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Barx Parx creating lasting impact on the dog community

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November 08, 2019 By Barx Parx

Barx Parx in Las Vegas is a place where dogs and puppies can sleep, play and more. With a maximum staff ratio of one person to every twelve dogs, Barx Parx has the best staff to dog ratio in Las Vegas. A great staff ratio ensures the furriest of friends get all the attention they crave in a safe environment.

“It’s honestly one big cuddle fest,” said Barx Parx owner Jen Freet. “Our goal is to provide the lowest stress environment for them while their pet parents are away. Kennels and cages stacked on top of each other with dogs barking all night long is extremely stressful for the pups and they also pick up bad habits when they go back home.”

Freet understands what it means to be a dog parent and the challenges of keeping her dogs safe and well. Because of this, every dog has to have proof that all vaccines are up to date. Additionally, each dog’s temperament is checked before they are introduced to their new furry friends, so the likelihood that everyone gets along is maximized.

Barx Parx Rangers are hired only after a thorough interview process and training.

“A select few will be chosen for working interviews to see how they interact with the dogs and their people before we actually hire them,” Freet said. “Once they are hired, we fully train all our staff on dog behavior, dog communication, pet first aid and CPR.”

Barx Parx has been incredibly lucky to attract some amazing animal lovers to bring on staff.

Barx Parx is more than a doggy daycare, but also a destination. They offer kennel-free puppy sleepovers, training, self-wash tubs and event rentals for nearly any party dog owners can think of to celebrate their four-legged friends.

The indoor dog park located at 8868 S. Eastern Ave Suite 115, keeps pets safe from the hot Las Vegas sun, brisk wind and other inclement weather. The park is divided into two sections; one for large active dogs and another for smaller or older dogs that need a more relaxed atmosphere. While the dogs are playing, their humans can enjoy a craft beer and socialize with other dog enthusiasts.

“Our customers have turned into our extended family,” Freet said. “The impact we are having on the dog community is huge and it shows as they spread the word about what we are doing.”

Barx Parx also offers kennel-free boarding for a low-stress place for dogs and puppies to relax while their humans are away on vacation or business. Barx Parx Rangers will feed them meals, give them any prescribed medications and offer plenty of belly rubs and petting. The dogs always have 24-hour supervision with staff members actually sleeping with the dogs in the yard.

Potential members can come by for one of the special events such as music bingo, holiday parties and the happy hour between 4 and 8 p.m. every Friday and Saturday. Attending Barx Parx with your furry family is as easy as visiting BarxParx.com/register to start the process.

“Our facility is a 21 plus establishment that provides dogs a clean, climate controlled and safe place to burn off their energy,” Freet said. “To us, our dogs are family and they always come first at Barx Parx.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Barx Parx. For more information, go to barxparx.com.


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