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Watch My Wag, LLC is more than just a place for dogs to play while their parents are away. Because it was designed and supervised by a dog behaviorist, the pup-focused facility delivers a therapeutic experience that hosts structured play sessions and helps younger pups adopt good habits and shake the bad ones.
Older canines get some time to socialize with spirited youngsters, during which they can play, run, and jump with their new hard-to-tire friends. Over the course of playtime, youngsters watch their more mature companions to pick up proper doggy etiquette and the best tricks to convince owners to hand over some bacon during Sunday brunch.
Private training sessions help pawed pupils ditch bad habits and adopt good ones, from not chewing on furniture to how to create Excel spreadsheets should they ever grow opposable thumbs. When the sunsets and playtime ends, pups staying overnight retire to a private suite, where high-quality dog food and a comfortable bed await them.
Owned by North Carolina native Rhett Morris, Rhett’s Restaurant wrangles up a menu of nutritious Southern noshes infused with local fruits and veggies. Spurn fast-food fare in exchange for healthy yet succulent starters, such as the black-bean cakes with chipotle sauce ($5.95) and cornmeal-battered North Carolina catfish bites ($6.95). The crab-and-avocado salad is bathed in a mojito vinaigrette ($6.95), and the Carolina Sand and Sea serves up a shoreline-kissed combo of shrimp, ham, and stone-ground grits ($15.95). Patrons can slosh down savory with a deluge of fresh juices ($4 per glass), including the Sex and the City (pineapple, carrot, lemon, and ginger) and Tigger juice (carrot, apple, celery, ginger, and parsley), or celebrate creating a stylish line of wristwatches for wallabies with a sugary serving of chocolate crème brûlée ($5.95). Diners can relax at the eatery's lime-green and blue marble bar or lounge at an ebony-trimmed table next to light emerald walls bedecked with colorful artwork.