August News Letter

July 29th, 2022

      just ANNOUNCED paws & BREW!

Did you say Beer & Pets?! The Ark Pet Spa & Hotel Presents Paws & Brew! Saturday, September 24th we will have a fun-filled event with Drinks, Food, and PETS! Join us at the Naked River Brewing Company downtown right across from Finley Stadium. We will have so many Free goodies, Free Beer and Free Food! Our friends in Snapdragon Hemp will be celebrating as well! We can't wait to see you and your furry friends!


TOP 5 trails for dogs | chattanooga

Harrison Bay State Park

Harrison Bay State Park is a 1,200-acre park situated along the banks of Chickamauga Lake in Harrison. The park offers three trails, all easy to moderate in difficulty. The Bay Point Loop Trail is a 4.5-mile trek, the Lakeshore Nature Trail is a 1-mile loop, and there is a short 0.5-mile loop trail near the marina. Leashed dogs are welcome to partake of these trails with their humans.

Big Soddy Creek Gulf

Big Soddy Creek Gulf, located in Soddy-Daisy, offers flat and easy hiking on an old mining road along beautiful Big Soddy Creek. Hike 1.2 miles to the confluence of Board Camp Creek with Big Soddy Creek to enjoy some wilderness solitude. Along the way, enjoy a small waterfall tumbling over a rock wall and a small beach area for wading and skipping rocks. Big Soddy Creek Gulf connects with the Cumberland Trail beyond Board Camp Creek.

Laurel-Snow State Natural Area

The Laurel-Snow State Natural Area, located near Dayton, is named after its two featured waterfalls: Laurel Falls (80 feet) and Snow Falls (35 feet). The area also includes a short section of the main Cumberland Trail, which takes you to a 150-foot bridge. Furry friends will enjoy the 4.8-mile round-trip hike to Laurel Falls along the Laurel Falls spur trail, which follows Richland Creek upstream.

South Cumberland State Park 

South Cumberland State Park consists of nine sections of park located within four Tennessee counties: Grundy, Marion, Sequatchie, and Franklin. The park offers a wide variety of trails that feature waterfalls, scenic overlooks, rock outcrops, and, in general, beautiful places to enjoy the great outdoors. Dogs are allowed on trails within the park but must be kept on a leash.


Located within the Chilhowee Recreation Area, part of the Cherokee National Forest, the trail to Benton Falls is an easy 3-mile round-trip hike. During warmer months, your furry friends will enjoy cooling off in the shallow pools at the bottom of the falls.

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Whether you're traveling for long periods of time or just for the night, send your furry friend on vaction to the Ark! You can even watch your pets being spoiled and having a great time on our LIVE pet cams, at all three of our locations!


Working all day or just simply don't want to leave your pet at home? We also proved day long recreation playing in out daycare! Daycare and boarding dogs play together, in their assigned play groups. Your pet will quickly make best friends with other frequent daycare dogs, and look forward to coming to play!


The Ark's full services spa is sure to leave your pet happy and refreshed. When its comes to grooming we want your dog to feel and walk like a champion. Our groomers offer many different types of spa packages to choose from!


Slobberbones Bakery & Market was created to proved customers and their pets with the best all natural pet food. treats, and supplements as well as unique pet toys and merchandise.


We have built a reputation for providing premier pet care services by ensuring we have the industry's most living and well-trained crews. Every location is crewed by caring, attentive, and well-trained crew members.

Our crew members can expect to work in rewarding, positive environments with access to the best pet care and customer service training. If you are passionate about pets and customer service, The Ark Pet Spa & Hotel may be a wonderful fit for you!


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