MORE FOR YOU AND YOUR FRIEND
At Happy Woof Dog Training, we like to find all that Vancouver BC has to offer to our dogs. We
look for ideas, businesses or products that can improve your relationship with your dog. Remember to also:
1. Jacqueline, Aquapaws Hydrotherapy Inc. in Vancouver, BC
Jacqueline Gibson is a Level 2 Certified Canine Warm Water Therapist with several years experience working with dogs in water. She uses hydrotherapy to rehabilitate dogs with injuries, to help owners bond with their pet and to help dogs with behavior issues drain their energy. Her facility in Vancouver, BC is easily accessible for dogs with injuries, the pool water is treated to be good to your dog's skin, and most of the time you will be allowed to watch Jacqueline work with your dog, which is a lot of fun!
Jacqueline is extremely knowledgeable and after she helped me work with Scooby I do recommend her services 100%.
2. Deanne Murgatroyd, SAMP - k9massagetherapy
Deanne is a Small Animal Massage Practitioner. In addition to her many years working in the veterinary field, Deanne received her certification in Animal Massage Therapy through the Northwest School of Animal Massage. Serving the Fraser Valley, and Greater Vancouver area. Deanne genuinely cares for dogs: $5.00 from every session fee goes to local animal shelters and charities!!!
3. Ira Nicolai, a photographer in Vancouver for your dog’s portraits!
Claire and Ira met in January as Claire was running a puppy class. Ira is a professional photographer who took a few shots of our students... and they were amazing! Ira happens to love dogs and taking pictures of dogs, so check out her website and get in touch with her if you want beautiful pictures of your pooch!
Once on the website, make sure you click on “friends” and you will see a few samples of what she can do.
4. The Dog Powered Scooter
This device was invented by Mark Schuette. The idea is to make mushing easy, safe and accessible in an urban environment. By using the dog powered scooter, trike or bike trike, you will be providing a lot of exercise to your dog - while having fun in a way that, from a dog trainer's point of view, reinforces your position as your dog's leader and can solve many behavioral issues!