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Swimming & Diving Fun at K9cation

We have an outdoor pool that is available in May- Mid October that is built to NADA dock diving regulations, with a ramp.  We allow you to swim with your dog and help them gain confidence in the water.  (Must be able to lift 55lbs and be no more than 225lbs.)

Choose Your Preferred Training Style

Private Lesson

Work with an instructor for up to one hour of 1:1 instruction, support and introduction to the water for fun, and physical therapy and work towards your dog confidently dock diving.  We love helping new people and their pups get started with this fun sport that all dogs and all person can do! Increase your pups fitness and health and overall confidence.  Life vests and paddle boards available.


Rent our pool and equipment for your private use.  Bring more than one dog for only $5 each additional dog.  This is our recommended option for people practicing for trials and higher levels.

Daycare & Lodging
Add On Experience

We'll work with your pup and get them started in this fun sport.  This experience is for the dogs that love water, need physical conditioning, and or swim knowledge and dock diving skills!  Add this activity to ensure an amazing vacation for your pup!  **Regular pool time included, but this option ensures your pup works with an insturctor to meet goals.

Group Class For Fun  & Practice

Pool party fun! Supportive environment to come have fun with your dog and increase your dogs confidence in the water in a fun group of dog lovers.  Think of a dog park in a pool with music! Doggie life vests and paddle boards inclu

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Bring your towels, sunscreen, and any retrieving toys and have a fun experience at our pool.  

No treats (food)  in the pool, dogs should be pottied before getting into the pool and have a clean coat and if shedding a good brushing prior to entering the pool.  If your dog makes a mess clean it up.

Return all items to condition when you arrived, or no returns allowed.

To be in the pool with your dog you must be able to lift 50lbs and be 235lbs or less.

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