Luxury DC Resorts to Take Your Pet This Summer

By Kate Oczypok | August 9, 2019 | Lifestyle Jan12018_PostCleaning

Jetting off on vacation this summer and wondering what to do with your furry loved ones? These resorts will take care of your beloved four-legged family members in luxe style.

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Olde Towne Pet Resort

Low-stress suites offer plenty of relaxation and natural light at this resort. Dogs can even bring toys from home to make them feel more comfortable, and “pawrents” can set a daily spending limit for new toys. Cats are just as comfy here, with daily playtime session and separate heating and cooling systems from the dogs at the facilities. 12230 Wilkins Ave., Rockville, 888-475-3580

Happy Paws

This luxurious boarding experience for dogs is located in between the Tenleytown and Friendship Heights neighborhoods. Fido will be under constant supervision, along with a 24/7 on-call veterinarian, making for complete relaxation as you travel. For dogs who require a little extra TLC, Happy Paws offers eye care and cleanings and a window seat for those long afternoons gazing at wildlife. Separate feeding areas and their own beds and blankets will assure a safe and happy time away from your furry son or daughter. 4904 Wisconsin Ave. NW, 202-363-7297

Patrick’s Pet Care

Offering a cat and small animal hotel and traditional dog boarding, there’s also a dog bed and breakfast dedicated to pampering your pooches. Canine boarders get free range of an elegant apartment-style type setup. Dogs will be under 24-hour supervision by the BnB manager. 3303 11th St., Columbia Heights, 202-630-7387

Best Friends Pet Care

Best Friends Pet Care caters to each pet’s individual needs to make their stay truly unique. There’s a private room away from the dogs just for cats where they can people watch from a large window. Dogs board in a room have the option to upgrade their stay to a suite, complete with a toddler bed and webcam. 5530 Randolph Road, Rockville, 301-770-5446



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