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The Doggie Retreat

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(2 Reviews)

2451 Patterson Rd, Dayton, OH 45420

(937) 256-9663

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Today: Closed
Tomorrow: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
15
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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BBB Rating
A+
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Hours
Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Fax: (937) 256-9664

Payment method
all major credit cards, amex
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The Doggie Retreat LLC

Categories
Pet Boarding & Kennels, Kennels, Pet Grooming, Pet Services, Pet Sitting & Exercising Services
Other Information

Parking: Lot

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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Megan M.

12/20/2011

Overall
My dog goes to the Doggie Retr...

My dog goes to the Doggie Retreat one day every week for daycare. He loves it there and it wears him out for at least a day afterwards. It is a safe place for him to socialize with other dogs and people since he is the only dog that we own, and I did not want him to be anxious around other animals since his breed (cockapoo) is an anxious breed to begin with. We have never had any problems sending him here, and we also use The Doggie Retreat for boarding whenever we go out of down.



I also like that I can get him groomed at the same place. Once a month or so I will drop him off for half a day of daycare, and get him groomed at the same time. He always looks and smells wonderful! I would recommend The Doggie Retreat to all of my friends.

srogafnp

12/09/2008

Overall
A Great Place for Your Dog

The Doggie Retreat is great for Dog Owners who work. It gives the dog some well supervised care with other Dog playmates. We have used them for over a year. Our dog was abused and socializing with other dogs has been a great way to improve his behavior and being around other dogs.