Animal Massage and Canine Hydrotherapy
Susanne was a rescue from the Olympia shelter who came to us in October, 2002. We were notified by the shelter of a Dalmatian who was not being adopted, so Daryl went down to Olympia one Saturday to bail her out. When going to see that dog in her kennel, who eventually became our dog Dahlia, he passed by another older, sad looking Dalmatian. The shelter staff told Daryl that she had just come in as a stray and was not available for adoption yet. Daryl could not get her off his mind, and went down to Olympia the next Saturday to get her out. As we were running out of names for our foster dogs, we started naming them after people at the shelter who we liked. So Susanne was named after the Olympia shelter director.
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Massage is not a substitute for veterinary care. Please consult with your veterinarian before beginning massage therapy for your pet. We are happy to work with your veterinarian on a treatment plan.
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