About Hero K9

HERO K9 & Wellness Centre, was founded by Cindy Draper of T&T Dogs Unleashed and Kathy Seabrook of Maple Hill Kennel. Having met all because an amazing dog named Hero.

In our commitment to helping Hero, an experience that will forever be memorable for us both, we developed a friendship based on our desire to work with K9’s and their families.

We learned through getting to know one another that we both wanted to be able to provide the K9 community of North Grenville and surrounding areas a location close to home that offers daycare, training, K9 massage and hydrotherapy services.

And now here we are doing just that!

Kathy, Cindy and Hero K9

About The Owners

Cindy Draper

“Having had dogs for the better part of my life, worked with and shown quarter horses, it has allowed me to develop the skills necessary to assist in my training development with dogs. While working with a rescue agency, I decided to foster dogs in my home. It was during my experiences working with dogs labelled as “misunderstood” that I had the desire to become more knowledgeable, learning skills and techniques to teach basic and advanced obedience, day to day life skills, leash handling skills and to resolve behavioural issues.

Helping you and your dog build a harmonious relationship to enjoy a lifetime of health and happiness!”

Kathy Seabrook

“I have always had a dog in my life from my earliest memories. Having experience with the smallest breeds to the giant breeds, I have learned that all dogs regardless of breed are their own individual and develop their own unique relationships based on their impressions of us. Today I operate Maple Hill Kennel with my daughter Gertie and husband Grant. What a rewarding experience it has been caring for dogs that have been entrusted to us by their families! I am pleased to have the opportunity to bring to the K9 community services that I believe will improve the health and well-being of our K9 family members.

I am excited to complete my massage and hydrotherapy training this April.”

Kathy Seabrook