Business briefs — Aug. 30, 2017

Rotsten joins Estes Builders

Jon Rotsten has joined Estes Builders as construction quality manager. He has worked in construction since the late 1990s, with a background in framing, foundations, excavations and site development, as well as managing project schedules.

“Jon is a consummate professional with immense knowledge of custom home building,” said Jo Anne Estes, owner of Estes Builders. “He will make an immediate impact on our business, offering expert oversight on construction projects and delivering clients the peace of mind that comes with our guaranteed fixed price for their dream home.”

Dog water therapy to expand

Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, Jennifer Paul, owner of Swim Doggie Swim, will be open for business in the La Paw Spa Warm Water Therapy facility at 261043 U.S. Highway 101 in Sequim.

The business will be open five days per week.

Call 360-582-9663 for more information.

Paul has her Level II Canine Hydrotherapy Certification from the La Paw Spa training program as well as five years in her own spa.

Cindy Horsfall, owner of La Paw Spa Canine Warm Water Therapy and pioneer of hydrotherapy for dogs, will continue her private practice at this facility as well and be available on Sunday, Monday and Thursday afternoons.

She can be reached at 425-222-9663.

Her focus will be on more complex cases and she also will be available for consultations.

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