All Wags North Doggie Daycare and Boarding

All Wags North Doggie Daycare and Boarding

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JL

Jeanette L. ·
Reviewed January 7, 2013
The owners and employees are friendly and helpful and are very caring towards the dogs. The dogs seem to be well exercised, cared for and good spirited.

VH

Victoria H. · 1 reviews
Reviewed January 7, 2013
My dog loves it there.Everyone is very nice.


Reviewed January 6, 2013
Best doggy daycare and boarding place I've been too! Know each dog my name and they truly enjoy the pets. I don't have to worry when my dogs are there, I know they will be treated like princesses!

What You'll Get


Pets are members of the family, specifically smaller members who can't voice their complaints about being photographed in a basket. Earn back their respect with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $50 for three days and two nights of dog boarding (a $114 value)
  • $55 for five days of doggy daycare (a $125 value)

Both options include a free full-day evaluation to ensure dogs are a good fit at All Wags Doggie Daycare and Boarding North. The evaluation should be scheduled at least three days before boarding or daycare services.

All Wags Doggie Daycare and Boarding North

In 2005, Karen McCombs left the corporate world. It was a big decision, but she had a simple reason: "I just decided I wanted to play with dogs," she says. Today, two of her sons work at the original All Wags location in Charlotte, and she and Josh Hartsell—another son—have headed out to open All Wags Doggie Daycare and Boarding North in Harrisburg. They've painted the 9,000 square feet of indoor play space with colorful canine murals, but there's also plenty of room outdoors for a dog to play ball, leap into kiddie pools, or plant its owner's flag on the peaks of plastic playground equipment.

The staff takes the time to get to know each dog, from their names to what they like and what they're scared of—and Karen says the dogs are excited to come in and play. She makes sure the staff ratio stays at about 10 dogs to 1 staff member during doggy daycare so that pooches get plenty of attention and exercise. Except for a two-hour rest period, the dogs are out and about the entire time, rather than being cooped up alone at home or made to sit in a cage and nibble listlessly on homework. "It's just a fun, exhausting day for [the dogs]," she says. "They go home and they're very tired." Dogs who are staying the night play with daycare dogs during the day, then retire to 4'x8' kennels with heating and cooling. To make sure everyone's safe, all supervisors are certified in pet first aid by the American Red Cross and have been endorsed by multiple doggy-sniff committees.

For Karen, working with her canine customers has been rewarding, and she knows their human owners appreciate the time she and her staff take to get to know their dogs and individuals. "Everybody's just so happy and ready to see you. It's not like that in the corporate world anymore," she says.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required for evaluation at least three days before boarding. Reservation required for boarding. 24hr cancellation notice required. Dogs must pass free evaluation day. Must be spayed or neutered. Must be up to date on all vaccinations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About All Wags Doggie Daycare and Boarding North


Inside All Wags Doggie Daycare and Boarding North, the indoor play space boasts colorful canine murals, and the outdoor space has plenty of room for a dog to play ball, leap into kiddie pools, or plant its owner's flag on the peaks of plastic playground equipment.

The staff takes the time to get to know each dog, from their names to what they like and what they're scared of—and the staff says the dogs are excited to come in and play. The staff ratio stays at about 10 dogs to 1 staff member during doggy daycare so that pooches get plenty of attention and exercise. Except for a two-hour rest period, the dogs are out and about the entire time, rather than being cooped up alone at home or made to sit in a cage and nibble listlessly on homework. Dogs who are staying the night play with daycare dogs during the day, then retire to 4'x8' kennels with heating and cooling. To make sure everyone's safe, all supervisors are certified in pet first aid by the American Red Cross and have been endorsed by multiple doggy-sniff committees.

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