Completely K9 - Hydrotherapy & Rehabilitation
Meet the team

Jim Yarmouth
Jim qualified as a canine hydrotherapist in September 2009  He became interested in hydrotherapy when his Rottweiler was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at the age of 5.  
Having always lived with dogs and having volunteered as a dog training instructor for several years it seemed like the perfect career change for him.
Jim continues to study and is currently completing a course on canine nutrition. He shares his home with 3 Weimaraners and enjoys and scent with them.

Dale Walter
Dale has grown up around dogs and currently has 3 of his own.  Kali,   Rolo a rescue mastiff cross and Paddy, a mad little spaniel.
Dale came to Completely K9 on a work placement from the job centre, having struggled to find a job.  He stayed, won Apprentice of the Year with not only Castle Point Council but the College of Animal Welfare and now works full time at the centre.
He qualified as a canine hydrotherapist in June 2015 and still loves his job.

Daniel Gray
Dan joined the team in November 2016 as an apprentice and is learning hands on at the centre as well as completing his Animal Care Level 2.

Jo Crosby-Deakin
Jo trained as a canine hydrotherapist in September 2009 but rarely goes in the pool anymore. Instead, you can usually find her behind the desk or behind the scenes with all the boring stuff it takes for the centre to run smoothly.
1 Tavistock House
Charfleets Road
Canvey Island
We are located just behind Camping & General on Charfleets Industrial Estate.


Tuesday 12pm - 8pm
Wednesday 9am - 3pm
Thursday 12pm - 8pm
Friday 8am - 6pm
Sat: 8am - 5pm
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