The Ark Pet Spa And Hotel Coming To The Southside

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The Ark Pet Spa & Hotel, a locally owned and operated franchise company, has begun work on its fourth location in Chattanooga on the “Southside”.

"With the rapid growth of Southside’s residential population, along with St. Elmo’s continued popularity we have decided to bring in our award winning pet services. This location, 1957 Reggie White Blvd., formally the “Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church,” is a perfect location for the immediate neighborhoods, along with being within a beeline of Lookout Mountain residents and Riverfront Parkway developments," officials said.

The “Ark Southside” will specialize in complete pet hospitality, offering Free Play “Doggy Daycare,” overnight “Pet Boarding” and award-winning “Pet Grooming.” Pets of all kinds are welcome.

"We are also excited to bring Slobberbones Bakery & Market to this location as an additional conveyance to our customers," officials said. "The building will be a class 'A' pet hotel with a loving and well trained crew prepared to care for your furry loved ones. We are planning to be open within the month of March, just in time for your summer vacation plans."

“We are so excited to be a part of this very dynamic area of Chattanooga and thrilled to be able to enhance their pet’s lives, along with providing a beneficial service to their parents,” said Jay Floyd, owner & CEO.


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