Pet Boarding in New Orleans


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  • Camp Bow Wow
    Camp Bow Wow's certified staff dog-sits in large indoor and outdoor play areas in which pups are free to frolic with friends or surveil their own tails. Each of Camp Bow Wow's daycare counselors is a professional in canine first aid and behavior and is adequately trained to diffuse doggy dangers. Camp Bow Wow's experts categorize dogs into play groups based on size, demeanor, and brain power, so pets may engage in fair matches of Trivial Pursuit.
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    2731 Tchoupitoulas St
    New Orleans, LA US
  • NOLA Furry Friends
    Nola Furry Friends offers a safe and stimulating environment that keeps furry friends entertained when their busy humans can?t be at home. The cage-free center facilitates year-round indoor exercise and positive socializing opportunities, all of which are monitored by an experienced staff. Owners can also watch as barking buddyships bloom by tuning into Nola Furry Friends? online doggie-cam broadcast. View Nola's rules and regulations to make sure that your dog is eligible to attend the day care.
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    617 S Claiborne Ave
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Mid City Animal House
    At Mid City Animal House, a dedicated staff gets tails wagging with hands-on attention to each four-legged visitor during grooming appointments, daycare sessions, and boarding stays. With the help of their affable bulldog, Brooklyn, they ensure that each visitor receives a full day of playtime, social interaction, and newspapers delivered to them for once. Inside the paw-friendly playhouse, dogs maintain free reign over four rooms stocked with toys. An outdoor play area provides the animals with ample amounts of fresh air, and two puppy pools allow pets to stay cool during warm days. The staff conducts a temperament test for each dog prior to boarding to ensure safety and compatibility with the other animals.
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    4001 Toulouse St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Louisiana SPCA
    Every abandoned or homeless pet at the LA/SPCA must be vaccinated and spayed or neutered before adoption. However, the organization cares for more than 11,000 abandoned, homeless, and unwanted pets each year, and requires additional funding to prepare all of its animals for adoption.
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    1700 Mardi Gras Blvd
    New Orleans, LA US