Boca Raton Resort & Club Debuts Dog-Friendly Program

Boca Raton Resort & Club

Pet parents won't have to leave their beloved pooch at home, anymore. Boca Raton Resort & Club, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, has launched it Paws in Paradise program, allowing guests to enjoy all of the resort’s services with their dog by their side. The pet-friendly program includes welcome amenities, signature spa treatments, dining options and an in-house veterinarian.

Hays, the resort's "Canine Director"
and puppy-in-training

At check-in, pets will be greeted by Hays, the resort’s puppy-in-training, in addition to receiving a welcome letter from the “Canine Director,” water and food bowls, a luxury dog bed, and access to the dog park at the Bungalows. For events and conferences, the Resort and Club offers the Puppies & Ice Cream Breakout Session, where attendees can interact with service animals.

As an added service, the resort provides dog sitting and walking, dog “Nanny Cams” available to rent, and resort-branded wardrobe accessories. In partnership with Chateau Poochie, a local, full-service luxury canine hotel, Boca Raton Resort & Club will also provide guests’ pets with grooming and spa treatments, doggy daycare social lounge play, and five-star overnight boarding. The Chateau Poochie limo offers both pickup and drop off for its canine guests.

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Tim Mullally, canine trainer and president of A Dog’s Best Friend, a positive obedience school in South Florida, has created a series of walking routes on property for dogs and their owners, ranging from garden and waterfront paths to exercise routes for those that desire a longer walk. Additionally, Mullally will offer guests on-site training and a comprehensive resource list to enhance the dog and owner’s stay.

To ensure the safety and health of all dogs on-property, Boca Raton Resort & Club offers its members and guests access to the property’s exclusive veterinary services. The resort’s Veterinarian Concierge, Dr. Tanis Whyte, will provide care for pet medical needs by appointment. The resort and club also provides a full dog park with designated pet relief stations, luxurious dog beds, and custom-made dog accessories. Additionally, the Boca Beach Club offers paddle boards for dogs and their owners so they can enjoy the ocean together.

The $150 one-time, non-refundable fee includes dog-friendly room service, daily tuck-in service, dining options at Shaka and 501 East Terrace as well as access to the marina, resort shuttle, and designated pet relief stations in the Tower, Yacht Club and Cloister.

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