A dog may be man's best friend, but before he can be best man at a wedding, he must learn to stop slobbering on children and giving toasts that are nothing but barks. Teach your dog new tricks with today's Groupon to SpawZ Dog. Choose between the following options:
• For $20, you get one 30-minute private water therapy doggie swim session (a $45 value).
• For $90, you get a five-pack of 30-minute private water therapy doggie swim sessions (a $200 value).
SpawZ Dog’s warm-water indoor pool helps four-legged friends add paddling to their ball-catching, newspaper-fetching repertoires. During dips in the 11’x18' pool, canines playfully tread against the current, burning off excess energy and unsightly biscuit bellies with low-impact aerobic exercise. As hearts thump and tails wag in the 88–92 degree water, a swim coach will swim alongside Fidos, stretching and massaging doggy muscles to increase their range of motion. Pooch parents can also ask a staffer switch on an underwater current generator, which adds sinew-sculpting resistance for canine bodybuilders and pain-easing hydrostatic pressure for beasts with arthritis, hip dysplasia, and other medical conditions. 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.
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.
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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