Beatrice has a bone or two to pick

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Countryfile -

A for­mer North School farm man­ager has taken on a new role. Beatrice Boyle is now work­ing as a McTi­money An­i­mal As­so­ci­a­tion prac­ti­tioner.

Beatrice, from Ash­ford, now spends her time treat­ing mus­cu­loskele­tal prob­lems in horses, dogs and farm an­i­mals across Kent, Sur­rey, Sus­sex.

The McTi­money tech­nique in­volves a holis­tic, re­bal­anc­ing of the skele­tal sys­tem, and is very ef­fec­tive for an­i­mals that are stiff or sore.

Beatrice has spent many years study­ing to se­cure the McTi­money qual­i­fi­ca­tion.

Her typ­i­cal day now in­volves vis­it­ing sta­bles and homes and treat­ing a va­ri­ety of an­i­mals – in­clud­ing point-to-point and com­pe­ti­tion horses.

She said: “My clients range from horses to Crufts dogs, house pets and cat­tle. Ev­ery day is busy.”

Beatrice was pre­vi­ously the farm man­ager at the North School, where she taught GCSE and post-16 cour­ses, ran the Young Farm­ers’ club, set up the eques­trian unit and man­aged the work­ing live­stock unit.

For more in­for­ma­tion on the ser­vice call her on 01303 813767 or 07947279396, email bs­boyle@ bt­in­ter­net or visit http:// an­i­malm­c­ti­moneykent.wee­bly. com/

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