- $12 buys a one-night stay for one dog ($25 value)
- Reservation required
- Must reserve for at least a full 2-day stay
- Includes food, bedding and supervised exercise
- Open 7 days; drop-off and pick-up by reservation
- Promotion Expires March 31, 2013
You want the best accommodations when you're away from home, and your canine family member deserves the same. If you can't take him with you, reserve him a room at Shady Rest Paw Resort. Yes, each guest gets a large private room with daily room service that includes grain-free food and homemade organic treats! There's plenty of fun at this resort, too. Your precious pooch can nap or socialize on the dog couch in the home-like living room or play with his choice of toys like balls or Frisbees. Or maybe he'd prefer a dip in a doggie pool or exploring the 4-acre off-leash play area—always supervised, of course. With today's deal, a night at this phenomenal doggie resort is half-price.
Owners Dan and Barbara adore dogs and will treat yours as their own during his stay. That means lots of love and scratches every day. If you want to know that your furry baby is happy and cared for while you're away, bring him to Shady Rest Paws Resort, off US 27 in Havana, just a little north of Tallahassee.
52% off a one night stay for one dog from Shady Rest Paws Resort
- Limit 1 per person, may purchase additional as gifts. Limit 1 voucher per visit. Must schedule reservation for a minimum stay of 2 full days; subject to availability. 48-hour cancellation notice appreciated. No cash value or cash back. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Includes spacious room, walks and run in a 4 acre area, food and bedding. Dogs must be indoor loved companion dogs, house trained and have good house manners.
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According to the American Kennel Club, the Labrador Retriever is the most loved dog, followed closely by the German Shepherd.