Fun Fact: A dog's shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running.
ADOGO Pet Hotel is the preferred pet hotel of Land Rover Minneapolis. Come Celebrate the opening of the ADOGO Dog Park (with K9 Grass) at Land Rover Minneapolis on Thursday, January 26th from 6pm – 8pm Their will be food … Continue reading
ADOGO is working with Patrick Nau photography to set up 20 minute sessions with you and your dog for the perfect Valentine photos. ADOGO is hosting this event Saturday, February 4th, so call Patrick Nau at 612-722-7911 to make an … Continue reading
Its that time again for Dogs Day at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum! The event is $25 per dog and is being held on April 23rd from 9am to 1pm and will include a 3 mile walk, prize drawings, and pet … Continue reading
People always comment and think it’s funny to see the dogs sun bathing in the windows when they drive by. Our guests love to lay on the window sills and sun bathe. Lizzie, one of our regulars can usually be … Continue reading
Thank you everyone for coming to ADOGO over Spring Break! We had a wonderful time and hope you did too : ) Check out Facebook for some new photos that we took over break.
The Choice crew came to ADOGO today to help out around the facility. Our lobbies and bathrooms look fantastic! Choice, Inc., founded in 1969, is a private nonprofit organization serving the needs of adults with developmental disabilities in Hennepin and … Continue reading
By TODD NELSON, Special to the Star Tribune Former Carlson hotel executive and lifelong dog lover John Sturgess aims to teach the pet industry some new tricks with Adogo Pet Hotel, a premium boarding and day care facility in Minnetonka. … Continue reading
One of our favorite regular guests, Snoopy, his dad Mark just got called up and is playing for the Twins tonight! Make sure to watch FS-N and cheer him on. Go Twins!
When your dog comes to ADOGO, they get a LOT of exercise! That’s why dogs love our quiet time! Three times a day we turn off the lights, turn on classical dog music (Through A Dog’s Ear), and we always … Continue reading