What You'll Get
Unlike praying mantises and Narcissus, dogs benefit from frequent interaction with their own kind. Let dogs actually go to the dogs with today's Groupon: for $15, you get two full days of doggy daycare for one dog at The Hound Lounge (a $34 value) on 105th Street East.
This mutt hut helmed by two lifelong dog lovers cossets its canine customers with a clean, cage-free indoor play facility. The Lounge shepherds pooches of all ages, whether they cavort in teacup-size bassinets or unfurl their grizzled limbs for twice-daily tap dances. After romping around on pooch-approved jungle gyms, such as saddle-back chairs and a well-loved leather couch, furry friends can eschew a catnap for a dog dream in one of the many beds on campus.
The Hound Lounge encourages its boisterous babes to exercise and socialize until they exhaust their furry souls, assuring owners that dogs come home ready to rest before a second day of filing other dogs' taxes. Due to the high level of interaction, the Lounge requires pups to trim their numerous nails and does not permit aggressive dogs. All wet noses more than 7 months old must have updated vaccination records, be spayed or neutered, and have memorized their home phone numbers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per dog. By appointment only, subject to availability. Dog Restrictions. Not valid for overnight stays. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Hound Lounge
It's not uncommon to spot The Hound Lounge owner's own pooches at daycare, napping on a cushy bed or engaging in a game of tug of war. The Hound Lounge welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes into their bright and spacious doggie-daycare centre. It treats all the animals with doting affection and constant attention, providing them with toys and frequent cuddle sessions. The daycare strives to foster happy, healthy, social dogs by conducting games of fetch, putting a stop to aggressive roughhousing, and organizing regular book-club meetings.