A Warrington based dog day care centre is said to be one of the UK’s most luxurious dog hotels.
The 5-star rated centre, based at Riverside Trading Estate in Warrington, provides award-winning day care facilities and luxurious hotel rooms for pets with plenty of activities for them to enjoy.
Pets can be treated like celebrities with services like blueberry facials, breakfast in bed and the opportunity to be chauffeured in their own private Porsche.
The Mirror reports that it is said to be one of the UK’s most luxurious dog hotels.
The dog day care centre and hotel has it’s own ‘yappetizers’ menu, featuring treats including scambled eggs and smoked salmon, a cold meat platter, carrot sticks with hummus and a selection of fine dry dog food.
They also have areas including a chill out zone, indoor agility arena and a secure outdoor play area.
No More Kennels was founded by former Big Brother star Rebeckah Vaughn, 38, who launched the business in 2008 to give rescue dogs somewhere they could come and be lavished with attention.
Speaking to Team Dogs, Rebeckah said, “For me it’s all about the dogs who have been rescued and making them feel like a celebrity for the day.”
Pets can also be pampered before their owners are married, with a stay in a luxurious bedroom with its own tv, air conditioning and central heating, real beds with comfy bedding and a choice of tasty treats.
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Rebeckah said “On the morning of the wedding the lucky doggo will visit the in-house spa at No More Kennels where they will have a lovely bath and trim all ready for the big day, they will smell all fresh after a spritz of pawfume.
“They will be dressed in a bow tie or outfit of their owner’s choice and taken in the Pet Porsche to the wedding venue.”
The pet porsche even has its own water fountain and ham canapes.
“The dog handler will stay with the dog all day acting as dog handler, poop picker upper and nanny,” said Rebeckah.
“They will use treats to gain the dog’s attention for pictures and guide them down the aisle if they are ring bearers.
“At the end of the wedding they can take the dog back to No More Kennels whilst their parents go off on their honeymoon or leave them to party all night long. Hopefully they won’t feel too ‘ruff’ in the morning!”