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Very Important Paws

  • Pet Boarding
418 Park Place
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 366-9000
(561) 366-9001 (fax)
Hours:
Monday thru Friday 7am-7pm, Saturday 8am- 6pm, Sunday 1130am-1pm

About Us

Since 2004 Very Important Paws has been giving your best friend as much love, care and attention as you do! It was out of our admiration for our canine friends that we envisioned a doggy day care, read more
  • About

    Since 2004 Very Important Paws has been giving your best friend as much love, care and attention as you do! It was out of our admiration for our canine friends that we envisioned a doggy day care, spa, and hotel that is much more attractive to dogs than sitting at home or in a drab kennel all day waiting for you to return.

    This idea took off faster than we could imagine. 365 days a year, for twelve hours a day, we have dogs playing, romping, jumping, running, getting exercise and socializing with other dogs. Supervised by our dedicated staff overnight, our dog hotel is pure fun.

    While most dogs return home after a day of play, our doggy guests return to their hotel suites for a good nights rest until the next day of play. Our doggy hotel is designed to be more soothing for your dogs while they are away from their home than a traditional kennel or boarding facility. You won’t find cages or chain link fence in our luxurious hotel, we use tempered glass for our doors, and we can cater to any requests.

    What luxurious get-a-way would be complete without a spa? That’s right- while your furry friend enjoys their stay at VIP Paws they can also catch up on their grooming. We have a full grooming salon with the most gentle and professional staff in town.

    Very Important Paws also offers a variety of training including puppy training, group training classes, and even private training lessons. Dog obedience plays a huge part in working together to keep dogs out of shelters. Most of the dogs who end up in the shelters just needed a little training.

  • Directions

    2 blocks south of The Norton Museum head west on Park Place- first building on left