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Nose To Tail

Alnorthumbria Vets Present ‘Nose To Tail’ 

An evening of basic orthopaedics and pawsitive exercise.

With guest speaker Chartered Veterinary Physiotherapist Hazel Potter and special guest barker Tilly the Terrier!

This July we have a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more from our veterinary team about joint and muscle problems in dogs and cats, as well as hands on practical knowledge from guest speaker Hazel Potter, our resident physiotherapist. 

The interactive seminar will feature information on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as hip and elbow dysplasia and osteoarthritis. 

Chartered physiotherapist Hazel Potter will then go on to discuss therapies you can use to keep your pet in top condition, and how physiotherapy can aid potentially debilitating conditions of the joints, muscles and spine.

The seminar will also include a practical demonstration on how to keep your canine athlete at peak fitness, ideal for those with working dogs, agility dogs and flyball dogs. You will learn the safe ways to warm up/cool down your dog and how using simple exercises can have a positive impact on performance and long-term joint care. 

We hope this seminar will provide everyone with a better understanding of common orthopedic conditions as well as a fascinating new way to look at keeping your dog in peak physical condition using techniques demonstrated by Hazel and her team of dogs. 

The evening will take place at The Pegasus Centre in Tranwell, just outside Morpeth on Wednesday 1st July. Arrival 6.15pm-6.30pm for a 6.45pm start.
Refreshments will be available. There will also be a raffle in aid of The Riding for the Disabled. 

To book your free place call any of our surgeries or email

Places are limited.

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