Swimming

DOG SWIMMING

LAST ONE IN IS STILL A LUCKY DOG!

Olde Towne Pet Resort's indoor lap pool is perfect for swimming dogs and dogs needing exercise in Sterling and Springfield VirginiaOlde Towne Pet Resort boasts a four-foot deep, 20-foot long indoor heated lap pool for movement therapy, exercise, and for fun and games. Water-loving dogs and dogs with excess energy benefit as well as dogs needing rehabilitation from injury or surgery and dogs suffering from limited mobility, pain, or age-related physical restrictions.

PETS MAY WEAR LIFE JACKETS

Your dog’s attendant guides your pet into the pool on a
ramp. The water is ionized so that any harsh
chemicals are minimal in order to not dry out your dog’s skin and coat. After swimming with your dog, the attendant brushes out and dries your dog’s coat.

WATCH ONCE RELUCTANT DOGS TRANSFORM INTO WATER DOGS!

All breeds of dogs swim here, from Miniature Poodles to English Bull Dogs to Labradors! We welcome owners to watch their pets, but we cannot allow them to swim.

VIEW LIVE PETCAMS OF OUR POOLS

Want to enjoy all the canine splishin’ and a splashin’ from the comfort of your home or office? Simply click here to view our live Dulles pool PetCam or click here to view the pool PetCams at Springfield.

Hydro Therapy


Is your dog suffering from arthritis or joint pain? Is your beloved pooch limping or having difficulty moving? If so, Hydrotherapy Swimming could be the answer to a healthier, better life for your dog. Swimming allows all areas of the body the benefit of exercise without putting impact or stress on joints. Swimming improves cardio-vascular and respiratory fitness and stamina while avoiding high-impact damage to joints, ligaments and tendons.

Work Out


Swimming is an excellent way to condition your dog! Our Hydro Workouts consist of building muscle tone without causing wear and tear on your dog’s joints and most importantly, giving your dog the exercise he needs! After just a few weeks of this excellent cardiovascular activity, you will notice a difference in your dog’s behavior while minimizing the risks of sprains and muscle fatigue.


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