More than half of all dogs and cats in the U.S. are considered overweight or obese, according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention. An estimated 41 million dogs tip the scales as overweight or obese, a condition that can negatively impact canine health.
To help keep dogs fit and trim, the Morris Animal Inn (www.morrisanimalinn.com)
“Staying active and mentally stimulated are so beneficial for the health and well-being of pets,” said Joanne Morris, vice president of the Morris Animal Inn. “Our Fitness Camp is more like a vigorous spa retreat than a canine boot camp. Our holistic approach ensures that our four-legged guests will come away feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and ready to stay active in the New Year.”
Program offerings will be individually tailored to meet the particular needs of each dog, with some sessions overseen by a personal trainer and others offered in a group setting.
Morris Animal Inn recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation and expansion. The state-of-the-
Located on a quiet country lane with over 12 acres, the new facility was designed to provide for both the comfort and safety of all pet guests. Morris Animal Inn is climate-controlled with purified air, smoke and sprinkler systems, back-up generators, 24-hour surveillance cameras and the capability for daily floor-to-ceiling sanitizing for the cleanest environment. Perimeter fencing encloses the facility.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FIT AND SPAW RETREAT:
Nature Trail Hikes
Healthy Fruit Smoothies
Reservations for the “Fit and Spaw” Retreat are $49 per day or $199 for the week and must be made in advance by calling 973-539-0377 ext. 5. For information, visit www.morrisanimalinn.com.
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ABOUT MORRIS ANIMAL INN
Morris Animal Inn is a full-service, luxury pet resort for dogs and cats located in Morristown, NJ. Established in 1960, the country inn was recently renovated and expanded into a state-of-the-