We sell Parts & Accessories Store for Boaters, Campers, RVers, Pirates and Parrotheads. We have everything you need to fix or accessorize your Boat, Camper, RV or Cabin at the Lake. We are centrally located on Bardstown Road, 1 Mile north of Gene Snyder.
Amid the lush hush of surrounding woods, Treats Pet Resort boards canine and feline guests, pampering them with modern amenities and 24-hour care. Check pooches into a suite for a two-day play date involving naps in toddler- and twin-sized beds. Leisurely television viewing keeps critters occupied on rainy days, and ceiling fans whirl above to cool chic kitties who refuse to remove their fur coats during their relaxing weekend stay. Large outdoor patios connected by pet doors let furry friends roam freely, and loving hands lead unlimited playtime and long walks along imaginary beaches.
Unlike animal resorts that have subpar turn-down service and overpriced treats in the mini-fridge, The Pet School and Hotel accommodates your pet in a cage-free climate-controlled area. Each windowed room is sectioned off by solid walls, which prevent star-crossed guests from getting lost in one another's puppy-dog eyes.
For more than 40 years, Animal Crackers has satisfied the style appetites of choosy children and discerning parents with an array of fine threads made for boys (newborn to size 7) and girls (newborn to size 10). Customers can drape their 1- to 2-year-old princess in beach-time fashion with a Vive La Fete swimsuit ($46) or get recital-ready with a pair of ballet slippers ($18.50). The “young man” designation proves to be more than just a stern warning when boys sport silk ties and button-down shirts and youngsters look handsomely festive in a hand-smocked Anavini birthday outfit ($66, for 12–24 months). Accessories such as Smathers and Branson needlepoint belts ($99.50) hold up pants better than a long licorice rope. Alphabet games ($18) and magic trick sets ($19.99–$29.99) make fine Labor Day presents for hard-at-play nieces.
With this package, registered pooches can enroll in any $85 weekly class; classes take place once a week for six weeks. Pre-requisites apply for intermediate and advanced classes, and aggressive dogs and barking cats are not permitted. Young canines get schooled on proper dog-park etiquette, including basic commands, loose-leash strolling, and social interaction, at the Positively Puppies class. For dogs more than five months old, the Manners for Life class effaces improper actions (jumping on people), and the Wallflower class pumps up social skills for shy breeds. Intimately sized classes guarantee ample attention. View a complete list of featured courses here.
Happy Hounds' firm no-leash policy lets dogs bound around play spaces unfettered, taking full advantage of the fully insured company's 3,000-square-foot facility. Dogs get exercise outdoors and indoors, climbing over and through agility obstacles as attentive staff members look on. Much like elementary-school students or new employees, dogs are separated into playgroups according to temperament, play style, and knowledge of multiplication tables. These like-minded dogs also bunk down together in slumber-party-style sleeping areas, where they snooze on fleece bedding, drift off to classical music, or stay up late playing truth or dare, their safety ensured by around-the-clock staff.