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Our Team


OwnerLead Hydrotherapist

Amy's passion and love for dogs was her main inspiration for pursuing and qualifying as a Level 3 Small Animal Hydrotherapist in 2011. Just 1 year later in 2012, H2O Canine Therapy Ltd opened its doors!

In 2015 Amy trained in Advanced Treadmill techniques with Hawksmoor Hydrotherapy Training Centre in Nuneton.

Since then, Amy has treated many paws and built strong professional relationships with local veterinary professionals. To continue her education, Amy gained her Level 5 Diploma in Advanced Hydrotherapy, involving advanced techniques in both the pool and treadmill.

Most recently in February 2024, Amy was nominated and short-listed for Animal Therapist of the year at the Animal Star Awards.

As always, her dogs, Victor and Daphne are always on hand to welcome you all at your appointments!

Callie's passion for animal welfare and rehabilitation really began when her own dogs were diagnosed with life changing conditions and she wanted to explore different routes to improve their quality of life!


Whilst completing her equine studies at Hartpury College, she picked up a keen interest for canine hydrotherapy at the centre that they had on site! This led her to pursue a BSc (Hons) degree in Animal Therapy and Rehabilitation, graduating in 2020. Callie studied her Level 3 Diploma in Small Animal Hydrotherapy with Advanced Treadmill Techniques, qualifying in mid 2022.


In September 2023, Callie joined the H2O team! Her rescue dog Elsa is often there to greet you at your sessions!


Currently, Callie is studying her Masters degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy at the University of Nottingham whilst working here at H2O.




Jemma found her love of animals at an early age, spending much of her childhood either at the stables or with the beloved family dogs. At college, she gained various equine qualifications before turning her passion into a career, always with a faithful Labrador at her side.


In the early 2000s, Jemma qualified as an Equine Veterinary Nurse. She quickly rose to head nurse at her first practice in County Durham before moving to the South West.


In 2016, Jemma started her own business caring for horses, dogs, cats, and all manner of other creatures on four legs.


Following successful hydrotherapy treatment for her own dog Sam, Jemma's interest in Hydrotherapy began. After much study and while juggling family and her animal care business, Jemma qualified in early 2024 with a Level 3 Diploma in Small Animal Hydrotherapy and joined the H2O team.



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