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Doggie Spa & Day Care
Redefining the entire boarding experience®

Doggie Spa & Day Care opened in 1998, and it changed the way dog boarding was done overnight. Kirk Korley wanted to create a boarding atmosphere where dogs can socialize and interact with one another, and designed the rooms to be about 100 sq ft per room (all with windows for natural light), eliminating the cages and crates in traditional kennels. Located on 11 peaceful acres, minutes from Carrboro, Mebane, Pittsboro and Graham, the first thing you will notice is the lack of constant barking. Since the dogs are outside running off their energy, there is a lot less noise from confinement. Doggie Spa used a dog behaviorist in designing the buildings and the layout of the facility.

At Doggie Spa, you have the choice to offer your dog the amount of outdoor time that is right for them. You can do the Social Times (three 30 minute periods a day), or you can opt for the Day Care Boarding option (your dog will be out most of the day). Groups are based on age and personality. Doggie Spa can even handle dogs that cannot be around other dogs socially. All of these options include free pill medication dispensing.

Doggie Spa was the first facility to offer: outdoor social times; being open 7 days a week; open holidays; offering 24 hour pick up rooms; on-site management; taxi services; and generator backup. Doggie Spa has continually led the way on improvements of the care of the dogs being boarded. And the staff is a small, very professional group of adults that tend to the needs of the dogs. They have continually won best of awards due to their attention to detail using their 57 years of combined pet care experience.

So call Doggie Spa to schedule a tour today, at 919-932-4738!


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