Who I am

An advocate of complementary therapies, alongside traditional veterinary care, Elizabeth specialises in animal scanning and canine massage. She trained in animal scanning at the Hill Farm Research Organisation in Edinburgh, setting up her own practice in 1984 and has recently added Canine Massage Therapy to her portfolio, gaining a distinction in the ICAT (Institute of Complimentary Animal Therapies) Diploma. Many dog owners and vets now refer animals to her practice.


            
        

Elizabeth scans and massages dogs at her practice in Kent and will  travel within the South East.
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Brought up on a working farm in Kent, Elizabeth has been a livestock contractor for 25 years, she has a flock of 150 Romney breeding ewes and shepherds the care and management of 2,000 sheep on neighbouring farms. She trains her own dogs, and also trains flock owners in shepherding skills and sheepdog handling.
 
Sport & Remedial Massage
With a interest in animals' and peoples' holistic health, Elizabeth qualified as a Sports Injury Therapist in 1996. She recently upgraded her qualification level and offers remedial massage therapy to humans, whether they have a dog or not.