Dip your dachshund in today's side deal: for $15, you get a 30-minute dog swim at SpawZ Dog (a $35 value).
The North Seattle canine spa is the home of Seattle's one and only warm-water indoor pool exclusively for four-legged friends. During your dog's dip in SpawZ Dog’s 11’x18' pool, he or she will playfully tread against the current, working doggy muscles in a low-impact and aerobic exercise amid the soothing, 88-degree water. The pool contains a special (optional) underwater generator that creates a current for additional resistance to encourage muscle toning and weight loss, and the hydrostatic pressure helps to improve pain and swelling in arthritic or pain-prone beasts. The facility is fully equipped with fashionable swim vests for novice canine swimmers, and the pool is cleaned between every dog, with chemical levels kept within a safe range. Consult the SpawZ Dog website for further information, and call ahead to schedule an appointment.
SpawZ Dog reserves the right to refuse service to any animal based on behavior or other elements; in the case that a pet does not receive SpawZ Dog's approval, a full refund will be given.
- We have a Cairn Terrier who loves his visits at Spawz! He takes swim classes and loves the pool. – G Schumacher, Citysearch
- The swim therapists have been working with our dog in the swim pool and I want everyone to know what a fantastic job they do here. They truly have a passion for animals and I trust them 110%. – RTranstrom, Citysearch
- My dog has never been a huge swimmer, but man did he have fun in the pool with Emily!! 5 minutes in and he had the hang of it. – Dawn I., Yelp
Followed by his beagle buddy, a golden retriever clambers down a ramp and into an 11’x18’ heated pool, then swims away with a rope toy in his mouth as the beagle chases after him, barking all the way. It’s open swim at SpawZ Dog, where canines splash under the careful supervision of the doggy daycare’s licensed practitioners. Private pool-therapy sessions provide low-impact workouts that build strength and range of motion, benefiting dogs with arthritis, sore joints, and hip dysplasia. Elderly dogs enjoy “senior swim,” where they can paddle gently without contending with young pups cannonballing, while water-phobic dogs can stay secure by walking on an underwater treadmill.
Dogs signed up for daycare and boarding romp around a 3,750-square-foot indoor area, padded with half-inch-thick rubber non-slip safety flooring that’s easy on canine joints. An outdoor area provides space for dogs to duck into clubhouses or reenact scenes from Turner and Hooch in a toy car. Smaller pups can retreat to their own exclusive space, outfitted with a car-shaped bed and padded seating. At night, dogs bunk down in private areas with soft bedding, surroun
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