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Maki​ng a differe​nce in your fur-babies life

A clinic that offers both Hydrotherapy and Massage for Dogs

How We Started Our Hydrotherapy Clinic 

K9 Aquatic Care Centre is a clinic in Walkerton, Ontario which offers hydrotherapy for dogs. Our business started when the company founder encountered an experience relating to hydrotherapy for one of her own dogs.

Her 3-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog developed elbow dysplasia, and the vet suggested he should undergo an operation and hydrotherapy. She realized that the closest clinic that offers hydrotherapy is hours away from her place. That's why she decided to go to school, train and then open a clinic that provides hydrotherapy, so that people living in rural areas aren't faced with the same dilemma.

We feel that rural communities should have the same benefits as urban centres, particularly when it comes to the physical and emotional well-being of our pets. Opening our clinic allows "water wellness" and massage therapy to be much more accessible. 

Cassie Berberich, Founder

Cassie has been an animal lover her entire life. She decided to open a clinic which offers therapy for dogs after working for several years in other businesses.

In her late 40s, she decided to go back to school to earn her certification in both canine massage and canine hydrotherapy. During her hands on training, she was able to work with dogs who couldn't even move their limbs and dogs that just needed to burn off energy.  


Canine Ripples Certification in Canine Hydrotherapy

Holistic Animal Studies Certification in Canine Myo-Manipulative Functional Therapy

Holistic Animal Studies Certification in Canine Kinesiology Taping

Her passion for animals and desire to make a difference, drives her to help all dogs with her wealth of knowledge & hands-on training.

Diana Storey, Owner 

Diana has trained various animals using positive re-enforcement methods for over 20 years.  She has spent many years in the dog rescue world helping dogs and their people improve their relationships with each other and the world around them. She also has a veterinary background and is continuing her studies towards her DVM.   Professionally, she is also the Vice President of Logistics for Courageous Protection and holds Firefighter 1 &2, Emergency Medical Responder, Fire Instructor 1 and Auto Extrication Technician designations. 


Canine Ripples Certification in Canine Hydrotherapy 

Veterinary Assistant

Fear Free Certified 

Canine Conditioning and Fitness Coach 

Certified Trick Trainer 

Professional Member, Canadian Association of Professional Dog Trainers 

Bachelor of Science with a minor in Psychology- Pending 

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