Jools Howe Veterinary Physiotherapy

  • Helping to keep them active, for longer.

  • Feline friendly services

  • Wildlife rehabilitation

    Veterinary physiotherapy uses science-based therapies to support and enhance the body’s natural healing phases, reduce pain and improve mobility and function. So, whether your dog requires post-operative rehabilitation to get them back on four feet, or needs extra support as they get older, physiotherapy can help.

    Animal physiotherapy in the comfort of your own home

    Physiotherapy can be beneficial in the treatment of a range of conditions including:

    Sessions last 1 hour and cost £40 per treatment (+ travel if outside of Swindon and surrounding villages).

    Each session includes a thorough assessment and treatment, together with an individually tailored rehabilitation exercise plan for owners to continue at home between sessions.

    Discounts may be given for multi-dog treatments at the same home or for block bookings. As per the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, a veterinary referral will be required prior to the treatment of your pet which can be organised at the time of booking.

    Click here to download the referral form.

    Our physiotherapy services include caring for our canine companions,

    offering feline-friendly treatment options and rehabilitation services for wildlife

    Our physiotherapy services include caring for our canine companions, offering feline-friendly treatment options and rehabilitation services for wildlife



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    About Me

    Hi, I’m Jools.

    I grew up knowing I wanted to work with animals and always had a real passion for animal welfare. Since finishing college in 2007, I have worked in rehoming, canine behaviour & training and went on to qualify as a Veterinary Nurse and Small Animal Hydrotherapist.

    It was during my career as a veterinary nurse that I found my passion for rehabilitation. Following the competition of my Level 3 Diploma in Small Animal Hydrotherapy in 2015, I went on to work with an amazing team at a busy veterinary specialist centre in Queensland, Australia, as their hydrotherapist and physiotherapy assistant.

    This fed my passion further, and after living overseas for 6 years, I returned to the UK (with my husband, child and 4 pets in tow) in order to complete a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Physiotherapy, graduating in 2020 with a First Class Honours and was honoured to be awarded Student of the Year.

    Now well and truly settled on UK soil, I am equipped with knowledge, experience and a passion for providing a service which helps our furry friends. I’m a member of The Institute of Registered Veterinary & Animal Physiotherapists (IRVAP) and have a special interest in canine orthopaedic and post-operative rehabilitation.