Gone are those lazy, crazy days of summer. And we are now sliding head first into Winter and those wonderful family holidays. Please, don’t hesitate to make those reservations early. Since we only have a few suites, those will fill up fast.  .   PLAYTIMES, BARKBQUES, POOL TIMES We have opened our pools at both Olalla and…

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Hair is aflying!! Hair getting to you? Bring them in, after a great bath, furminator treatment; you will never know it is the same pooch. All organic products are used, Blueberry facials; and products like Isle of Dog and Vanilla Ice.  Call us!! We can help! We have expert groomers that can tackle anything from that…

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Our new suites at Olalla are just remarkable. They are not only giant suites, but they have access to their own personal outside space. Of course they include all the amenities like walks, playtimes and their own personal one on one time.

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November 23 (Wednesday) close at 1:00 PM November 24 (Thursday) Closed November 25 (Friday) Open at 8:30 for both facilities Christmas Hours for Both Facilities December 24  (Saturday) Close at 1:00 PM December 25 (Sunday)  Closed December 26 (Monday) Closed We will be open normal hours on December 27. New Years Hours For Both Facilities December 31 …

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Are you planning on taking a vacation anytime soon? Make your reservation today!! Remember that during the holidays our accommodations fill up fast.

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Your girls at Peninsula Pet Lodge attended a 4 day educational seminar. The subjects covered were first aid, grooming cats and different styles on dogs. The most important class attended was the dog CPR class. Education is very important to us all.

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It’s that time of year when the flowers are blooming, the spring rain (or is it the winter rain, that just continued through to spring?) is coming down and your pet is rolling in the mud! We are always ready to bath or groom your pet (yes cats too!). Think of all that hair that…

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Experts agree that group play is beneficial to dogs for many reasons, including: Dogs with behavioral issues, such as excessive chewing or digging, burn more energy during pack play-which means a calmer dog for you at home! The stimulation of being around other dogs satisfies their need for mental alertness and natural curiosity Dogs that…

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