PET PARENTS FORMS

Paddling Weiner Dog

Aqua Therapy

One hour aquatic therapy sessions consist of a maximum of 55 minutes in the pool. Half hour sessions consist of a maximum of 25 minutes in the pool.

Factors that determine pool time include:

  • Arrival time
  • The time it takes to get your dog in the pool
  • Initial drying time
  • Pool cleanup between sessions

Do not feed your dog for at least 6 hours prior to your appointment or 10 to 12 hours if your dog has bowel control problems. You must let us know if your dog has bowel control problems.

Accidents in the pool are a very rare occurrence. In the event that a dog would have a bowel movement in the pool, a $150 charge may be assessed to partially cover the cost of cleanup. Session fees are non-refundable. If we know ahead of time your dog may have bowel control problems, we can take appropriate measures to prevent an accident in the pool.

Cancellation Policy

Should you need to change or cancel your appointment, please provide 24 hours of advanced notice. Otherwise, we reserve the right to charge your credit card for 50% of the services scheduled. If you do not call or show up for your appointment, you will be charged for the full amount of the session.

Payment Types

We accept all major credit cards, cash, and personal checks as forms of payment.

FORMS

Please download the files below in preparation of your dog’s first swim session.  Completed forms must be brought to the first appointment or delivered in advance.

The following forms are to be completed by the pet owner:

The following forms are to be given to your pet’s veterinarian for completion.

In addition to these completed documents, proof of all current vaccinations is required at the first appointment.

“Thank you so much to the Canine Aquatic Center for allowing Zoe to come and learn to swim at your facility!  We had so much fun.  I think we have finally found something that will wear her out!”

“Had lots of fun at the Canine Aquatic Center today.  Marley sustained an injury to her left rear leg as a puppy and has always had a limp and muscle wasting on that leg.  She got a nice massage and was slowly introduced to the water (which she hates) and ended up relaxing enough to almost go to sleep.  Grimm also came along for the ride and it turns out he’s a natural swimmer.  Go check them out.  The staff is awesome, and the facility is beautiful!  We’ll be going back!”

“Huge shout out to Canine Aquatic Center!  The girls had so much fun!  And Rye can swim.  This is a beautiful facility with an amazing staff and a great purpose!”

“Had top notch experience at the Canine Aquatic Center this afternoon!  The team did an amazing job with both my kiddos.”
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