25 Feb2018March 12, 2018
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Why Learn to Give Your Dog a Relaxation Massage

Why Learn to Give Your Dog a Relaxation Massage

Why Learn to Give Your Dog a Relaxation Massage? … a massage is much more than just “petting your dog.”
“Petting” is done unconsciously …. “massage” is done with “focus” on what you are doing … what you are hoping "not to find" on your dog: hot or cold areas on your pet, bumps, lumps, tight muscles, etc.

04 Jan2018April 12, 2018
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Pet First Aid & CPR Workshop – including Safety and Health Course

Pet First Aid & CPR Workshop – including Safety and Health Course

Learn how to respond to health emergencies and provide basic first aid for the four-legged members of your family. Practice and preparation will help you be calm and effective in an emergency, protecting you and your animal from further injury or suffering....

31 Dec2017March 12, 2018
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What to do if your pet has ingested a toxin

Be sure to have all information ready for your veterinarian, including the type of toxin (it is helpful to bring the toxin’s container along) and your pet’s basic information (breed, weight, etc.).  It is also helpful to collect anything that your pet may have chewed or vomited in a sealable plastic bag. Contact your Veterinarian...

21 Nov2017March 12, 2018
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IS SWIMMING THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR DOG?

IS SWIMMING THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR DOG?

Swimming is the perfect activity for all dogs young or old. It provides a non-weight bearing activity that avoids all the stresses and strains of exercising on hard ground.
The swimming action benefits the dog's heart and lungs because the weight of the water requires your dog to put forth more effort to breathe. Swimming will also strengthen your dog’s muscles without risking further injury.

28 Jun2017March 12, 2018
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Now That Your Dog Is A Client

Now That Your Dog Is A Client

Now That Your Dog Is A Client: After your dog has been placed into one of my Categories of Care: Please also review Pool Policy Rules and Regulations and First Visit Reminders. Cancellation Policy: I require 24-hour cancellation notice or you will be charged for the swim session. Start times:  All swim sessions start on...

19 Jun2017March 12, 2018
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First Visit Reminders or What to Expect At Your Dog First Swim

First Visit Reminders or What to Expect At Your Dog First Swim

First Visit RemindersHere are a few things to keep in mind for your dog’s first (Assessment) swim Do not feed your dog for at least 4 – 6 hours before a swim. Expect that if your dog has never been “swimming” before, s/he may be nervous. I encourage you to ask questions during the swim....