Ruffing it up in the lap of canine luxury in Hooksett
Taylor Seiberth and her father, Daryn, decided to pamper their friendly four-legged friend at southern New Hampshire's newest luxury dog boarding facility, D La Pooch Hotel in Hooksett. (RYAN O'CONNOR/Union Leader Correspondent)
“I couldn’t find many places around this area that offered pet luxury, and I thought it would be a nice addition to this area,” she said. “It’s an opportunity to spoil your dog or cat.”
Said Todt: “It’s all luxury. It’s crate-free. We’re here 24/7 for ’round-the-clock care. (Dogs and cats) have their own rooms.
Todt said a standard dog or cat room is $45 a night and a dog suite, which includes a memory foam bed, television with dog movies and web cam so owners can check in, is available for $65 a night. The ice cream and KONG treats are $4 each, and photo packages run from $10 to $32.
“I saw a good review on it and I saw the rooms and I said, ‘Hey, it looks like a great place, it’ll be comfortable (for Brady), let’s try it out,’” Siberth said.
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