Pune Resort Gives Pets Pampering Vacations
(L-R) Neha Jangle, Tanya Kane. Image via The Paws Pack
Pune-based The Paws Pack is the one-stop resort where you can leave your pets on a holiday while you holiday too. Looks like this pet management company has well more than just the answer to you pets needs. "Be it training or nutrition advice, boarding, day care, hydrotherapy and salon treatments or grooming - pets and their owners have a plethora of facilities to make use of," Tanya Kane, co-founder of the centre told the Times of India.
Petting and other luxe amenities
With expensive spa treatments, fancy resorts, pool parties, pet-friendly cafes, hydrotherapy centres, branded apparels, play dates, socialising sessions, treks, picnics to customised nutrition, pets are getting luckier than ever.
These pet care experts refuse to call their boarding facility for pets a kennel. "It makes the place sound more like a prison. So, we have suites for the dogs; no crates and cages," says Kane. Apart from comfy beds, each suite has been decorated in its own inimitable fashion. The courtyard is where the dogs get to run and play, while there is also a swimming pool for them.
The menu reads delicious through and through - waggamuffins, apple cinnamon muffins, banana muffins, quiches, meatloaf, cheese biscuits, Casse-Roll-Over, Frosty Paws, Pawsh cake and baked chicken chips, among others.
Owned by partners Tanya Kane and Neha Jangle, the duo also run a pet boutique that sells collars, clothes, shampoos, shoes, leashes, toys, treats and fancy grooming equipment.
5-year-old Axl is a Springer Spaniel that likes to spend a good chunk of his vacations at a popular pet resort in Pune. While his owners are away holidaying in Goa, Axl hits the resort for his own sabbatical - some pool fun and spa treatments.
Rashes, a seven year old mixed breed loves an occasional dip in the pool after she lost up to four kg through hydrotherapy and swimming sessions in a 'dogs only' pool.
9-month-old Muddy fractured his paw and the pooch needed to build some muscles. He began frequenting the Hydrotherapy centre for dogs six months ago, and is apparently feeling much better.
Curly is a one-year-old Cocker Spaniel who likes to flaunt her shiny tresses, thanks to the customised diet regime prescribed by her nutritionist for a shiny coat.
Written by: Neha Madaan
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