Do not have your pet boarded at this place. After a stay there, our cat was hospitalized for 2 days due to severe dehydration and trauma to her tail and backside. It looks like during her stay, she was either kicked or had her tail severely yanked on. Now she has muscle and nerve damage. Her nerve damage may never heal and thus would have no control of her bowel movements for the rest of her life. If you love your pet, please do not take them to Dogs Day Inn in Atascocita.
Posted: 10/10/2013 • Link to this review
This is doggy heaven! My goodness. You walk in there and your mouth drops at the modern edge clean facility! I haven't used grooming services here yet, but I would definitely like to try. I shy away from anything big, but this is very different from the chain store setting. The people here are PROFESSIONAL and know what they are talking about. I can only speak of the boarding, as I have not yet used their other services. My dog did not even care to see me when I picked him up. That's how much fun he had. I know he's in good hands when he comes home and just goes to sleep!
Posted: 12/01/2011 • Last edited: 1/16/2012 • Link to this review
After a couple of negative experiences at another pet resort, we were referred here by an acquaintance, and have never looked back. Everything about this place is 5-star. We were given a tour our first visit and saw the facilities, which are clean and spacious. The staff was helpful and friendly. Our two huskies are in good hands when we board them at least twice a year, sometimes for 7-10 days. I felt good about Dog's Day, but what really made me realize how attentive the staff was was when I got a call while on vacation to let me know that one of my "kids" had a slight limp (a recurring injury) and that they were going to pull him from playtime. I appreciated being kept in the loop and knew that they were paying attention.
Posted: 11/23/2011 • Last edited: 1/16/2012 • Link to this review