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A Welcome to Blue Cat Equestrian: The Big 2021 Rebrand!

As of August 2021, Claire Martin Veterinary Physiotherapy will be rebranding to....

Since qualifying as a veterinary physiotherapist in the summer of 2019 I have built a small, successful business. Claire Martin Veterinary Physiotherapy has provided physiotherapy for a range of animals including horses, dogs and cats. However, over time I have found the the majority of my work has been with horses and I have also been getting more and more clients asking if I can teach them and/or ride their horses, so I decided it was time for a bit of a change.

The development of Blue Cat Equestrian started back in January and I am finally ready for the launch! The logo is finalised, business cards are printed, clothing is on its way and the website is ready to go.

So, I want to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to all my fanatic clients who have supported me over the last couple of years. I look forward to continuing to help you with your horses and ponies and hope to meet some new faces too!

I hope you are all having a fantastic summer with your horses and I will see you all soon (hopefully in my new blue uniform!!).

Claire :)

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