Pet Paradise announces COVID-19 support for essential workers

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Pet care provider launches new curbside drop-off and pick-up and 50% discount on boarding and day camp services for healthcare workers

Pet Paradise, a Florida-based pet care provider offering boarding, day camp, grooming and veterinary services, announces new support for pet owners in response to the developing COVID-19 situation nationwide.

All of Pet Paradise’s nearly 40 resorts across nine states remain open and fully operational and are now offering new curbside drop-off and pick-up for all pet care appointments. Beginning on Monday, March 23, Pet Paradise will extend a 50% discount on boarding and day camp services for all health care workers. Pet Paradise is also offering a variety of offers to help all pet owners during this challenging time including 30 percent off all boarding rates, $30 off a weekly day camp pass, and $20 day camp on Wednesdays. These offers will be valid over the next 30 days.

“The current situation is stressful for all of us, yet it is particularly demanding on our country’s health care and other essential service workers,” said Pet Paradise President & CEO Fernando Acosta-Rua. “Many people are working significantly longer hours than usual, placing a strain on their pets and normal routines and we are here to help.”

To utilize the new curbside drop-off and pick-up, customers are encouraged to call their resort five minutes prior to arrival. A complete list of resorts and phone numbers is available here. All pets will be double leashed as they are escorted into the resort as an added safety precaution.

“We continue to monitor the situation and will adapt our operations accordingly, including limiting contact in our lobbies, enhancing our cleaning procedures and offering flexible work schedules and paid sick time for our employees,” added Acosta-Rua. “No matter the challenging times, we remain focused on our mission of enhancing the quality of life for pets, customers and team members.”

The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) states that COVID-19 is not transmittable between animals including people. “Infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people.”

To book a boarding, day camp, grooming or veterinary appointment, visit or call 877.PETS.PLAY.

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Michelle Gilliam