Doggie Day Care and Boarding in Stapleton (Denver), CO. We offer a cage-free environment for boarding, all doggies get to play in daycare, safe brand new construction, staffed 24/7, two pools, climate controlled environment, on the way to DIA, call today for reservations - every doggie gets a free day of daycare!
With 7,000 square feet of low-impact, paw-friendly indoor and outdoor play space, your mutt-tastic buddy will be able to run in circles and bark at the invisible aliens free of guilt or any sense of propriety. Dogs are divided by energy levels and personality, reducing the likelihood of catfights between dogs. The four-legged rec center is manned 24/7 by chronic belly-rub-giver-outers, and you can always check in on your best friend via webcam. During their full- or half-day stay, dogs will be in a constant state of motion, playing with fellow temporary tenants under the watchful eye of a caring staff. The center also features several swimming pools with guided instruction so water-loving pooches can finally graduate from doggy paddling. Swim time is not included in this Groupon, but it may be added on for an additional charge.
For more than 35 years, Heritage Wine and Liquor has lined its shelves with wines, beers, and spirits from throughout the world. A staff of knowledgeable and approachable beverage experts mans the 14,000-square-foot, Old-World style store, guiding customers toward their favorite bottles or offering suggestions for a new and exciting choice. Wine racks, liquor shelves, and beer coolers teem with both beloved stand-bys and unheard-of novelties, as the owners carefully select items both from brand-new microbreweries in the area and world-renowned wineries and distilleries overseas. Complimentary Friday-afternoon tastings acquaint customers with new varieties, and the shop continues to give back to its community by donating to area schools and charitable organizations.
Janice Cook goes by many names—psychic pet therapist, dog whisperer, horse whisperer, and even Janice. Whatever the label, she has one mission: to communicate with pets on a spiritual level. Clients solicit her expertise to address lingering issues such a cat's anxiety, a rabbit's eating behaviors, or a dog's failure to chew with his mouth closed. Outside of being a pet intuitive, Janice is also a graduate of the Rocky Mountain School of Animal Acupressure and Massage.
Dr. Christina Spears](http://gr.pn/OdT7WV) has always loved animals. After spending her teenage summers riding horses, she decided to devote her career to helping furred friends. Today, she heads up the team at Park Animal Hospital & Wellness Center as it restores and supports pets’ health through traditional veterinary practices as well as holistic therapies. Using an in-house lab, a digital radiology suite, and other medical and dental diagnostic tools, Dr. Spears discovers the root causes of animals’ symptoms and begins healing at the source. When Western medicine proves inadequate or too hard for dogs to pronounce, she turns to acupuncture, herbal supplements, or nutritional therapy to set pets on the mend.