Owning a pet can be expensive due to the costs of food, trips to the vet, and bills for phone calls above the range of human hearing. Save a bone with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$45 for three days of pet boarding (a $75 value) with pickup and drop-off (an $18 value; a $93 total value)
$80 for six days of pet boarding (a $150 value) with pickup and drop-off (an $18 value; a $168 total value)
$85 for a boarding package (a $193 total value)
- Six days of pet boarding (a $150 value)
- Pickup and drop-off (an $18 value)
- Full grooming session, including a bath, nail trim, ear cleaning, tooth brushing, and hair brushing (a $25 value)<p>
All boarding takes place at Dogs Rule’s Newberry location. Pets can be picked up and dropped off at either address. All four-legged friends dropped off at the Gainesville location will be transported via doggie bus to and from Newberry.<p>
A shuttle bus pulls up to the curb, and a Dogs Rule staff member leads another drowsy charge to its front porch. This pooch is knackered, having spent all day carousing at Dogs Rule, a leash-free dog-care facility whose wall-mounted “BEWARE OF THE DOG” sign belies the canine camaraderie within. As pooches enter the facility, the staff separates them into groups according to age, temperament, and size, and watches over the pups as they wrestle in the outdoor play lot’s dirt, chase soap bubbles, splash in the pool, or strategize table-side manners in the play house. Overnight guests—whether feline or canine—bunk down in crates at night. Dogs Rule's groomer Diane Lyons, herself an owner of four dogs, backs up her passion for canine coiffures with 29 years of grooming experience.
During their pets’ time at Dogs Rule, owners can opt for grooming sessions or vaccinations at an additional charge. All proceeds from the facility benefit the nonprofit AHHHHA, which finds homes for abandoned animals and offers low-cost spay and neuter services to pet owners.