Movement is vital for every animal. It strengthens muscles, increases range of motion, and moves important fluids in the body among a few benefits. But at times, movement on land is restricted due to injury, surgery, or age. Swim therapy offers non-weight bearing exercise allowing your dog to move in a low impact environment. Even dogs who can no longer walk, benefit greatly from being in the pool.
Each session of swim therapy is tailored to the dog’s specific needs — recovery from knee or back surgery, relief from arthritis due to previous injury, surgery, or age, and strength-building exercise for dogs who have lost muscle tone — under the guidance of a swim therapist.
You can book online at each site, requesting Gretchen as your massage therapist or work with one of the other amazing swim therapists — Cindy at Aqua Dog or J Linn or Leigh Anne at Splash Dog.
Services are offered by Triple Dog every Sunday and every other Wednesday.
$90 for 60 minute swim therapy session (includes massage/acupressure in the pool as needed) — paypal.me/tripledog
5 x 60 minute swim therapy session is $425 ($25 savings) — paypal.me/tripledog
$50 for 30 min swim therapy session (includes massage/acupressure in the pool as needed) — paypal.me/tripledog
5 x 30 minute swim therapy session is $225 ($25 savings) — paypal.me/tripledog
Please schedule online at Aqua Dog Spa or contact Triple Dog to schedule an appointment:
email@example.com or 206-755-3119G
You can pay via check, cash, or using our Pay Pal account — paypal.me/tripledog – at the time of service.
Gretchen works as an independent contractor at Splash Dog and is on the schedule for Saturday afternoons/evenings and Monday afternoons/evenings.
Pricing/Services – Please check the Splash Dog Spa pricing page for services and costs.
Please schedule online at Splash Dog Spa or contact Triple Dog to schedule an appointment —
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-755-3119
Payment is made at time of service at the Splash Dog pool.
- Builds muscle mass and tone
- Reduces pain and swelling
- Builds endurance and cardiovascular conditioning
- Provides no-impact, non-weight-bearing exercise
- Improves circulation
- Provides exercise for pre or post-surgery
- Helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness
- Provides greater joint flexibility and increases range of motion
- Improves proprioception
- Builds confidence