Soon in SA – five-star hotel for your dogs!

Image 1Cape Town’s first-ever five-star dog hotel, atFrits Dog Hotel & Daycare Centre, will be opening very soon. As of 1 December 2015, your four-legged friends will be able to rest their weary paws in style while on the road with their humans.

Founder of atFrits, Yanic Klue, says, “There is a great need for a good dog care facility in South Africa who really takes the responsibility of looking after your beloved pet very seriously. We have put strict security measures in place, which allow you to monitor your dog at all times. This means you can see what they eat, where they play and when they return form their morning walk. Owners can relax and get on with their day, knowing that we are passionate about the well-being of their pets.”

atFrits is your canine companion’s gateway to doggie heaven. The hotel offers tailored packages to suit your best friend’s specific needs. Hotel facilities include round-the-clock care, a salon and spa, a retail store, gourmet meals from our a la carte menu, DSTV, webcams allowing owners to monitor their pets’ stay 24/7, themed movie nights, a snack bar and a vet to keep your pooch’s nose wet and his tail wagging until you return. Whether it’s a socialising session, going for their daily 45-minute walk in nearby dog parks, taking a nap in one of the luxurious private suites or simply getting a ‘pet-dicure’ at a doggie spa – atFrits is a one-stop shop for your dog.

For more information check out www.atfritsdoghotel.com.

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