Hi, I'm Amber!! I grew up around dogs my whole life, owning two and having family members and friends who always had dogs around me. Along with caring for my own two pups, I was constantly sitting and walking my friends dogs throughout the years and it's just something I love doing, I love being around animals as much as possible. I also helped out my cousin at her local dog grooming and sitting business so I've been around all types of dogs comfortably. I'm currently living in Virginia Beach and would love to keep your dogs happy and healthy !
Elizabeth is a city where people and their dogs will find many agreeable places to visit and fun things to do. The city has three veterinary clinics which provide care to dogs in all kinds of circumstances, from the routine to emergency.
If you want to take Fido on a doggie dinner date, you'll have plenty of places to choose from in Elizabeth! Eli's Pizza Pasta serves up some tasty Italian food. The restaurant is located at 766 Trumbull Street and has two dog-friendly outdoor tables. The Lobby is open for lunch and dinner and serves sandwiches as well as entrees of steak, pasta, and seafood. You and Fido can dine at one of The Lobby's 15 outdoor tables. The Magic Fountain Ice Cream and Grille is just the place to stop in for a tasty lunch or swing by for a succulent dessert. Don Felix Bar & Restaurant is a pet-friendly pub where you can chow down on classic American favorites. All establishments welcome leashed dogs at the outdoor tables.
Need a place to stay that will make you and Fido feel right at home? Elizabeth has got you covered. Residence Inn allows two dogs of any size for an additional fee of $100 per stay. Motel 6 welcomes up to two dogs of any size for an additional charge of $15 per dog per night. Extended Stay America welcomes one dog of any size, or up to two dogs under 25 pound,s for an additional charge of $25 per dog per night.
Whether you're looking for a place to live or to visit, Elizabeth is a town that has really gone to the dogs!