680 Rhode Island Ave, NE
From District Dogs:
“We’re growing… again! District Dogs is adding a fourth facility to our lineup of locations throughout DC. Located on Rhode Island Ave, this new facility will be our largest space yet and our first space in Northeast DC. It has been our pleasure to serve pets and their owners throughout much of the city, and we’re thrilled to bring our extensive menu of services to clients looking for dog daycare, boarding, grooming, and training in NOMA, Eckington, Brookland, and the rest of NE DC.
This fourth space will be twice the size of any previous District Dogs facility and will enable us to offer our exceptional services to more dogs than ever before. Larger playrooms mean more room for fun, while an expanded grooming space provides the perfect place for your dog to enjoy some post-play pampering. A bigger private training room will allow for an even greater range of activities and achievements in our dog training classes. District Dogs Northeast will also feature a 1500 square-foot private event space–that’s almost the same size as our entire Park View location! All that extra space means the Rhode Island Avenue outpost will serve as the flagship home for our ever-expanding training and event offerings.
Aside from the extra amenities for your pups, the new District Dogs will boast plenty of features to make humans happy. Free parking spaces for clients will ensure pick-up and drop-off are hassle-free–as will a dedicated elevator to and from the parking garage. An expansive lobby with a seating area and entry-way vestibule for safety gives owners plenty of room to relax when checking in/out or waiting to pick up their buddy from a spa session or play date.
We’re pawsitive you and your dogs will be all smiles and wags about our newest location and can’t wait to welcome you there. Although we’re in the early phases, our goal is to open this newest addition in late 2021 or early 2022. Stay tuned for more announcements, sneak peeks, and insight on the new features and services to come at our Northeast DC outpost!”
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