Devoted therapy and care for your best friends
Just like people, our animal companions are complex and sophisticated individuals. They need all their physical and mental systems operating in harmony to enjoy optimum health, performance, happiness and quality of life.
With a holistic and natural approach to health and wellbeing, Pet Nurture’s mission is to empower you to bond more closely with your pet and give them all they need to feel, look and perform at their best.
Through our specialist Canine & Feline Myofunctional Therapies and range of home pet care services, we help your pets feel better, recover faster, get stronger, live longer and be happier. And because our service is mobile, your pet is cared for in familiar surroundings, in the comfort and privacy of your home.
Highly experienced and qualified, Pet Nurture can help treat musculoskeletal problems and specific health issues like muscle tightness, strains, spasms, relief pain and aid rehabilitation as well as assist with enhancing wellbeing, performance, flexibility and relaxation. Read more >
Take your DOG to WORK DAY should not be a yearly occasion, however for most employees and business owners it is. Few days ago, we got asked by a loving and worried dog owner, how long is too long to leave my dog alone and what would we recommend...read more
The foundation of your dog’s good health lies in nutritionally balanced - species appropriate diet, regular exercise, weight control, good genes and a stress-free environment. While conventional veterinary medicine is used to treat the physical...read more
We've all had a dog requiring bed or crate rest after an injury or surgery. Keeping your dog calm post-surgical procedure can be equally challenging for owner and pet! Melina Grin shares her expertise on how to help your dogs make a speedy recovery...read more
Introducing a new CAT or DOG to your pet resident can be rewarding, puzzling, exciting and frightening concurrently. No matter what your pet’s temperament, modest steps can make the introduction calmer and in turn pleasant for the entire family....read more
Are you still scratching your head and wondering how to encourage your cat to claw at their pole? Use our simple tips to train your cat to scratch their post instead of your furniture: Cats like to stretch and scratch after they wake up, try...read more