Pets in Chicago


Hello Doggy: Five Days of Doggy Daycare at Hello Doggy (55% Off)

Five Days of Doggy Daycare at Hello Doggy (55% Off)

Hello Doggy

Chicago

From the merchant: Get five days of daycare

$100 $45

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Bark Avenue Playcare, Inc: Three or Six Days of Dog Daycare with Options for Training Sessions at Bark Avenue Playcare, Inc (Up to 54% Off)

Three or Six Days of Dog Daycare with Options for Training Sessions at Bark Avenue Playcare, Inc (Up to 54% Off)

Bark Avenue Playcare, Inc

Illinois Medical District

Dogs roam with their fellow tail-waggers inside a cage-free facility and enjoy 30-minute, one-on-one training sessions

$90 $45

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DoggieWorks: 5, 10, or 20 Days of Dog Daycare at DoggieWorks (Up to 54% Off)

5, 10, or 20 Days of Dog Daycare at DoggieWorks (Up to 54% Off)

DoggieWorks

Chicago

After being placed in an appropriate playgroup, dogs enjoy toys and specially designed playground equipment to jump and climb on

$145 $72

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Honden & Katten: $25 for a Raw-Food-Diet Starter Kit for Dog ($49.99 Value)

$25 for a Raw-Food-Diet Starter Kit for Dog ($49.99 Value)

Honden & Katten

Chicago

Pet lovers can choose special recipes that are prepared onsite and can be picked up fresh from the butcher

$49.99 $25

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Against The Grain Pet Food: $14 for $25 Worth of Pet Food — Against the Grain Pet Food

$14 for $25 Worth of Pet Food — Against the Grain Pet Food

Against The Grain Pet Food

Chicago

From the merchant: Against the Grain Cat Foods are served in convenient plastic single-serving tubs, available at Barker & Meowsky.

$25 $14

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Pups: Four Weeks of Puppy Socialization Classes from PUPS (50% Off)

Four Weeks of Puppy Socialization Classes from PUPS (50% Off)

Pups

Norwood Park

Having housebreaking problems, chewing, or nipping? This class will help you sort those issues out!

$100 $50

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Paradise 4 Paws: Two, Four, or Seven Nights of Dog Boarding Plus 50% Off Airport Parking at Paradise 4 Paws (Up to 60% Off)

Two, Four, or Seven Nights of Dog Boarding Plus 50% Off Airport Parking at Paradise 4 Paws (Up to 60% Off)

Paradise 4 Paws

Multiple Locations

Board furry friends in a facility with plush accommodations and a webcam play area; can add airport parking at discounted rate

$100 $45

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PUPtection Health & Nutrition Center: Up to 50% Off Health & Nutritional Pet Product at PUPtection Health & Nutrition Center

Up to 50% Off Health & Nutritional Pet Product at PUPtection Health & Nutrition Center

PUPtection Health & Nutrition Center

Chicago

From the merchant: We provide nutrition for pets of all ages and health conditions. We offer natural raw & dehydrated foods and for pets.

