Northern Virginia Animal Swim Center


“Built in 1976, the pool was part of a thoroughbred training facility and was used primarily to condition thoroughbred horses for the racing circuit. After purchase in 1989 by its present owners, Roger Collins and Laura Hayward, the facility was refurbished and opened as a rehabilitation and conditioning center for horses and dogs to use. Initially operating under the name Middleburg Equine Swim Center, it is now known as the Northern Virginia Animal Swim Center (NVASC).”

“Dogs swim at the Center for both conditioning and rehabilitation. Just as swimming is applied to humans, the same principals can be applied to dogs.” To learn more about the center click here:

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