Blue Mountains Animal Rehabilitation Centre is owned and operated by Jennifer Frost.
Jennie originally started her career with a BSc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Administration from the University of Bristol (UK) in 2007. After graduating she went on to work at several small animal practices in the south west of England and spent several years working at a dedicated orthopaedic centre where she was first introduced to hydrotherapy. During this time she studied and gained a post graduate certificate in Companion Animal Behaviour and carried out regular behavioural consultations by veterinary referral.
Following a trip to Australia in 2011 she returned to veterinary practice as a practice manager and successfully ran a small animal practice in the south west. Missing the hands on contact she decided to undergo further training in Hydrotherapy and Rehabilitation and completed a Certificate and Advanced Diploma in Hydrotherapy at Hawksmoor Hydrotherapy Centre.
Following this she set up and ran a very successful hydrotherapy centre in the UK alongside an existing veterinary practice. However, the draw of life on the other side of the world was too strong and in 2017 she emigrated permanently to Australia with her husband and young son, settling in the Blue Mountains.
Jennie has always been dedicated to the veterinary field and the care of animals and is extremely passionate about the benefits offered by hydrotherapy and hands-on rehabilitation. Aiding a patient's recovery and adding years to an animals life is a truly wonderful gift that she loves sharing.
BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing & Practice Administration - University of Bristol
Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate - Univeristy of Bristol
Post Graduate NCertificate Companion Animal Behaviour - ESPVS
Certificate in Advanced Nutrition
Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy
Advanced Diploma Canine Hydrotherapy (Advanced Treadmill)
Certificate in RAW feeding and diet composition
Jennie has also completed further training in agility instruction, canine kinesiology (rock) taping, massage and physical therapy (including laser therapy).