Meet The Team
Natasha De Kauwe BA(Hons) Cert HSA, RCH
Natasha De Kauwe is the owner, director and lead hydrotherapist at House of Hydro.
She is passionate about Canine Hydrotherapy and the benefits and results it can achieve.
Natasha believes in allowing the dogs in her care to make their own choices at their own pace. She is committed to enriching a dog’s life by building trust, which in turn allows her and her team to carry out the rehabilitation the dog needs in a kind, caring and relaxed manner.
Natasha qualified as a canine hydrotherapist in 2016. She has since gained her work experience in other hydrotherapy centres before embarking on a journey to open up her own business in 2019. Prior to that Natasha was a regional Human Resource Business Partner, overseeing and supporting many employees.
Having grown up in West London and subsequently worked there, Natasha relocated to Bedfordshire in 2002 with her husband, daughter and much adored moggy; since then a son and two dogs have joined the family.
In her spare time Natasha enjoys relaxing at home with her family and indulging in every whim of her two dogs.
Charlotte Wood Dip, OND
Charlotte loves working at House of Hydro and meeting all our amazing clients and helping them achieve the most they can in each session with us.
Charlotte is currently studying for her Level 3 Canine Hydrotherapist qualification with K9HS. Along with Natasha, Charlotte aims to enrich the life of every dog who walks through our doors and enjoys seeing the improvement in all the clients, knowing that House of Hydro brightens the day of both the dogs and their owners !
Charlotte has always had a passion for dogs and animals and has a chocolate labrador at home called Cracker, who is currently 13.5yrs old. In her spare time Charlotte also enjoys her other passion of music, singing is something she has done her whole life. She also enjoys watching tv dramas with her family.
Charlotte looks forward to meeting you soon !
Caitlin joined House of Hydro in October 2019 on a work experience program whilst studying for her A’levels.
In her spare time she likes to read, watch Netflix and spend time with the family pets.
Caitlin has a relaxed nature and calmness about her and is very in tune with our more sensitive dogs. Caitlin is committed to studying to be a veterinary nurse and has been offered a place at Harpbury University in September 2020.