Dog Vacay turns one

Dog boarding is awesome thanks to WWW.DOGVACAY.COM  Photo: Pam Marks

WASHINGTON, February 28, 2013 — Why should humans have all the fun? That’s the motto of, a unique service offering dog owners piece of mind while out of town. DogVacay has thousands of vetted and insured dog lovers across the country ready to watch your dog like a member of their own family.

On March 1, 2013, DogVacay celebrates a year of providing a safe, convenient and affordable alternative to the traditional kennel. Dogs love the service because they receive personal attention and affection in a cage-free environment. Owners can get away for business or pleasure knowing their beloved dog will be spoiled. To date, experienced and qualified hosts have provided more than 80,000 sleep-overs, enough to fill Madison Square Gardens 4.2 times!       

Rates start at only $15 a night and all reservations include complimentary insurance, 25/7 customer support, daily photo updates, and a 100% money back guarantee.

To find a host in your area, go to Use this code: 1BLISSDOG, and get $10.00 off on your first booking!  


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As a consumer dog product and service expert, Susan Hartzler is up to date on the latest trends for dogs and their guardians. Dogs are her passion; so naturally, the subject is something she knows about from both a personal and professional basis.

An award winning writer, Hartzler is a contributor to New World Library’s “Dogs And The Women Who Love Them,” an Oprah pick, and Simon & Schuster’s best selling “Divinity of Dogs.” A short story she wrote about her first therapy dog, Baldwin, was published in Animal Wellness Magazine and awarded the Angel on a Leash Award from the Dog Writer’s Association of America.  Hartzler has developed a loyal following of dog lovers for her serial blog,, a personal journey about dogs and men. She and her dog Bliss are a therapy dog team and visit children in the oncology ward at County USC Medical Center. For more information, please visit


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