$20 $12

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  • Animalsense Canine Training and Behavior
    Owner Lindsay Rapp surrounds herself with a staff of canine-whisperers who employ both human and animal psychology to help owners and pets live long, happy lives together. Agility training equips dogs for high-intensity play or auditions for basketball movies, and other courses tailored to families with children keep the peace by preparing dogs for a new baby or preparing families for a new dog.
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    1148 West Leland Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Biltmore Metals
    Sanzone School of Dog Training is the embodiment of perfection. We won't stop until the training is perfect and the client is 100% satisfied. We have created a dog obedience training program that supports our quest for perfect dogs. All dogs trained will be encouraged to take their Canine Good Citizen test.
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    813 West Cermak Road
    Chicago, IL US
  • Peru
    When he discovered Machu Picchu in 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham wrote, "In the variety of its charms and the power of its spell, I know of no place in the world which can compare with it." Miraculously left intact throughout the Spanish conquest of South America, the ancient Incan citadel is composed of granite temples and palaces tucked away in the Andes Mountains, some 8,000 feet above the Urabamba River. Though the Lost City of the Incas may be the most famous of Peru?s ancient ruins, the former Incan capital of Cusco lies near several marvels of both pre-Columbian and colonial architecture, many of which are stops along the way on this guided Peru tour from Raymi Productions.Days 1?2: Upon arrival in Cusco, travelers are transported to Novotel Hotel or similar accommodations nearby. The next day, a 3.5-hour tour explores the onetime capital of the ancient Incan Empire. Stops on the itinerary include Sacsayhuaman, where massive limestone boulders have been carved to fit snugly together without the use of mortar or krazy glue, composing an awe-inspiring network of 60 walls. Near the city's main square stand its colonial Spanish buildings, including the Cathedral of San Domingo built in 1539 and the Barrio de San Blas parish church, which is outfitted with an ornately carved cedar pulpit. Day 3: An all-day trek leads travelers through the Sacred Valley of the Incas, where farmers still use step platforms to irrigate their crops. In the village of Pisac, artisan fairs showcase handmade ponchos and pottery. Another stop on the tour is Ollantaytambo, a majestic fortress said to have protected leader Manco Inca during the Spanish conquest. Ollantaytambo features an ancient, still-working stone fountain known as the "princess's bath." Day 4: A nearly four-hour scenic drive brings groups to Machu Picchu for a two-hour guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage site. Guides supply information on the citadel?s religious and social life as they lead tour-goers past all of the highlights, including the main square, the Temple of the Condor, and the Orange Julius.Days 5?6: The final leg of the trip includes a visit to Moray and Salineras, two extraordinary examples of ancient agricultural experiments involving mountainside terraces. Back in Cusco, an evening dinner and folk dance bring the adventure to a jubilant close.
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    600 West Chicago Avenue
    Chicago, IL US
  • Pooch Hotel
    Outfitted with spas and treadmills, Pooch Hotels are nearly the same as human accommodations, with one key difference: your dog might get a tummy-rub with their turndown service. These venues were all designed by dog-lovers whose main priority was canine comfort, regardless of the length of each guest's stay. Dogs on daycare visits, for example, are sorted by size and temperament before entering one of multiple play areas. Monitored by human "Pack Leaders," they socialize amidst toys, treats, and wading pools at select locations, or run outside if the weather and facilities permit. Those who have booked a room for the night can relax in a private suite, outfitted with a glass door rather than bars. These range from standard to presidential and even palace suites?rooms outfitted with luxury bedding and flat-screen televisions tuned to dog-friendly programming. Customers might also schedule a spa appointment for their pooch, choosing from services such as baths, "pawdicures," and even facials. The hotels pursue peace of mind for owners as actively as they pamper their dogs. Certain locations have installed web cameras in the play areas and suites, enabling people to check in on their pets and guilt them about the time they napped instead of writing a postcard. Staff remain on-hand at all times to welcome newcomers and care for already-snoozing pups.
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    1214 W Monroe St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Urban Out Sitters
    For Joseph Giannini and Tommy Spinosa, the standard cement-and-chain-link boarding facilities they encountered simply would not do for their pooch. They decided to create their own facility where pets could live like kings among dangling chandeliers, plush sofas, and a staff who know them each by name. The product of their imaginations is a cage-free boarding zone where every dog and cat forgoes the confines of stressful, cramped crates, and a chaperone is always on hand to ensure pets are safe and not blowing their life savings by shopping for chewable shoes on the Internet. A pickup and drop-off taxi runs pups to and from the boarding facility. And each dog is live on a webcams, where owners can check in to ease their minds. Aside from doggie boarding and daycare, Urban Out Sitters’ services also include at-home kitty sitting for self-possessed felines who don't want to pack up their things and leave home simply because their humans did. An onsite retail completes the pet-care puzzle, selling grooming products, food, and collars and leashes.
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    848 W Superior St.
    Chicago, IL US
  • DoggieWorks
    High-energy music courses through the indoor playground at DoggieWorks to keep daycare charges hyped as they play. As they gambol over turf, they might dive through tunnels or traverse teeter-totters. In fact, all the playground equipment is designed specifically for dogs. Meanwhile, pups with more gentle dispositions huddle up with canines of the same attitude while hanging out away from home. After a homemade bedtime snack, dogs sticking here for boarding slumber atop cushy beds. Staff members change the music to something more soothing and set television channels to more dog-appropriate viewing. Dog owners rest easy too, knowing that their dogs are being watched around the clock by overnight staff. When morning comes, they meet in the play area to cavort for the day. The facility also hosts events in the 2,220-square-foot space, such as birthday parties, doggie meetup groups, and tax-day celebrations.
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    2338 W. Nelson Street
    Chicago, IL US

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