Atlanta >Atlanta Dog Spa
707 Edgehill Avenue NW, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3031833.78225 -84.41041
M-F 7:30am-7:30pm, Sa 9am-6pm, Su 12pm-5pm (During the Winter months we are open until 7pm | Our office is open for pick up and drop off on all major holidays between the hours of 10am - 2pm.)
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Home Park, Northeast
Jack and Henry have become regulars there with all the traveling we do, and they know as soon as I start packing their bags that they are in for a treat. They both get so excited and cannot wait to get out the door. Every one of the staff has been more than accommodating and beyond friendly. It is so comforting to know how well taken care of our dogs are and how much they love it at Atlanta Dog Spa. I have recommended it to many of my friends and they have had the same experience. The staff, the facility, the philosophy are topnotch. I hope we never have to leave!!! Thank you so much!!!
Sarah, – Boomer's Birthday will go down in history as one of the most brillant fundraisers of all time. Your creativity coupled with your enthusiasm to give your clients the best appreciation party will not be forgotten. Thank you for helping me solicit funds for Homeless Pets. You are a talented lady! I am happy our paths have crossed. Thanks for being such a great friend. Happy Birthday Boomer! P.S. Duchess is Exhausted!
My boxer, Simms and I love the Atlanta Dog Spa!!! – Simms can't wait to get there each day to see his canine friends and the staff who take wonderful care of each and every dog. I can spend a long day at work knowing that my boy is well cared for, getting his exercise and having fun!!!
Boarders BEWARE – I came home from a trip a day early to find my dog wet and filty, her bed and toy covered with urine and feces and her front paws injured and cut after spending 2 nights at the dog spa. When I brought her home she was extremely hungry, thirsty and lethargic. She spent the rest of the day licking her wounded paws. The employees refused to show me the crate where she had been kept, they offered no explanation for why she was soaking wet, and did not see a problem with her spending the night covered in her own waste. This was the second time her bed had been soiled during a stay with atlanta dog spa even though she is completely housebroken. She has boarded at Barking Hound twice without any accidents or soiling her bed in recent months. I feel terrible for giving atlanta dog spa another opportunity, and I will never do it again. The owner did not see any problem with the condition of the dog and told me that if I wasn't happy, I should take her back to Barking Hound. I will. I feel extremely lucky that my dog is only acting slightly traumatized from the experience and is suffering only from two hurt, bloody paws instead of something much more serious.
this is extremely unfair review. The dog was known to dig in her water bowl and that is how her paws were wet.
We bathed the dog and blew dry her out for the client.
The dog did not have any injuries or bloody paws. That is slander, defamation and just a complete over exageration of the truth. The dog was actually a regular doggie daycare particpant and loved the Atlanta Dog Spa. It is a shame that this person would write such a review that is not true.
Pups Jump for Joy on Atlanta Dog Spa Day – Since early 2004, when we rescued “DICE,” our Samoyed-Border Collie mix as a young puppy, all 6 members of our family – human and canine alike – have regularly and with great enthusiasm relished the days set aside for Doggie Day Care at the Atlanta Dog Spa. In fact, most every morning the humans get an “ask”…from the canines...”Is it Friday…? Are we going to the Spa today…?” They literally jump for joy when they hear the leashes jangling…knowing that this is NOT just another walk around the block.
In 2006, immediately before a scheduled road trip to New England with our pack of 3, we inherited a 6-year old minature Dashund – MARY KAY - whose previous care-giver had NOT provided house training for her. We could not risk including her on the trip and compromising all our accommodations along the way…so we concluded the answer was boarding her at the Atlanta Dog Spa. Even though it was most difficult to say good-bye to her, it was the best decision we ever made for her benefit. Not only did she receive marvelous and loving care for three weeks…but she also gained some ground on her house training. We called the Spa numerous times and received knowledgeable and objective reports of how Mary Kay was doing from the very professional and “hands-on” staff. Upon our return we were a little anxious, but immediately realized that she had experienced expert and careful attention…yet she was still happy to see her forever folks. MK bonded with a number of the staff at the Spa and it became very obvious to us that she MUST continue to attend doggie-day care to see her “peeps” on an regular basis. She loves the fact that there is a high level of employee retention at the Atlanta Dog Spa...so that she can enjoy long term affection from her caregivers.
All our experiences at the Spa have been positive, and it has been most helpful to us to have folks that care about animal welfare taking an objective look each week at our pets and making positive recommendations for their grooming, care and doggie well-being.
So…it’s like Pavlov’s Dog Experiment…we keep coming back for all the good value we receive at the Atlanta Dog Spa!
Not Impressed – I boarded my dog here based on the fancy advertisements. I picked up a sick pup who had lost weight while there. I spent a few hundred dollars in vet bills and what upsets me the most is they never called me to let me know anything was going on. In fact, they denied that anything had been off. However, picking up a pet a week later who has lost more than 2 pounds and is having loose stool and vomiting is something going on. Additionally, a friend went to board her dog and was turned away because her dog "looked like a pit bull". There are so many better places in Atlanta that will actually care for your dogs, no matter what they look like.
Could you please tell us the name of your dog because we are not aware of a dog losing weight here while boarding or throwing up. Did you call our office to let us know? We always call clients if their dog has loose stool or is not eating. We pride ourselves on communicating with our clients.
The Ritz Carleton for Dogs!!! – After trying several different business to board our two dogs, we found Atlanta Dog Spa and our search was over. Sarah and her staff catered to our dogs like no one has ever done before. Our dogs look forward to visiting Sarah and her staff every two weeks. We feel that Atlanta Dog Spa is the best place in Atlanta for our dogs to have a "home away from home".
A home away from home – I've been bringing my dog to the Atlanta Dog Spa ever since I adopted him from the Atlanta Humane Society, right across the street. I checked a few other local doggie day care facilities in the neighborhood before choosing Atlanta Dog Spa, and this one, by far was the best! Several grassy areas for the dogs to play, webcams in every room. My dog LOVES it there...and they love him too! I would take him there every single day if I had the disposable income. :)
The Atlanta Dog Spa is definitely a home away from home for my pup. xo
Great place to leave your dog – Recently, we had to board our family pet, a Rottweiler, Moose, for well over a month due to a family emergency. Not only was it difficult with heartache and worry with the family situation, but having to board our family dog, Moose for as long as we did was difficult too. We did take a tour of Atlanta Dog Spa before leaving our dog for such an extended period of time and found the place to be spotless and I'm a very picky individual as my home is very spotless even though my kids and Moose, who is an indoor dog most of the time can be a handful. On top of that he has his own room and around the clock hands on care by a staff of dog lovers who truly enjoy what they do. If there are any concerns or worries ever, having a webcam that's accessible 24/7 should alleviate any concerns. I recently recommended Atlanta Dog Spa to some close friends of mine who are going away for spring break and have two maltese dogs who are going to be leaving their babies there as well knowing they will be in good hands.
Best place for my pups! – I love the Atlanta Dog Spa and so do my doggies Biscuit & Rudy. If it were up to them they would be there every day! The staff is so friendly and genuinely loves each and every dog that goes there - and they somehow remember the name of each dog! They have tons of space and I love that they have doggie webcams. I highly recommend the Atlanta Dog Spa!
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