Stay Dog Hotel

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Webcams installed:  YesSmall dog area:  Yes
Puppy area:  YesDog training available:  Yes
Holistic/natural products available:  YesHand scissoring:  Yes
Nail clipping:  YesAnal glands:  Yes
Ear cleaning:  YesPrivate boarding:  Yes
Play area available:  YesOutdoor area available:  Yes
24 hour supervised care:  YesCertified by Pet Care Services Association:  Yes
Dog supplies:  YesOrganic food:  Yes
Holistic foods & treatments:  YesFashion & accessories:  Yes
Training classes:  Yes

Rooms vs kennels:Both available

“State-of-the-art 30,000 sq.f facility, located in the heart of Chicago�s north side with full access to nature on the banks of the Chicago River and Horner Park. Incudes: Boarding 110 runs and suites Day Care 12,000 sqf Fitness Area 2,000 sqf Lap Pool Grooming Salon Retail Boutique Riverfront gardens for outside play”

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4posted: August 12th, 2007


I like to stay at the hotles while my owner goes away. I heard this place was good.


4posted: May 21st, 2007

stay awhile

great place. friendly staff. good groomer. cool location (on the river).


5edited: March 19th, 2007

We're staying at Stay!

I first went to Stay for the Open House. I was not only impressed by the facility, but by the staff and the owner, Michael. We visited Stay again yesterday to take Parker, Penny and Jack to be temperament tested. Michael agreed to let all 3 of them stay in one of their Suites, even though they usually only allow 2 dogs in them. Since Jack was in a pound at one point and we don't want him in a cage, and Michael agreed after seeing how well they did in the Suite. The staff was great, and they let the dogs spend time in the suite they will stay in next month while I did the paperwork. They weren't put off by the raw food (a big plus in my book) and have a freezer to keep the food in. They let us see every inch of the facility, even the "Restricted areas." During the day the dogs are in groups according to size, and there is always one person in with them, and one floater that goes between the groups. They have a 1 hour naptime, then play again until dinner. One of the BEST things about Stay is there aren't a ton of add ons- another place Parker and Penny stayed (Windy City K9) you had to pay for EVERYTHING. $6 for a walk, $4 for this, it all added up. At Stay it's one fee, dependent on the size of the kennel. You can buy Nature Walks or extra Cuddle time, though. We'll update after the dogs STAY at stay!

posted: March 13th, 2007


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