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Luxury Pet Resort Opens at DIA

Ever feel guilty leaving your pets behind when you hop a plane for a fabulous vacation? Well, cross that worry off your list.



Ever feel guilty leaving your pets behind when you hop a plane for a fabulous vacation? Well, cross that worry off your list. Paradise 4 Paws is now open at the Denver International Airport, and those furry friends might just have more fun and frolic on their holiday than you have on yours.

Dogs stay in one of the luxurious suites, with amenities such as flat-screen televisions (offering “canine-friendly programming”), 24-hour private webcams, and nightly tuck-in service. Playtime can be splashy—in a bone-shaped pool—or dry—on one of the grassy or rubber-floored areas designated for small or big dogs.

Cats, of course, would never bother with any of that. So Paradise 4 Paws provides finicky felines with a separate gated bungalow community, complete with an “Adventure Jungle” featuring custom-fabricated cat trees and perches. There’s also a giant aquarium stocked with fish, for eager cat viewing.

Add an onsite veterinarian, obedience training, grooming, pet massage and airport parking for pet mamas and papas, and this may just be paradise indeed. Pet accommodation prices range from $25-$100/night. Paradise4PawsDenver.com

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