July 2021 Update
Its been a while since I updated everyone on here. As announced previously I opened up in April for essential cases.
I am now open for business as usual.
I am currently travelling to clients home's and plan to continue to work outside as much as possible and indoors with doors/windows open when the weather dictates us to do so. I am still asking for face coverings to be worn during appointments.
I hope to have news of premises by the end of the year or hopefully before then.
Following the government update at the end of February, the stay at home restriction still applies.
Dates cannot be determined for now but the plan may be to start seeing essential cases in April. Depending on the restrictions in place these may occur in my garden rather than me visiting you and it may be that we apply a drop off/pick up type appointment where you are not present for the full hour.
Please can all current clients drop me a message with an update on how your dog is doing at the moment and to discuss this further. If I don't hear from you, I will be in touch over the coming weeks to determine a priority list.
For new clients, if you would like support or to discuss your dog's needs then please don't hesitate to contact me. I will not be able to take on any new clients for a while until I have made sure all current clients are up to date. However, if you make contact then I can place you on a list of priority also.
Stay safe and well. I'm crossing all fingers in the hope that I see you all soon.
Temporarily closed once again - January 2021.
If you are interested in your dog coming for clinical canine massage then please drop me an email to discuss. I can make sure everything is in place for when I can start work again and give you some guidance on what you can be doing to support your dog in the meantime.
If you are a regular client and need some help them please contact me. I am available for online chats to support your dog until I am open again.
Stay safe and well x
East Lothian Clinical Canine Massage Centre is very slowly beginning to re-open for appointments.
Initially these will be set aside for urgent cases and following government guidelines.
There have been a number of changes to the way I am working due to COVID-19.
I have completed 2 webinars from the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) as well as a webinar from the RCVS to make sure that both myself and my clients stay safe.
When booking an appointment you will be sent a list of guidelines that must be strictly adhered to or the appointment will be cancelled. This is to protect you, me and others that attend appointments.