Murray Preston, a Labrador Retriever, came to the Interstate Canine Swim Center at age 1 1/2 after having ligaments in both of his hind legs reconstructed. The swim center was recommended to us by our veterinarian in Jarrettsville.
Murray LOVES swimming and looks forward to his swim sessions with Mrs. Sharon. We are very impressed and satisfied with the results we got from the weekly hydrotherapy. We highly recommend the Interstate Canine Swim Center to everyone.
Your loyal customers,
Cybil Preston and Murray Preston, Labrador Retriever
Pusha, our Golden Retriever, was operated on for a luxating patella approximately 3 years ago and the veterinarian recommended swimming for physical therapy.
The Interstate Canine Swim Center provided such a great facility and caring staff that we've continued her swim sessions through the years. Thanks Sharon for helping with the recovery and maintaining Pusha's health!
Keith and Inna Schroeder
My husband Bob and I have been bringing our dog
Molly to Interstate for several years. She developed a problem
with her front legs when she was a puppy. After surgery, swimming
at Interstate was recommended by the surgeon as part of her recovery.
We were aware that she would eventually develop arthritis so we
continued to let her swim even after she had healed.
She really enjoys
swimming, it's the highlight of her life after food, of course. Since she
is not a very active dog because of her leg problems, we find that swimming
is possibly her only form of real exercise and she really loves it. (She
refuses to walk on a leash in our neighborhood. I think that the asphalt
is really hard on her legs). It also gives us time to spend with Molly
only. It's her special time to be pampered! She always gets a bath and a biscuit after her swim! Molly has become a real veteran swimmer at Interstate. She is all "business"; no messing around with the cats or other dogs. She has a one-track mind for the pool. It doesn't matter if the pool is free or not, she'll jump right in. I believe that as far as Molly and her leg problems are concerned, swimming has been a lifesaver. Thanks to Interstate!
Once Rae Ann was diagnosed with degenerative myleopathy, she was unable to take her daily walks. The only real exercise she is now able to get is her regularly scheduled swimming sessions.
The staff at the Interstate Canine Swim Center provide such a personal touch, she looks forward to seeing them and her time in the water. The 3-times a week sessions have definitely benefited her both physically and emotionally. Thanks for all you do.....
John Antal (Rae Ann's father)