Florence KY's first and only indoor cooled/heated dog swim pool. Private and group sessions available. Full dog grooming with boarding in our Mini-Suites (Not small traditional kennel crates!) with pricing ranging From $10-85 TOTAL. All Mini-Suite boardings are ALL INCLUSIVE and include: unlimited potty breaks, indoor/outdoor play time, treat-filled maze cubes while watching TV and DVD's in their spacious air-conditioned suites, & exclusive attention, as we limited our boardings to 7 dogs per time slot! 1/2 day, full day, and overnight options. We also offer Open Play Doggie Daycare. We limit to 14 dogs a day at $22/dog per day. M-F, 7am-7pm. Also offering an indoor training facility with full time trainer. Indoor/outdoor agility equipment. All first time swim sessions are 50% off and all first time groom sessions are $10-15 off as well.
Open every day 9:00am - 7:00pm
"We took our goldendoodle puppy this weekend and she loved it! She wasn't sure what to think at first, but the staff was friendly and helpful! Towards the end she was getting the hang of it & would walk down the ramp without a life vest. She slept the whole day after that (we went at 10:30 AM)! It was a great way to let her get some energy out, especially since all of the dog parks are too muddy for her to go play right now. We'll definitely be back and would love to find a friend for her to swim with!" - Stephanie K.
"I started taking my dog Elvis when they first opened and we go in a regular basis. Although my dog already knows how to swim, there is a ramp that you can use to get your dog slowly acclimated to the pool. The staff are super friendly and accommodating, the pool and deck are awesome and keep your eye out for specials and packages and that can save you money. Swimming is a great activity for dogs- they get lots of energy out, get great exercise and it is easy on their joints." - Whitney O.
"We took our 2 year old lab Rosie today and she had a blast! Don was super helpful in getting her used to the pool. She was a little scared at first, so he suggested putting the life jacket on her and guiding her down the ramp. Within 5-10 minutes, she was comfortable enough for us to take the life jacket off and she would walk down the ramp and jump into the pool on her own. 30 minutes was plenty of time! She was pretty tired after the first 15 minutes. We will definitely be back!" - Shannon L.