The Total Dog is an aquatic center just for dogs. Specializes in swimming, fitness and injury recovery. At The Total Dog, we emphasize “a body in motion, stays in motion” and we offer a support system for overall fitness. Our focus and specialty is water-work, however we have vast resources for optimal canine health, whether at The Total Dog or elsewhere. We consider The Total Dog a wellness center for your dog’s body, mind and spirit.
Evidence of the many health benefits of warm water therapy is growing, and there is no substitute for a proper exercise program. Our mission is to provide a professional, safe and dog friendly environment with services catered toward your dog’s need for optimal wellness. We strive to provide a professional as well as friendly environment, and truly appreciate each and every person who has chosen The Total Dog for their pet’s fitness and injury recovery needs.
Whether the goal for your beloved pet is to maintain optimal physical and psychological health, manage body condition (gain or lose weight) or help prevent injuries or recover post surgically, we can help you to incorporate an exercise program for The Total Dog.
Our services are an ideal support system for your dog’s general well-being or health challenge. For injured, ill or weight-challenged pets, we work closely with you and your veterinarian (as indicated), to put together a program that will meet your dog’s potential for optimal mental and physical soundness.
Plus we offer “swim lessons” and “pool safety” to ensure your dog will be a safe and happy swim star. We also offer “meet-up” and group lesson opportunities – as well as local house-calls.
Owned and operated by veterinary professionals since 2009, The Total Dog offers swimming, underwater treadmill work, exercise, massage, behavior and nutrition guidance, pet owner education, in-home pet care and swim instruction, limited day-care, home boarding, pet-sitting as well as networking with fellow dog owners, pet professionals and veterinarians.
Water activities should be approved by your veterinarian and then carefully performed and monitored by trained personnel. If you are not completely satisfied with the care you or your dog has received, please let know.