Local Business Celebrating Ten Years of Helping Canine Companions
Edmonds, Washington – February 1, 2015
Edmonds own SplashDog Canine Well-Being Center exemplifies the bond people have with their dogs in the twenty first century. This women owned small business opened it’s doors in 2005 with a dream of helping injured and ageing dogs by reducing their pain and increasing their mobility and giving them an emotional boost. With a 3000 gallon, warm water, indoor swimming pool and a small staff of licensed small animal massage practitioners, SAMP’s, SplashDog took a leap of faith and opened for business.
One client that has been bringing her dog, Aaron, an Australian Shepherd, to SplashDog since they opened recently commented, “I love SplashDog. I think everyone should bring their dogs in to swim. It saves a lot of money in injury repairs and rehabilitation over the dog’s life”.
Celebrating their tenth anniversary, co-owners, Leigh Anne Hardy and J Linn Henline, have continued to focus on the health and well-being of each individual dog. Hardy and Henline have added services such as acupressure, core conditioning with FitPAWS® equipment, Reiki and Veterinary acupuncture. Over the years SplashDog has built relationships with many of the local Vet’s who often refer their patients.
SplashDog’s tenth anniversary year is full of excitement as the team prepares for an expansion and the big Seattle Pet Expo in April. Summed up best by co-owner, Leigh Anne Hardy, “We treat every dog that comes through our door as our own family member”.