I have been passionate about animals all my life and I have been lucky enough to be the adopted guardian of two rescue dogs who have given me so much joy and companionship. I have dedicated my career towards helping those animals that share our lives as I understand the value that they give us every day. I am not only here to help heal your pet but to also support you during these unusually difficult times.

I have been fortunate enough to have received some of the best training in complimentary animal welfare in the country. I have studied with The College of Animal Physiotherapy, whose courses have been accredited with the British Veterinary Nursing Association, in Canine Sports Massage.

In addition, I have had the privilege to study with Elizabeth Whiter who’s pioneering school is the first of its kind to train students in holistic animal healing specializing in relaxation techniques, nutrition and natural remedies.

I am a member of the International Association of Animal Therapists and the Healing Animals Organisation and you can find me listed as a recognised practitioner on their websites.

My spare time is spent volunteering with DOG Rescue Cyrpus who receives my services free of charge so that the animals in their care are given the best opportunity of a new life. If you are thinking of getting a new member to your family, please check this organisation out as they have a wide variety of dogs waiting for a new loving home.