Boarding your pets while you're on vacation puts your fears at ease so that you can concentrate on what truly matters--your pilgrimage to Dr. Seuss's grave. Show you care with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for two-night cat boarding (a $40 value)
- $39 for two-night dog boarding with a half-day doggy-daycare session (an $85 value)
- $49 for three nights of dog boarding (a $105 value)
Two-night dog boarding sessions include a late pick-up option that allows owners to collect their canines as late as 6:30 p.m. on the third day of their stay.
Bluebonnet Bunk'n Biscuit
Though boarding a pet can be an unnerving experience for both human and animal, the credentials of the pros at Bluebonnet Bunk’n Biscuit should put everyone at ease—the team includes certified vet technicians and staff from the San Antonio Zoo. In addition to the peace of mind provided by handlers’ collective curricula vitae, webcams mounted throughout Bluebonnet’s facilities as well as inside individual suites to give pet parents a glimpse of their furry companion’s stay. Clients might find their dogs romping around during open play (where they’re matched up by size and temperament), napping in their 4’x6’ bunks, or eating their own food brought from home. For cats, Raintree cat condos with vertically and horizontally connecting chambers give felines plenty of room to climb and explore. They’re housed separately from dogs, ensuring the cats can relax during their stay and don’t come home meowing with a canine accent.
At Bluebonnet’s sister business, Cathy's Critter Care, team members can also come to clients’ homes for walks, daily medicine administration, or even overnight stays. The insured-and-bonded staffers have gone through full criminal background checks, and bring programmable lockboxes for clients’ keys instead of making copies of their own.
“Friendly and great staff. ”
“great staff friendly, ”
“Absolutely great place, they do an excellent job and clearly care about the animals. They are the only place I bring my dog to for grooming and boarding!”