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Posted 11/21/14

IgniteBadIntentions wrote:



I actually have gone out of state and family members have helped take care of them.


well this is for my dad's dog
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Wow, you can't watch him yourself or one of your other family members? ._.
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Posted 11/21/14

IgniteBadIntentions wrote:



Wow, you can't watch him yourself or one of your other family members? ._.


it is one of the secret things i can't say (for now) but i am unable to do it.
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Ask someone else in your family.
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Posted 11/21/14

IgniteBadIntentions wrote:



Ask someone else in your family.


we r trying to keep the dog away from them
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latinaloverTX wrote:
we r trying to keep the dog away from them


So you stole the dog and now you need to hide the evidence in a safe house.
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Man.. After some of what has been said.. This sounds like an all kind of complicated situation that is possibly quite unpleasant.. Wouldn't stores in different states probably charge slightly differently though..? :o
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:


latinaloverTX wrote:
we r trying to keep the dog away from them


So you stole the dog and now you need to hide the evidence in a safe house.


hahaha funny
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Posted 11/21/14
If you want to take your relationship to the next level and neither of you has a pet, may I recommend a PetSmart gift card?
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Posted 11/21/14 , edited 11/21/14
A PetsHotel specific review: This one was at a Petsmart in Arizona dated 8/2014 gave it 4 stars on Yelp. That will be an extra fee for me researching this for you!

We've taken the family dog here several times. We first put our toe in the water with a doggie day camp. Our lady, a dainty 100 pound mixed breed who is constantly mistaken for a male despite her pink collar, was hesitant. The staff immediately put her at ease with a little love. Bottom line, the day was a success, although she was happy to be picked up.

Fast forward, a few overnight stays later, she now walks straight to the PetsHotel every time we go to PetSmart. EVERY TIME! When she's actually dropped off, she doesn't even look back at us. What the heck? Shouldn't parting be at least a little traumatic for her?

From a human perspective, no pet hotel is going to be as nice for your dog as staying at home. PetSmart, perhaps motivated by corporate liability concerns, seems to have found a good balance between a desire to treat pets well and a need to keep them safe. We've never had any problems with fighting with other dogs, for example. They are also very serious about making sure that all vaccinations are up to date before your pet is allowed to stay. They also reserve the right to refuse certain breeds, which I suppose could be upsetting if you own a pit bull, but personally I'm fine with them erring on the side of safety. I've talked to a couple of friends who have indicated they would never take their pet to a heartless corporate boarder, but I actually view it as an extra layer of safety for the dogs.

Costs are reasonable. Not the cheapest place you can find, but definitely not as high as some Scottsdale pet resorts. The basic cost is $31 a night, but you'll also likely add a $16 day camp ($4 discount with overnight stay). There is a little bit of silliness, such as applying a little guilt to get you to purchase treats for your pet, but no worse than what you'll find elsewhere. We have actually ordered a nail trim for our girl, let's call it a manicure, during a couple of her stays. They will routinely accommodate you with the day camp if you miss the noon checkout time, which is much cheaper than paying for another night. We also bring our own food to help cost.

They open daily at 7:00 a.m. for drop off, which can be a big help.

They give you a written report of the stay when you pick up your pet. We didn't take it very seriously at first (are they really going to tell you your pet hated staying there?), but we've actually found it to be helpful over time. Toys and leashes we have left have never been lost. Just don't bring rawhide. It's not allowed.

I'd actually give the PetsHotel five stars, but the rating has to be for PetSmart, the store, which I'm a little less enthusiastic about. I can't speak to other locations, since they're only going to be as good as their staffs, but the people at this PetsHotel are great.
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Posted 11/22/14 , edited 11/22/14

latinaloverTX wrote:

how much is it to get a suit and their add on
"Bizzy Bundle"™ Package

and

"Snack’n Play" Package


Hi--it looks like you've got at least one useful answer, but suggest for best accuracy you should call Petsmart.

Since individual help threads aren't allowed in the forums though, I'm closing this now. If you feel a need to, please ask again in The General Help/Advice Thread ("stickied" near the top of the General Discussion forum)
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