Sunday, October 23rd1pm to 3pmat Pet N Play Luxury Resort!

Double tap if you're ready to join Honey for a nap. @ Pet N Play Luxury Pet Resort
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Indulgent? Perhaps, but the Hollywood pet set isn't the only pack buying into animal resorts. For many, particularly the "young professional" crowd, pets are treated increasingly like kids. Owners take them to dog parks and play dates. When they're away, said Krack, "they expect that their dog is still going to have some kind of social life in the kennel."

Rocco is loving the social scene at the pet resort in Newburgh. The view from his second-floor suite gives the Welsh corgi ample opportunity to pinpoint his next pee in the exercise yard below. His room includes a goody bag of gourmet treats and a child-sized bed.

Rocco and his lady friend, Sophie, have been too coddled to notice that they haven't seen their humans in days. They're somewhere down south, doing whatever. Rocco doesn't care. He's got color TV (though dogs are colorblind), and a new episode of "Emergency Vets" is on.

Clearly, the pet hotel concept caters as much to the owner as it does to the animal. Added amenities lessen the guilt folks feel as they head out of town. For $2 a day, clients can log on and watch their dogs and cats on live Web cameras.
This little wolfpack is ready to play ball! @ Pet N Play Luxury Pet Resort
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Pet N Play provides a fun and safe environment in a state-of-the art, climate-controlled facility. With large, spacious, airy indoor comforts & plenty of outdoor space to romp and roam, our trained and caring staff welcomes all furry friends to relax and play in luxury at the Pet N Play Luxury Resort and Spa… It’s just like home, only better! Can't help but be happy - it's Friday! @ Pet N Play Luxury Pet Resort
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Photo provided by FlickrStevie and Leo playing "can't catch me!" @ Pet N Play Luxury Pet Resort
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CBS Radio Pittsburgh and Allegheny County Parks are bringing Pet ‘n Play, a free interactive day of activities geared towards pets and their families, to Hartwood Acres on Sunday, June 11, 2017. The event is sponsored by Rachael Ray’s Nutrish.Pet Obstacle Course by
Pet Play Area with Frisbees
Pet Pictures with presented by Fox Chapel Advanced Dental Care
and Pony Rides – Pet and feed animals! Pony Rides from Noon-3PM!
Pet Parade Costume Contest brought to you by Invisible Fence. Guests can take part and a grand prize winner will receive a year’s supply of Rachael Ray’s Nutrish at 11AM
Exotic Animals and Show with Off the Hook Exotic Pets at 12:15PM
Sit Means Sit Dog Training on Main Stage at 1:45PM
Get a caricature of you and your pet from Internationally syndicated artist !
Kona Ice and Meat Here! Food Trucks and picnic area!
Live music: Zig Daniels, Dan Bubien and the Delta Struts and TJ the DJ
Booths and Vendor Area
Kids Fun Zone with Inflatables and Touch a Truck Bus!
Pet Birthday Zone with Pet Party Pictures from
Beer Zone at 11AM from Come join us and Allegheny County Parks for Pet ‘n Play on Sunday, June 11 at Hartwood Acres Amphitheater (4000 Middle Road, Allison Park, PA) from 10AM-3PM!Welcome to Pet-n-Play Luxury Resort, the Hudson Valley's premier pet resort located in Newburgh, NY. Where you bring the pets you love!

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Instagram: Billed as an interactive day of activities geared toward pets, the free event will be June 11 at Hartwood Acres in Indiana Township. Pet ‘n Play is sponsored by Rachael Ray's Nutrish animal food line. et N Play Luxury Pet Resort in Newburgh is your pet’s complete solution center. With emotionally and physically fulfilling activities and spa services, pets are known to run toward the Resort after their first visit. Connected to Middlehope Veterinary Hospital, the Resort opened in 2006. Dr. Richard Solomons, owner of the Resort, says, “What makes us different is that we are an activity-based facility. Pets are happier and healthier throughout their stay with many opportunities to get exercise and loads of human contact.”