Canine & Feline Therapists
Dagny "Dags" Wobker
Dagny was born in June of 2014 and quickly went to work as a therapy dog beginning her training at 8 weeks. She has ben mentored by her brother Navin in hopes of grooming her for his retirement from the role in the future. She was a rescue from a Missouri kill shelter brought to the Northwest by K.A.R.E.
Franklin is an English Bull Terrier that has been in an out of work with LWPT since 2018. He has lived in multiple states throughout his four years of life. Franklin was born in Alabama and has lived in Georgia, California and New York. He has finally settled down in Washington and now is more focused on making friends and than keeping a stable job.
Jr. Feline Antagonist
Lucy joined the team at LWPT earlier than expected creating tension with the current FR (feline relations) chair. Despite her slight demeanor she is quite territorial and will push back when she is pushed.
Canine Running Assistant
Tucker joined the team just prior to Megan heading to San Diego for physical therapy school. Now he is an avid runner, walker, and hiker. He still enjoys his down time and hanging out with his cousins.
Scott was born in 2018 and likes to chew on sweatshirt strings and generally do what he wants to. Ali is hoping for continued training and improved walks :_
Finley Hazlehurst, Assistant CMO (Ret.)
The Assistant Chief Morale Officer (aCMO) was born oustide of Seattle and adopted by Kelsea Hazlehurst. She is a pure bread golden retriever. Finley enjoys chewing toys, trash, and anything else that will fit in her mouth. She is almost house trained.
Remote Oxytocin Spec. (Ret.)
Pele` is a black lab mix that enjoys long walks with Annika and her family. She also has several colleagues at the clinic which she enjoys Dagny, Tenzi, and Saxon. Pele' will be missing Annika while she is away at Washington University in St. Louis completing her doctorate in PT.
Stay At Home Dog
Rusty has the most seniority of all of our animals on our page. He enjoyed short walks, naps, sleeping, and eating. He didn't enjoy the company of other dogs or the busy streets of Kirkland. Our team and Megan lost Rusty in 2018. RIP Big Fella.