Hard to believe my dog was afraid to swim. I mean he’s a Duck toller for Pete sake. But he was and I didn’t know what to do. Then Someone gave me a card for the WaterWorkz Paw Spa Warm Water Wellness Center. I have to be honest, I had my doubts that taking my dog for swimming lessons would work.
I was wrong. Boy was I ever. One session with Tanya and my dog jumped in the water at our park the the very next week! I was totally shocked! And very very happy! I couldn’t have done it with out her. Without any hesitation I would recommend Tanya & the WaterWorkz Paw Spa Warm Water Wellness Center to anyone who might need help with their best friend.
Roger S. Russell
Directors Guild of Canada Member
Just thought I’d pass along a bit of an update on maggie. She’s doing pretty good, not getting sore that much anymore, but still chewing her leg (although she started chewing her other knee this week, not sure what that’s all about!). Her progress with the water has been amazing! I’ve been taking her to the Coquitlam river a few times a week, and one day she just decided to walk through one of the small offshoot streams to check out the other side! she hasn’t looked back since 🙂
She still won’t go in off of an edge into water, but if it slopes in she’ll walk in no problem!
I’ve attached a photo from today, and a short video clip. I can’t wait to get maggie back swimming at your pool!
Good Morning Tanya,
I have to tell you, I took Luka to the off leash area at Jericho beach – he DID NOT HESITATE to walk into the surf, unprompted and when I threw a stick he confidently walked into the water and as he lost footing, just swamp his way happily to the stick. We had a great time so I hope he will show you his new found swim confidence when we see you next.