Pet owners live longer due to the health benefits of having a loving companion and the fact that criminals are much less likely to beat you up if a dog is watching. Safeguard your guardian with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $27 for three nights of single-room canine boarding (a $59.55 value)
- $54 for six nights of single-room canine boarding (a $119.10 value)
- $18 for three days of doggie daycare (a $36 value)
Doggie daycare includes 1–2 walks per day, and one meal per day. Daycare is available Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In single-room canine boarding, supervised pups romp through a 48-square-foot run, and sleep in raised “Coolaroo” beds. Boarding includes two feedings and two playtimes per day.
Animal Care Centers
In Animal Care Centers’ climate-controlled boarding facilities, dogs lounge in the lap of luxury—their VIP dog suites are outfitted with TVs and overlook a koi pond complete with a waterfall. However, perhaps the most important amenity is a team of veterinarians, on call around the clock. And the vets are some of the best in town; the practice has been named "Best Vet in Cincinnati" for four consecutive years by City Beat Magazine. For the past 30 years, the vets have administered vaccinations, screened for heartworm and leukemia, and performed pet dentistry, rather than just teaching pets to chew with wind-up chattering teeth.
94% of 194 customers recommend
“I have been using Animal Care Center for a couple years, they are WONDERFUL! My pup isn't much of an eater when he is away from home, and they always call and notify...”
“I have been using Animal Care Center for a couple years, they are WONDERFUL! My pup isn't much of an eater when he is away from home, and they always call and notify me if he refuses to eat. I can bring up something extra to give him and they have always been very helpful in getting him to at least eat a little something! I don't leave my dog anywhere, but I fully trust Animal Care Centers!”
“Great, caring staff!!”
“This is a great company and place to take your dog. ”