Other Canine Trainings Completed

Sarah has undertaken training developed by MJ First Aid Training and is a Canine First Responder meaning she can attend to a dog in distress (with the owner’s consent) to offer emergency first aid whilst awaiting the arrival of veterinary assistance or prior to getting an injured dog to a suitable veterinary surgery.

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Sarah has a passion for her work and strongly believes if her canine clients are to continue to receive the best possible care then updating and growing her own knowledge base is essential. As such she believes that her skill set should be regularly reviewed and enhanced as new advancements are made in canine health and welfare.

Continued Professional Development (CPD) courses and workshops attended since her qualification in Canine Therapeutic Massage include:

With The Canine Massage Therapy Centre

  • Ventral Aspect
  • Lymphatic Drainage for dogs
  • Stretch and Flex – importance of stretching
  • Skills review days – techniques and application

With Xtra Dog

  • Introduction to Tellington TTouch

With Upledger Institute UK

  • CranioSacral Therapy for Small Animals


  • Dr Christine Zink – Canine Health ‘Coaching the Canine Athlete’
  • Fitzpatrick Referrals – FORWARD (Fitzpatrick’s Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation for Working Agility & Recreational dogs) Symposium
  • Rachel Windsor-Knott – Zoopharmacognosy practical workshop – looking at an animals innate ability to self-medicate by selecting natural plants, herbs and essential oils