Everything from socialization and play time during our Doggie Day Camp and indoor swimming fun time with our pool attendants to grooming, extra walks, exercise and fitness are just some of the many additional options for our canine guests.
(PRWEB) May 21, 2013
Doting pet parents seeking quality pet boarding accommodations for their dogs and cats over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend need not look further than Olde Towne Pet Resort in Northern Virginia. Pets that don’t travel well or need much more attention and care than a dog walking service can provide are excellent furry candidates for boarding at Olde Towne Pet Resort where dog guests can enjoy spacious, clean canine suites and where cats can relax in their own separate cat wing complete with various cat condos and play area.
“Pet owners who board their dogs with us can select from a variety of dog boarding options and numerous extracurricular services,” shares Dixie Eng, General Manager of Olde Towne Pet Resort’s Springfield location. “Everything from socialization and play time during our Doggie Day Camp and indoor swimming fun time with our pool attendants to grooming, extra walks, exercise and fitness are just some of the many additional options for our canine guests and their pet parents to select from.”
Olde Towne Pet Resort’s award-winning pet boarding facilities in Springfield and Dulles, Virginia have each been constructed with the highest level of detail in mind and cater exclusively to passionate, devoted pet parents and their furry loved ones.
Traveling pet parents seeking premier dog or cat boarding accommodations for their furry family members while they vacation this Memorial Day weekend should plan on touring either Olde Towne Pet Resort facility. Walk-in tours are welcome and highly encouraged.
Olde Towne Pet Resort locations are:
8101 Alban Road
Springfield, Virginia 22150
21460 Squire Court
Sterling, Virginia 20166
Vacation-bound pet parents with no little or no time for touring Olde Towne Pet Resort before Memorial Day weekend are encouraged to call either resort and speak with any member of the reservations staff to answer any questions or address any pet boarding concerns.
Cat boarding families are also encouraged to stop in or call. “Our exclusive cat boarding areas are kept completely independent from our dog boarding suites,” shares Ellen Haynes, General Manager of Olde Towne Pet Resort’s Dulles location. “This means cat playtimes and even laundry are kept entirely separate and that’s in addition to the separate air and heating systems for feline suites as well.”
About Olde Towne Pet Resort
For 10 years, the Olde Towne Pet Resort has provided quality boarding and spa services for dogs and cats in Northern Virginia. With locations in both Springfield and Dulles, Olde Towne Pet Resort is known to spare no detail to ensure the utmost of comfort, safety and joy for its customers' pets. For more information about Olde Towne Pet Resort and its many dog and cat boarding options over the Memorial Day weekend and beyond, please visit http://www.OldeTownePetResort.com.