Best Doga Retreat
This is the place for little dogs to have a big time. Most of the clients of this licensed boarding facility in Elbert County are bichons frises, shih tzus and Pomeranians. But if you're little and cute and pass the intake interview with owner Pam Knight, you can join up to fourteen of your small fuzzy buddies for an overnight stay. You'll have the time of your canine life romping in the non-kennel environment with individual suites. Your family will have to cough up $25 per night, and pickup and delivery from the metro area is $10 each way. But it's not all pampered pooches here: Since opening in 2000, the rescue side of the operation has placed over 100 adorable adoptees with good homes. That's not so ruff, is it?
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