Fay Talbot

I am a Galen Canine Myotherapist, working in the Dorking area, giving dogs a helping hand to address existing mobility issues as well as preventing future degeneration.
Fay Talbot

I am a Galen Canine Myotherapist and Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, running a clinic in Dorking, Surrey, as well as a clinic in Bolney, Sussex and Wye, Kent. I am passionate about the rehabilitation of dogs, supporting acute and chronic musculoskeletal pain associated with arthritis, surgery, hip and elbow dysplasia, as well as keeping your working or competitive dogs at their peak fitness.

Dogs tend to hide their pain, often suffering in silence! Look for subtle changes in your dog’s mobility and behavioural patterns. When your dog is excited, adrenalin can temporarily mask whatever pain they have, so it is important to look for changes in mobility and behaviour when your dog is relaxed too. I've included lots of information around how I can help your dog, and feel free to contact me for an appointment or an informal chat about your dog’s issues.

More about me

In this short video, I explain more about who I am, and how I became a Galen Myotherapist. I'm always keen to share my story, and the many different reasons I have for doing what I do.

If you'd like to find out more about how I can help, then please follow this link, and feel free to contact me for an appointment or an informal chat about your dog’s issues.

Galen Myotherapy is a unique and highly specialised manual therapy and exercise management.

It uses appropriate, effective and targeted specialised massage techniques and exercise management to manage the chronic muscular pain and inflammation that is caused from many different conditions that are so common in a dog’s life.

My love of animals started at a very early age, when I became fascinated with horses and started to ride at the age of five. When I left school, I chose to go and work with horses, and opened up my own equestrian supply business.

Dogs too have always been part of my life too of course, and I have always been very drawn to the rehabilitation of animals.
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"Fay treated our beautiful Dalmatian DJ for muscle pain recently. He was slightly nervous in the beginning, but she was so kind and reassuring to him that he was all hers in no time. He understood that she was helping him, and became lovingly patient and obedient for her. She was gentle, kind and quiet with him and did a little more for him with each visit – there were three in total – and by the last, he knew exactly what she was doing and even offered her the place that was hurting. He loved the treatment and has benefited completely from it. He’s back to his old self again and we’re extremely grateful to Fay for her skill, experience and compassion with DJ."