What has four legs, one tail, and needs a trip to a place where dogs are treated like royalty? If your answer wasn’t immediately, “My dog,” then you haven’t met Chenal Pet Palace.
Chenal Pet Palace is the “Spot” of all trades when it comes to doggy care in Central Arkansas. It’s, as they say, “Your four-legged friend’s place to stay, play and spa.
The different ways that the dog-loving staff can pamper your pet include: baths, nail trimming, grooming and hair and teeth brushing.
And for as equally popular as its range of services are, the room and board is even more of a cut above than the hairdos the staff can arrange. Yes, we said room and board.
The daycare is essentially like what we two-legged folk would call summer camp. There are areas for play both inside and outside for big and little dogs alike. And the staff takes the time to get to know the pooches on a personal level, so that they can break up the groups even further than just by size to accommodate each guest’s needs and personality.
For overnight guests, parents can book from a range of different suites. Each doggy hotel room, as we’ll call it, features a television, a cot-type bed, and some even include a door that leads to a balcony, a.k.a. a private fenced-in area outside.
Even though its services already surpass the typical, dime-a-dozen boarding establishments, they don’t just stop there. Ever since its inception in 2005, Chenal Pet Palace has prided itself on going above and beyond in every way imaginable. They do not restrict or discriminate based on breed, simply requiring that all dogs are vaccinated for rabies, DHLPP and bordetella. During the pandemic, the staff has gone even further to accomplish this mission, purchasing a disinfectant spray machine that is used multiple times per week and a medical-grade UV light filtration system in its heating and air-conditioning units.
“We know there are multiple options for boarding or care for your pets, but we have always taken the approach that all pet guests are extended family, including their two-legged family members.” — Chenal Pet Palace