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’ grave. Show you care with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $15 for a bath and brush for a dog up to 29 pounds (a $35 value)
- $25 for a bath and brush for a dog 30 pounds and up (a $55 value)
- $21.25 for two nights of dog boarding (a $40 value)
- $46.75 for four nights of dog boarding (an $80 value)<p>
Groomers shampoo, dry, and brush dogs. During the day, boarding dogs romp around doggy daycare, and at night retire to private kennels and runs. Clients must provide their own food to keep dogs’ stomachs stable during their stay, and can drop off favorite toys and treats to keep pets comfortable.<p>
U Dirty Dawg
Prodded by their irish setter, Rusty, Robert and Stephanie Morrison parlayed more than 10 years of experience caring for animals into opening U Dirty Dawg, a full-service dog center. The approximately 4,000-square-foot facility offers a one-stop canine shop, where owners can give dogs a bath, put them through obedience training, or drop them off for daycare and boarding. Additionally, Center Grove Animal Clinic is just next door, and Dr. Jennifer Finnegan can care for pets should they fall ill.
During doggy daycare, canines romp around indoors or catch some rays in the 2,500-square-foot outdoor area, complete with kiddie pools, jungle gyms, and soap boxes for impromptu speeches. Pups bunking overnight enjoy plenty of fresh water and a cozy blanket in their private 6’x4’ runs, with designated indoor and outdoor play areas for smaller dogs.
Fur in need of refurbishing can benefit from the sudsy ministrations of owners or professionals. A self-serve dog wash accommodates any size breed in stainless-steel tubs, and includes shampoo, brushes, and dryers. During professional services, groomers de-scraggle coats and add touches of nail trims and ear cleaning that go a long way toward scoring dogs a prom date.