Completely K9 - Hydrotherapy & Rehabilitation
Team Biographies

Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.

Jo Crosby-Deakin - RCH
Jo Crosby-Deakin - RCH
Jo has worked with dogs for over 26 years and has run a successful dog training and behaviour business.
In 2007 after her Rotweiller was diagnosed with bilateral Hip Dysplasia, it became all important to learn about treatments and care available for him so in 2009 she undertook her training and has been a Registered Canine Hydrotherapist ever since.
Jim Yarmouth - RCH
Jim Yarmouth - RCH
Jim carried out his hydrotherapy trainng in 2009 but had a dream to build the best canine hydrotherapy center in Essex, he wanted space and light and easy access for clients and dogs so it wasn't until 2012 that Completely K9 finally opened it's doors. He isn't in the pool as much these days but is still a large part of the business and staff training.
Izzie Hirst -RCH
Izzie Hirst -RCH
Izzie joined the team last September and has been a real asset. She trained with K9HS in 2016 and has been in practice ever since.
She has been involved with dogs all her life and her career path has followed suit. Izzie runs her own dog training business, shows and works her Clumber Spaniels in the field.
Daniel Gray - RCH
Daniel Gray - RCH
Dan joined us as an apprentice in 2016 and last year completed his hydrotherapy training with Greyfriars Training Center.
Dan is passionate about the dogs in his care and works hard to ensure their rehab is as smooth as can be.

Photo Courtesy of Trixe Ashby Photography
Chloe West - Apprentice
Chloe West - Apprentice
Chloe joined the team last summer and has worked hard to complete her studies and learn all the skills in the pool that are required of a competent and capable hydrotherapist.
Sophie Peddar - Apprentice
Sophie Peddar - Apprentice
Sophie joined us last year and has been completing her studies at Writtle College. Sophie is always bubbly and enthusistic and has worked hard to progress.

Photo Courtesy of Trixe Ashby Pet Photography
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