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 from Three Options
$30 for two nights of pet boarding and one bath (up to a $107.90 total value) $60 for four nights of pet boarding and one bath (up to a $185.80 total value) $120 for eight nights of pet boarding and one bath (up to a $341.60 total value)
- Nightly boarding in a pet cottage with two meals per day, a comprehensive daily wellness check, and three potty breaks throughout the day (up to a $38.95 value per night)
- One bath (a $30 value)
Meadowlake Pet Resort
Hotel guests don't often get free hugs and head-pats from the staff during their stay. That service is unique to Meadowlake Pet Resort. Helmed by a team of experienced animal enthusiasts, the pet hotel cares for dogs and cats with private, climate-controlled suites and a panoply of animal-friendly activities. Canines and felines alike get to spend the night in rooms and condos outfitted with amenities such as high windows for natural light, flat-screen TVs and outdoor patios, and soothing music as each pet dreams about finally chasing down that mail carrier.
The resort's specially trained staff escort dogs outside, where they can play on four acres of green space, walk down nature paths, and dip in an outdoor diving pool. Cats, meanwhile, are set free to frolic or lounge in a screened-in porch with tiered climbing platforms and a selection of fine toys. These staff members also perform healthcare services such as daily five-point wellness checks, and they monitor daily feedings using NutriSource Super Premium food. To keep suites clean, staff scour each room with hospital-grade cleaning systems. To keep pets clean, they lather coats with specialty shampoos at an on-site pet spa.
97% of 114 customers recommend
“Staff was great with our pooches!”
“Very nice place and professional . The groomer did a great job!! I will definitely use them again. ”
“Staff was very friendly, and courteous to me and my dog.”