Michigan’s First Indoor Dog Park is Open
Michigan finally has a place for dogs to call their own.
The first indoor dog park is open Michigan. The Pack opened their doors on Monday after a few delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. The park, located in Comstock, Michigan, will offer a indoor, climate-controlled environment that can be used for both winter months and during the heat of summer.
According to their website, The Pack will provide not only a place for your fur babies to run free and play, but also a few other added services. They will have half and full-day doggie daycare, and a outdoor patio for those warmer days.
The Pack will also have dining and bar service once indoor dining reopens in the state that includes food along with craft beers, ciders, and canned alcoholic beverages at the bar. The menu will feature everything from breakfast sandwiches to pizza.
All dogs will need to have proof of updated shots and will undergo a screening/ temperament evaluation once registering. Dogs will also need to be at least 6 months old and spayed or neutered. Dogs will be flagged during first few visits for staff to ensure suitability for group play.
The Pack rates are as follows:
Dog Park options:
Yearly Membership - $200
5-visit punch card - $30
Half-day - $15
Full-day - $30
You can register your dog and make a reservation on their website. If you don't have a fur baby of your own, still stop by! You don't need to be a member to just go and watch the dogs play.
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