Swimming Paws Videos and Pictures

Swimming Paws members and their dogs having a great time, and what great exercise!

 

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Our next session of classes will begin the week of February 5th, 2018.

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Swimming Paws

Do to the OVERWHELMING Positive Response we are forced to stop taking anymore evaluations at this time. If you have already signed up or called YOU ARE STILL ON THE WAITLIST. The waitlist has grown to 2-3 months back log. We have only 4 evaluation/lesson slots available per week. The rest of our slots are filled with existing clientele of independent swimmers.  Please check back in the summer months to see if we have more slots available. Thank you for your interest and support.

The Swimming Paws is Getting Dogs Wet

Taking Reservations, Call
302-588-POOL (302-588-7665)
Check out the latest reasons and videos why dogs enjoy Swimming Paws!

The Swimming Paws Canine Swim Club is getting many breeds into the water, helping the dogs with cardiovascular conditioning and even conditioning their coat and skin. 

Call 302-588-7665 or fill out our online Sigh Up Form to schedule a swim evaluation, and Carrie will help teach your dog how much fun swimming can be!

Latest at the Academy

Our next session of classes will begin the week of February 5th, 2018.

Click Here to View the Class Schedule:

Obedience

Agility

Showing Handling/Conformation

Puppy Head Start

Focus on Practical Tricks Class

Canine Good Citizen

Canine Good Citizen Advanced

Nose Work Classes

We Need a Few Good People

The Academy needs a few well qualified people to aid in group instruction in Obedience, Agility and all other classes we provide.

WELL QUALIFIED MEANS: EXPERIENCE IN COMPETITION OBEDIENCE, CD AND CDX, ETC.RALLY OBEDIENCE, TREIBBALL, NOSEWORK, ANY OR ALL OF THE ABOVE, GREAT PEOPLE SKILLS, PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE A BIG PLUS ALL ACADEMY STAFF PERKS WILL BE PROVIDED- EG. FREE CLUB MEMBERSHIP, CLOTHING, SWIMMING, CLASSES PRE-APPROVED SEMINAR FEES IN RELATED CLASSES, TRAVEL COMPENSATION FOR CLASS TIME

Please call Carrie at 302-588-7665 for initial phone interview and possible meeting for further selection.

 

Swimming Paws - The Breeds That Swim and The Reasons to Swim

 

Linc, the Belgian Tervuren, and Lindsay

This three year old male dog swims to keep his hips and muscles strong. He hopes to return to the sport of agility.



Quina's three Maddie, Neal, Nathan

Three of eight. Quina's is an amazing person who rescues dogs. Many of these dogs come with a lot of issues. After Swimming her oldest for arthritis, and stiffness, she decided to add more. We now swim seven of eight.

 

Joan and Bailey the Black Labrador Retreiver

Bailey has gotten as many as five frisbees in her mouth at one time. She swims to stay strong after an ACL surgery. So far she has done very well and the other leg has stayed strong.




Eileen and Brenna the Irish Wolfhound

Brenna has never realized, she could probably touch the bottom of the pool. She is 4 years old and, so far, in very good shape. She swims to stay in good shape. She prefers to go down the ramp and up the stairs




Deanna and Annabelle the Pomerianian

This video is of AnnaBell once she no longer needed a life preserver.




Sami the Labradoodle

My fathers wonder dog, learning how to swim in my pool at home. Who's getting more exercise, me or her?


Casey, Dewey,Cricket

Three friends swimming together.


Adi the Malamute

Swims to stay healthy and burn off extra energy, that gets her in to trouble.


Sierra the Mastiff

Sierra is 9 years old and has arthritis. To keep her more mobile we swim her once a week. She is assisted by a life vest. She also wears an ear protector so she doesn't shake her head.


Satchel and Kaleigh, the Springer Spaniels

Swimming together as good house mates should.


Jewel the Boxer Mix

This very shy girl, has learned to swim like a pro. She love to swim for toys, and is very good at it!


Sophie the Party Poodle

 

Just learning to swim. She's a natural. This is the first time she jumps in on her own accord.


Rio and Houdini, the Whippets

Houdini helping Rio learn how to swim.  It's all fun at Swimming Paws!


Karen and Dakota, the Yellow Lab

Dakota swims for the fun of it. She loves her ball. She usually has lip stick on her head because her mom kisses he everyday.


Sophie, the Party Poodle

Sophie's first independent swim.

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