While You’re Away…Puppy Can Have a Luxurious Stay

Since Steve and Jennifer Milan opened the first location on their property in Clarks Summit in April 2007, Puppy Paradise has become a popular boarding and daycare facility in the region. Within weeks of the first location’s opening, the entire summer was booked and Puppy Paradise was growing by leaps and bounds.

In 2014, the Milans opened a 10,000 square foot facility in Blakely, complete with 29 luxury suites for dogs of all sizes. The Blakely facility quickly became even more popular than the first, featuring three types of luxury suites, outdoor activity space and hours of affectionate care. In the years since the Blakely facility opened, Puppy Paradise was even voted the Best Doggie Daycare and Best Boarding Facility multiple years in a row, with customers coming from all across the region to treat their furry friends to a luxurious experience.                                                                                                    

With business booming, customers returning and new patrons hoping to squeeze into an open spot, Puppy Paradise is growing fast. In May, Puppy Paradise opened a new location in Moosic, with a fourth location opening shortly after in Dickson City on June 1. These new locations will mirror the current facilities, each with luxury, window and even executive suites for dogs of all breeds and sizes. “Puppy Paradise is like the Mercedes of doggie daycare and boarding facilities,” shared Steve Milan. 

Providing the highest quality amenities, Puppy Paradise’s four locations uniquely stand out against the competition. “All of our luxury suites are large and secure with tile throughout the entire facility and bedding in each room,” said Steve. “Some of our suites allow dogs to look outside through large windows, while the Executive Suites, have high-end furniture and televisions,” he added. Puppy Paradise boards only one dog per luxury suite, allowing them plenty of room to rest, relax and play.  Each facility also has a limited number of suites, guaranteeing plenty of supervised playtime and individualized attention during their stay.                                                                               

Each facility guarantees the safety, comfort and proper care of each and every dog, with 24/7 video surveillance, four-six walks each day, interactive outdoor playtime in a fenced-off area, a climate-controlled indoor environment and special dietary and medical attention. Dogs stay at the facility, on average, for one week at a time while families are away on vacations, but Puppy Paradise’s doggie daycare services are also available and very popular. Pricing for doggie daycare ranges from $16-22 per day, while boarding prices range from $37-52 per day based on which type of suite is reserved.

Though the new locations have just opened, interested pet lovers are encouraged to contact Puppy Paradise as soon as they are aware of travel plans to ensure their spot. Visit www.puppyparadise.org or call 570-382-3066.  –Ashley Price