One or Five Private Doggy Park Trips from A2 Doggy Adventures (Up to 55% Off)

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In a Nutshell

A licensed and Red Cross–certified pro dog coach takes pooches on a two- to four-hour farm retreat; pickup and delivery are included

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per dog. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 100lb weight max. New clients only. Subject to temperament test. Dog must be up to date on vaccinations. Extra fee outside Ann Arbor. 5-park trip option must be redeemed on consecutive days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Having animals in your house is a mixed blessing—sure, plenty of free eggs, but who wants to eat dog eggs? Baby your beasts with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $11 for one private doggy park trip for a dog up to 100 pounds (a $22.75 value)
  • $45 for five private doggy park trips for a dog up to 100 pounds (a $99 value)

A fully bonded and insured dog handler picks up pooches from your house for a trip to a private farm outside of town. After roughly one hour of play time, the dog handler returns the tired dogs to the location of departure. Each round-trip doggy park excursion lasts two–four hours.

A2 Doggy Adventures

Since 2002, Scott Kett has saved countless canines from boredom with his one-time or recurring doggy excursions. As a fully licensed and bonded professional dog coach, Scott holds a certification in pet first aid from the American Red Cross and can dog whistle a pet’s favorite concerto. During his relaxing pooch getaways, pets are picked up at clients’ homes and taken to a private farm for an hour of exercise and play. Scott then returns to the places of departure for owner-dog rendezvous, where pooches tell rousing tales of farm-grown fire hydrants.

A2 Doggy Adventures

Since 2002, Scott Kett has saved countless canines from boredom with his one-time or recurring doggy excursions. As a fully licensed and bonded dog sitter, Scott holds a certification in pet first aid from the American Red Cross and can dog whistle a pet’s favorite concerto. During his relaxing pooch getaways, pets are picked up at clients’ homes and taken to a private farm for an hour of exercise and play. Scott then returns to the places of departure for owner-dog rendezvous, where pooches tell rousing tales of farm-grown fire hydrants.


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