Contact Us

We will collect some information from you and send for a referral form to be completed by your Vet. This hassle free service makes it quick and easy to book your dog in for treatment. Once your Vet has returned a completed form, we will contact you and book you in for your initial assessment.

If you believe your dog is in need of Hydrotherapy, or your vet has recommended treatment, first thing you need to do is contact us.

You can contact us in the following ways:

Call: 01635 521915
Email: info@ActNow-Newbury.co.uk


Or you can arrange for the appropriate referral form to be completed and returned to us.





Veterinary Referral Form - Hydrotherapy, Physiotherapy & Acupuncture

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Vetinary Referral Form - Digital Infrared Thermographic Imaging

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Appointments

Opening Hours:

Day
Treament
First Session
Last Session

Monday
Digital Thermal Infrared Imaging
Hydrotherapy
Home Physiotherapy Appointments
10:00
17:00
17:00
16:00
19:00
19:00
Tuesday
Hydrotherapy
10:00
19:00
Wednesday
Hydrotherapy
Home Physiotherapy Appointments
10:00
17:00
19:00
19:00
Thursday
Hydrotherapy
Home Physiotherapy Appointments
10:00
09:00
19:00
17:00
Friday
Home Physiotherapy Appointments
9:00
17:00



Find us

Aquatic Canine Therapy (ACT), 214 Newtown Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG14 7ED

If you believe your dog is in need of Hydrotherapy, or your Vet has recommended treatment, first thing you need to do is call us on 01635 521915 or send us an email at info@ActNow-Newbury.co.uk

Canine Hydrotherapy
Dog Hydrotherapy
Canine hydrotherapy is a great way to exercise your dog's muscles without putting too much weight on their joints.
Pre & post op
Pre and post-operative conditioning
It is significantly important to strengthen muscles before an operation to prevent problems occurring after.
Arthritis
Arthritis
A conditions effecting the nerves and joints, just as common and painful in dogs as in humans.
Spinal injuries
Spinal injuries
Our team specialise in treating both short and long term spinal injuries, causing pain and difficulty in movement.