Active Dogs, Proud Dog Owners
SwiftPaws® is a health and lifestyle product for pets. It’s all about their enrichment and well-being. Pet owners, industry professionals, and most importantly the animals themselves LOVE SwiftPaws. The human is able to sit back and enjoy, while their best friend engages in an exhausting two-minute game of capture the flag.
The human controls the speed and direction of the flag as it moves around a series of pulleys. Pets of all ages, breeds, and sizes can benefit from engaging in a SwiftPaws session.
Since SwiftPaws is easy to set up and each session is only two minutes long, it’s perfect for people with busy schedules, mobility issues and those who just need a fun and quick way to engage in play and exercise with their dog.
The best part about SwiftPaws is that our premium, made in the USA product creates a feeling of pride and satisfaction in our customers when they give their pets this rewarding game of activity, health, and happiness.
Meghan is a life-long animal lover with a passion for giving animals the best life they can have. She has worked with dog behaviorists and trainers, collaborated with zoos on enrichment for cheetahs and other exotics, and has countless hours working with pets on the SwiftPaws course. Now, she’s able to bring enrichment and fun to animals across the globe with SwiftPaws, and no one knows how awesome it is to have SwiftPaws in your own backyard like Meghan’s personal pups Pretzel, and Piper.
Pretzel is a 13 year old miniature pinscher. Meghan got him when he was a little under a year old and the two of them have had some amazing adventures together. From training and competing in Agility, to traveling by themselves on a three-month long charity tour for SwiftPaws in 2013, these two have made lots of tracks together.
Piper is a 3 year old German Shorthaired Pointer. She was pulled from a Miami-Dade shelter by the Southeast German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue in late 2017. She was tragically hit by a car and required a lot of veterinary care. Meghan was only supposed to be her foster mom (Meghan has fostered dogs for various organizations for over 4 years now and always tries to make the time to help dogs in need whenever she can) but as Piper made the slow road to recovery it was clear she had already worked her way into Meghan’s heart and home. It doesn’t hurt that Pretzel likes her, too! Piper is back in full action now; and she’s the sweetest, happiest dog you’ll ever meet.