Newly remodeled, the Hudson/Boston Heights outpost of the Baymont Inn & Suites houses families a quick jaunt away from the Boston Mills and Brandywine ski resorts. Splash in the mock-summer waves of the Baymont Inn's heated indoor pool before cooling off on the neighboring slopes. Or peruse more calming attractions, such as Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Following a full day of frolicking, surf the hotel’s free WiFi or take comprehensive notes of the happenings on dozens of cable channels. Early risers wake up to a free continental breakfast complete with beverages and a side of predeparture wistfulness.
Dr. David Pack uses his chiropractic hands to fix pain and discomfort on clients as young as newborn and as old as 103. The ailments he treats include out-of-whack backs, carpal-tunnel syndrome, headaches, and arthritis. He also uses adjustments to improve the immune system and alleviate allergies to everything from dust to pollen to the dander left after the dog's poker night.
The staff members at The Aurora Kennel know that boarding a cat or dog can cause stress for both the animal and its owner, which is why they give personal attention to all of their furry guests. Boasting 43 indoor and outdoor runs, each dog is able to have its own private space complete with a bed, blanket, food, and water. At the facility’s fully enclosed play area, staffers take time to toss around toys and let pups run across 1,600 square feet of outdoor space during one-on-one sessions.
To avoid unnecessary excitement, The Aurora Kennel's staff keeps unfamiliar pets separate and limits pickup and drop-off times to select hours. It also requires that all animals stay up to date on vaccines and sign a temporary peace treaty between cats and dogs. To ensure pet owners are fully informed about their services, the kennel publishes a handy Stuff You Need to Know page.