A premier boarding facility for dogs, as well as other pets such as cats and exotic animals, Stone Mountain Pet Lodge, has an indoor and outdoor park for canines serving the Minnesota area. If Spike is tired of playing fetch in the living room, then this is the place to go, especially during winter time.
Insufficient exercise in the winter months can result in crazy behavior and a sad dog, and you wouldn’t want either of the two. The indoor dog parks at the lodge are perfect for cold months. There is also innovative doggie play equipment at Stone Mountain Pet Lodge Indoor/Outdoor Dog Park, which regularly undergoes cleaning. The bespoke material is made in-house and is modeled after agility equipment that has been adapted for a daycare setting.
One of the features which set Stone Mountain Pet Lodge Indoor/Outdoor Dog Park from other similar companies is the highly trained staff with vet-tech and animal-science backgrounds. The team also cares for four-legged friends with special needs, so their pet parents have peace of mind when they are dropped off at the facility.
If you have a shy pup that isn’t ready yet to mingle with other canines, you will be happy to know that they have one-on-one play sessions, nature walks, and cuddle time at Stone Mountain Pet Lodge. There is also a wide array of training classes that teach your pup manners in public, as well as a store that is well-stocked with toys and food.
Some of the amenities your dogs will find delightful are air-conditioned suites with music, indoor and outdoor play areas, and luxury suites for those who can afford it. There are grooming and bathing services, as well as self-wash stations too. The Stone Mountain Pet Lodge works with numerous local rescues and offers discounted, short-term boarding for canines waiting for foster care.
Pet parents who would like to leave their furbabies for boarding, advanced reservation is a must. Stone Mountain Pet Lodge Indoor/Outdoor Dog Park requires proof of current rabies, distemper, and Bordatella vaccinations are necessary, and a release waiver pet parents must sign a release waiver before leaving their dogs on the premises.