Doggie District Premier Pet Resort & Training Center in Las Vegas knows that an active dog is a happy and healthy dog. We understand that dogs are social creatures and LOVE activity and human interaction! We have developed 3 levels of interactive activity packages so that YOU choose the perfect fit for you and your pup. Get exactly what you want for your fur-baby!
Our Best Dog Boarding Packages in Las Vegas
- 5 Star Dog Lodging – *Most popular package with pet parents
Your VIPooch will enjoy ALL-DAY play in our interactive outdoor play yard or climate controlled indoor dognasium, gourmet treats, night time belly rub and tuck-in service (a little one-on-one time) with their favorite staff, premier bedding, and Doggie TV (just like home!). You will know your kiddo is having the best time ever with a daily report card and fun-filled photo emailed to you daily!
- 4 Star Dog Lodging
Your baby will enjoy ALL-DAY with their furry friend ands yummy gourmet treats. They will sleep like babies on premier bedding and you get an adorable photo emailed to you every day!
- 3 Star Dog Lodging
Three stars still means fun! Your pup enjoys a half-day of play romping around our play yard or dognasium and upgraded bedding to lay their sweet head down at night.
New to DOGGIE DISTRICT lodging services? Come in for our FREE Orientation 1st. You get to meet the best pet care staff in the industry, your baby gets a day of play and making new friends, and you both walk away looking forward to another day at DOGGIE DISTRICT!”
Why do Activities?
When considering activities for your pet, consider the following from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine*:
- Exercise helps keep pets healthy, agile and limber.
- Dogs need physical and mental stimulation each day.
- Exercise reduces the incidence of digestive problems and constipation. Exercise helps prevent depression.
- Sufficient exercise helps reduce or eliminate common behaviors such as digging, excessive barking, chewing and hyperactivity.
- Exercise helps prevent boredom and channels the dog’s energy in a productive, acceptable direction.
- It’s a good way to help a timid or fearful dog build confidence and trust.
(Partnership for Animal Welfare, Inc.) from The Many Benefits of Exercise and Play from Your Dog newsletter (published by Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine)