An introduction to Shoreline Vet Physio and the new blog
Updated: Jan 25
So Shoreline Vet Physio has been running for well over a year now and I have had the pleasure of meeting so many lovely clients in this time, some of which may be reading this new blog! For those of you who aren't clients of mine, I thought I'd start with a little introduction of myself, my business and what this blog will be about.
I am Harley Debeuc, a 25-year-old animal mad country girl in Saltash, Cornwall. I have a 12 year-old Jack Russell x Shih Tzu called Charlie who is my baby and I abolsutely spoil him rotten. I also have an 8 year-old Cob gelding called Tinker who is my first horse and we have learnt an awful lot together in the 4 years I have had him.
Both of my fur babies have been my guinea pigs for all my physiotherapy practice throughout the last few years and even now when I get a new piece of equipment or learn a new trick! They also feature heavily in all of my demos and promotional posts so you may see a lot of them if you follow me on Facebook...
Which leads me onto my business, Shoreline Vet Physio. I graduated with a BSc Honors degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy back in 2019 after spending 4 amazing years at Harper Adams University. Not only did I get to spend my time learning all things physiotherapy but I also got to meet lifelong friends and study on a beautiful agricultural campus.
I then got started setting up Shoreline Vet Physio. It has been a slow and steady climb setting up a completely new business and gaining clients but I am getting there! Currently I am fully mobile as I don't have a premises of my own, however I am lucky enough to be able to run sessions at a local hydrotherapy centre. So I drive around each day, visiting dogs and horses and giving them full physiotherapy assessments and treatments, its not a bad life really.
The boring but important bit is that I am fully qualified, fully insured and I have enough relevant experience under my belt that I thought I would start wiring some blog posts on veterinary physiotherapy topics. I will be answering common questions that I often get asked by clients, as well as describing some of the problems I come across. The hope is that I can prevent any owners getting stressed when having to deal with a scary diagnosis, or wondering why their animal is doing something strange all of a sudden.
If this sounds interesting to you then check out our first topic/question...
"What is Veterinary Physiotherapy?"
Thanks for reading :)