Encompassing 50 acres of shady trees, streams, and fields, the Holiday House Pet Resort provides a welcoming, pastoral retreat for vacationing cats and dogs. Owners Dr. Laura Weis and Dr. Randy Weis, both veterinarians, live on site and spearhead the resort’s mission to keep pets healthy and happy through high levels of interaction and physical activity. Dogs staying at Holiday House enjoy taking part in nature walks, playtime, massages, and grooming, whereas cats on vacation enjoy private condos outfitted with areas for climbing, sleeping, and pondering string theory.
Morris Animal Inn is the most luxurious pet resort a pet owner could hope for. Surrounded by lush countryside and set among Morris County's historical landmarks and stately homes, Morris Animal Inn offers customized day care and overnight packages, comfortable and secure pet suites for both canine and feline guests.
We are a full service doggy daycare and boarding facility. We also offer grooming and training. We were awarded, by Reader's Choice Awards, best doggy daycare and boarding facility in all of NJ in 2008 and 2010 and best grooming facility in NJ in 2009 and 2010.
The professional staff at Central Bark draw on extensive training in animal behavior and doggy first aid to entertain, pamper, and groom canine companions. Skilled groomers primp and pamper the worn-out furscapes of canines with shed-reducing Furminator treatments and Barkley Works all-inclusive grooming baths (prices vary based on the dog; call the desired location for pricing). Thorough ear cleanings ($10) and teeth brushings ($10) keep pups in shipshape hygienic fashion and prepare pooches for cuddling or job interviews.
Fabulous Fido caters to all aspects of a dog's needs, providing boarding, daycare, grooming, training, and retail goods. During the day, the trained staff monitors dogs during indoor and outdoor play time. Canines spending the night sleep in cage-free accommodations under staff supervision. Retail products keep pups happy once they return home, offering essentials such as bowls, treats, and toys.
The facility at Diamond Hill Equestrian Center?which includes 35 stalls, an indoor and outdoor arena, and a 12-acre pasture?accommodates the needs of horse owners and riders alike. Weekly lessons and summer camps help burgeoning riders brush up on their skills in a calm, supportive environment that caters to each individual?s experience level. Elsewhere in the center, boarding services house steeds and trainers get young horses ready for the show ring and sitcom-casting season.