Animal Therapy Magazine

Animal Therapy Magazine was born in 2015 and created by professional animal therapists working in the field day to day.

Whilst there are internal membership publications the ATM team felt there wasn’t really a publication dedicated to treating animals with therapeutic techniques that was available to professionals and owners at all levels.

The content aims to provide education to anyone working with animals whether that be vets, therapists, trainers, behaviourists, competitors and of course the dedicated pet owner who wants to do everything they can to keep their beloved friend as happy, healthy and comfortable as possible.

ATM releases issues 4 times a year. Their content comes from people working in the field giving us fantastic, current case studies as well as covering topics and solutions that crop up in their day to day working.  We keep a breadth of new and emerging products including nutrition and techniques as well as evolving research and from existing products.

The animal therapy industry is constantly growing and continuous education is paramount.  As such we have partnered with some fantastic associations, CPD events, conferences and webinars to help guide people to top quality speakers and research.

ATM invites anyone working within animal therapy to get in touch if they have content they would like to share. However, the therapies must be recognised by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, have full and accredited training. Practitioners must work alongside vets / under veterinary referral and they must hold professional insurance.

ATM prides itself in being neutral across recognised therapies and supportive to those people who have great information to share but not yet the confidence  in their ability to communicate it.

The magazines are available to view through our website and subscriptions are just £10 per year.  Please visit our website www.animaltherapymedia.co.uk

For any content requests please contact hannah@animaltherapymedia.co.uk; for all advertising enquiries please contact Beth at info@animaltherapymedia.co.uk