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Every doggy into the pool for fitness, fun: USA TODAY - January 15, 2008: "Pooch parents are adding a splash of variety to their dogs' exercise routines. Swimming pools for canines are drawing in high-energy pets that relish change-of-pace workouts, as well as older, overweight, injured or post-surgery dogs that benefit from non-weight-bearing exercise to fight flab or build muscle strength, range of motion and flexibility." (Continue Reading...)

Peninsula Woman Cindy Horsfall: A dog is more than just an animal that barks at the door to someone who owns a canine companion. Cindy Horsfall knows how much dog "parents" worry and fuss over their animals. She knows how much they mean to them. And, she knows that dogs with limited movement due to age, injury or illness can live a more active life with therapy. (Continue Reading...)

Range of motion in water: by christine ina casillas | christine.casillas(<at>)sequimthisweek.com Originally published in the July 10, 2009 edition of Sequim This Week - reprinted with permission. Cindy Horsfall of La Paw Spa helps her client Maggie though the waters during a warm water therapy... (Continue Reading...)

The Sequim Grand Opening: La Paw Spa's Sequim grand opening as reported in the April 16, 2008 edition of the Sequim Gazette. (Continue Reading...)

Therapy is a splash with dogs: The Seattle Times - October 2, 2000: "Three years ago, Cindy Horsfall's 5-year-old German shepherd, Ava, became paralyzed from her shoulders down. The dog might have had a stroke, said the veterinarians Horsfall consulted, and they doubted she'd ever walk again. Two suggested that she have Ava "put down." But Horsfall had a better idea." (Continue Reading...)