Though dogs can take care of themselves, they choose not to—instead focusing their efforts on chasing squirrels, licking marmalade off babies, and learning American Sign Language. Give hardworking dogs or cats the attention they deserve with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of grooming, boarding, and daycare at A-V.I.P. Pet Resort.
Within its sprawling enclave, A-V.I.P. Pet Resort coddles and cares for furry four-leggers while their biped broods are away from home. A skilled staff is always on-hand to groom frazzled fur ($40+, depending on size) and bathe messy mutts ($25–$35, depending on coat length). Daycare ($20/day) and overnight boarding ($20/day for a one-dog regular run, $25/day for a one-dog jumbo run) pack in amenities, such as radiant heated floors during the winter, air-conditioned runs during the summer, and private outdoor runs. Posh pooches can also upgrade to a suite with an open-air run ($35/day) or fully enclosed run away from the main kennel appointed with a bed and television, which features paw-print subtitles and Smell-o-Vision for optimum enjoyment ($45/day). While lone wolves appreciate time to explore the grounds on their own, twice-daily all-kennel playtime ensures pups are pooped by the time they hear the cat-chorus's rendition of "Rock-a-Bye Baby."
A-V.I.P. Pet Resort resides only minutes from the airport and the Strip, making dog-owner reunions convenient. Proprietor Kurt Williams lives on-site, always available to supervise any late-night pet emergencies or after-midnight munchies. The stalwart staff will administer medication and special food at no extra charge, and the facility does not have a pitbull restriction. Feline friends can enjoy overnight stays as well ($15/day for one cat), sparing them the need to name and befriend a beloved hairball.
A-V.I.P. Pet Resort
At A-V.I.P. Pet Resort, founder, avid dog trainer, and breeder Kurt Williams is never far from his canine boarders. That's because he and his family live on the premises. This enables him to supervise animals beyond business hours, and his four children enjoy giving the critters attention when the professional groomers and behaviorists are in hibernation.
During the day, Williams's crew administers prescription medicine at indicated hours and also follows specific diet requests during meal times. His pet guests reside in private suites with plush bedding and television screens. Twice daily, the trainers bring any social dogs into a large outdoor play arena to sniff, socialize, and discuss articles from the morning edition of the squeaky newspaper. Williams maintains a comfortable temperature at all times at the resort, with air conditioning during the summer and heated floors during winter months.
2675 West Arby Ave.
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