Hotel rooms you won’t be sleeping in (Picture: VRX Studios)New app Dayuse is bringing an elegant solution to the problem of needing somewhere relaxing and comfortable to get changed before the office Christmas party (rather than the shared loos), or to destress after barging your way along the high street looking for the perfect presents.
Sausage dog owners need not despair, because now you can send your pooch to a hotel to be pampered with nail trimming, teeth cleaning and coat conditioning, as well as playdates with other pups and walks in the countryside.
Owners can pick TV channels for their dogs (Picture: Noble Dog Hotel / SWNS.COM) It puts standard kennels to shame (Picture: Noble Dog Hotel / SWNS.COM) These two look like they’re enjoying their stay (Picture: Noble Dog Hotel / SWNS.COM)The hotel, which also serves as a doggy day care, has a ‘chau-fur’ service available so the pets to be picked up and driven to the property.
Most of the spacious bedrooms welcome pooches with bowls and goodie bags, plus spare leads to aid those walks — to which end, Dog Friendly Perthshire has more suggestions ( ).
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The pubs started off with a hearty roast dinner (Picture: Tewkesbury Park)Equipped with memory foam dog beds, bowls, dog towels and treats, the rooms make a pawfect retreat for pets and their people.
You’ll need to tend to Kitty’s every beck and call (Picture: kittythebernese)The job isn’t just suited to dog lovers, as the butler will be in charge of the entire Pet Programme.
But one hotel has stepped it up a notch – by offering guests the chance to have prosecco and puppies delivered to their door. The Kimpton Hotel Monaco, in Denver, has launched a new ‘Puppies + Prosecco Package’, where guests can book their own private puppy party while drinking bubbles.
Courtesy of the Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort and SpaThe program helps dogs get used to socializing with people and children, and gives guests a chance to spend time with a dog, which can be particularly meaningful if they’re missing one at home.
The sausage dogs get to chill in luxury (Picture: Dan Rowlands / )There are also health treatments on offer, such as teeth cleaning, nail trimming, coat conditioning and agility programmes to help with back problems – which sausage dogs are notorious for.
(Picture: Caters News)Michael added: ‘The most popular treatment has been the dog de-stress massage, taking a pet anywhere long distance in a car can be a stressful experience, so that starts off with the de-stress massage oil and a pup dressing gown too.
“In line with the welcoming nature of Music City, many hotels are pet friendly, some even offering loaner pet-beds, water bowls, and mats for your furry companion.” By Mandy Whitley Here’s what Nashville has to offer pet parents and their dogs who visit.
The modern boutique hotel chain’s pet-friendly “arf” program provides guests with a special complimentary dog bed, dog bowl and a doggie bag filled with dog treats and dog toys.
Jerry Grymek is there to accommodate every need It’s the weekend before this year’s Westminster Kennel Club dog show and the basement of the Hotel Pennsylvania is a bustle of canine activity.
“After several exchanges, we agreed on a plan [that] I was going to get Dominga from her usual spot in the square and bring her to a local vet where she would be treated for any health issues [and would be] spayed and boarded until we could find a flight volunteer for her trip to New York City.” Things didn’t turn out quite as expected, though.