BVSPCA in Georgetown creates luxury pet resort to bring income for animal care rescue

GEORGETOWN, Del. – A new resort is opening up in Delaware but it’s not for humans, it’s for their furry friends.

The Brandywine Valley SPCA has turned part of their Animal Rescue Center, known as ARC, into a luxury daycare and boarding facility.

It includes indoor and outdoor playgrounds, private suites, in-suite television, bubble baths, and playgroups. They also provide luxury services include cat condos and they can receive specialty treats with a la carte options. They also have essential oil aroma therapy to distress the animals.

All of the money, will directly benefit the rescue center, where they care for cruelty survivors and disaster victims. Their director, Walt Fenstermacher says, “So by bringing in a different way to support the life saving work we do at the ARC, we decided that eastern shore pet resort would be a nice way to bring to the community to also bring in dollars for that life saving work.”

Since opening up in July, they have helped over 500 animals. Right now, they even have puppies from a meat farm in South Korea.

The pet resort will be open for the public on Saturday and their grand opening will be February 23rd.

They do have different package deals and to make an appointment, you can call 302-777-PLAY.

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