Team Wet Dog
because a tired (and wet) dog is a happy dog
Join us for some recreational fun swimming time with your pet. This is also a good way to introduce your pet to water in a safe and controlled manner. These are non-therapeutic sessions in our pool where your pet will be free to swim on their own or with one of our rehab team members. Make it a play date with up to three dog friends in the pool at a time. Swim times are scheduled outside of rehab operating hours and booked at specific times. Pets must be deemed fit to swim by your veterinarian, be up to date on vaccinations, and have no underlying health issues that may put them at risk for illness or injury while using the indoor pool.
The pool will be reserved for just your dog, or make it a play date!
Initial Swim (includes fit-to-swim assessment and intro to the pool 45 min.) $52 + HST
Single Swim Session (30 min.) $40 + HST
4 Swim Sessions (30 min.) $152 + HST (save $8)
8 Swim Sessions (30 min.) $288 + HST (save $32)
Prices include one dog or share the session with another dog friend and split the cost. Want to add a third? Add $10 per session (max three dogs in the pool).
Fit to Swim Initial Assessment
Initial visit (45 min) includes a Fit to Swim assessment and an introduction to the pool with our rehab team to make sure your pet is comfortable in the pool and becomes familiar with entering and exiting safely. Once complete, they are free to swim!
Prepare to get splashed and wear clean, non-slip footwear
Bring your own pet life-jacket or use one of ours for free
If your pet is comfortable in the water after swimming with the life jacket, it can then be removed if desired to enjoy free swimming. A rehab member will always be present to assist
Please bring your own towel. Clean water toys are allowed. We also have some for purchase at our CAPS boutique (debit and credit card transactions only)
Pets must be clean and all efforts must be made for them to have passed urine and stool prior to swimming (we have a Code Brown policy on our waiver for hygenic reasons).
Team Wet Dog Fit to Swim form below (please have your regular veterinarian sign)