Club Pet International

Club Pet International When you are finally ready to take that long awaited vacation, your pet will be in good hands with us! A Hotel so exclusive that we do not accept people!
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Club Pet International is a First Class Hotel for Pets of all kinds. We opened our exclusive resort-style pet boarding facility on January 1, 1990 as the first Luxury Pet Boarding facility in the northern Virgina/Washington DC metropolitan area. We were the first boarding facility in the area to provide individual runs, not cages, for all of our canine guests! Club Pet International has been featured in Time Magazine as one of the Top Nine Boarding Facilities in the Nation, and was previously voted “Best Dog Spa” in the Washington DC metropolitan area by readers of Washingtonian Magazine.

11/05/2019
Club Pet International

Club Pet International

Sorry, are main phone lines are down! You may reach us at
703-327-4969

11/05/2019

Sorry, are main phone lines are down! You may reach us at
703-327-4969

11/02/2019

PLEASE STOP BY OUR LOCATION AND FILL OUT AN APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION!
WE HAVE OPEN INTERVIEWS SUNDAY-THURSDAY!

Any questions about this job please call 703-471-7818 and ask for store manager PeggyJo

Job Requirements:
Must be able to work most weekends and holidays!
Must be able to lift 50lbs+
Have reliable transportation
Able to work long hours (6:30am-6:30pm Mon-Sat, 6:30am-4pm Sun)
Love dogs and pets of all kinds

11/02/2019

PLEASE STOP BY OUR LOCATION TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION!
WE HAVE OPEN INTERVIEWS SUNDAY-THURSDAY!
Any questions about this job please call 703-471-7818 and ask for store manager PeggyJo.

Requirements:
Basic Pet Care Experience is preferred but not required

Must be able to work weekends and major holidays

Must be able to lift 50+ lbs

Have reliable transportation

Able to work long hours (Operating hours are 6:30am-6:00pm Mon-Sat, 6:30am-4pm Sun)

Must Love dogs and pets of all kinds!

06/18/2019

Book your pets 4th of July stay today. Spots are filling up.

06/15/2019

If you can’t reach us on the main number you can call 703-327-4969

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06/12/2019
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Thoughts? Art?

When Your Teacher Keeps Saying You Can’t Draw Cats, But Your Paintings Are Photorealistic

06/12/2019

OK folks, our lines are down again. You can call 703-327-4969

06/07/2019

Hello everyone. Our phones are back on!

06/06/2019
Club Pet International

Club Pet International

Hi out there. Some of our phone lines are out. You can still call us at 703-327-4969

06/06/2019

Hi out there. Some of our phone lines are out. You can still call us at 703-327-4969

Now this is love!
05/22/2019

Now this is love!

05/19/2019
03/09/2019

Help Your Dog Cope with House Guests
Now it’s time to introduce some distractions. Cue your dog to go to his “Place” then get out some toys or throw some treats on the floor near him. You may want to use your leash for this exercise in case your dog leaves his “Place” to go for the distractions. If Rover remains in his “Place” with the distractions tempting him, reinforce him with “Yes!” and lots of cookies. Your dog has made a decision that it is more rewarding to stay in his “Place” then to go for the distractions.

After you’ve worked this exercise several times then you can enlist the help of someone to start ringing your doorbell. When the doorbell rings, cue your dog to go to his “Place”. Again, because this is a new distraction you may need to use your leash to gently keep Rover in his “Place” when he hears the doorbell. Reinforce your dog with “Yes!” and lots of cookies for staying in “Place” when the doorbell rings. Practice this as many times as it takes for your dog to easily go to his place when you cue him.

03/02/2019

Help Your Dog Cope with House Guests
Continue to work on leash and cue Rover to go to his “Place”, walk him over to it and reinforce him for sitting or standing on it. At this point you will need to work on distance and duration. If Rover tries to leave his “Place” without your releasing him then simply use your leash to gently stop him from going anywhere. If your dog tries to leave and then decides to stay in “Place” say “Yes!” and reward him with many dog treats. This is because your dog has made a decision to stay in “Place” and is beginning to understand what you’re teaching him.

Once Rover understands what “Place” is, start working him off leash. You’ll want to train him to go to his “Place” on verbal cue when there are very few distractions. Cue him to go to his “Place”, reward him for doing so and then allow him to sit or stand there for several minutes. Be sure to release your Rover with “Ok!” so that your dog knows when it’s ok for him to leave his “Place”.

02/23/2019

Help Your Dog Cope with House Guests
Next let’s look at sending Rover to go find his “Place.” This takes a few more steps but in the end worth the efforts. Once you’ve chosen what your Rover’s “Place” will be you’ll want to introduce him to it on his leash. Walk your dog over to his “Place” and have him sit or stand on it. If you’re using a crate, then you’ll have to get the dog into the crate.

When Rover is in his “Place” say “Yes!” and give him a cookie. Release Rover with “Ok!” and walk him away from his “Place”. Repeat this several times and now it is time to introduce a verbal cue for “Place”. Use whatever word you are comfortable with but make sure it’s not a word that you use for something else.

Training Your Dog to stay | Blog | Club Pet International
02/20/2019
Training Your Dog to stay | Blog | Club Pet International

Training Your Dog to stay | Blog | Club Pet International

One of the most difficult commands for you dog to learn will be the ‘Stay’ command.  This command is easiest taught in stages and must be very well defined.

02/16/2019

Help Your Dog Cope with House Guests
Let’s start with someone coming to the door. The leash and treats are your best friend in this situation. Have someone ring the bell or knock on the door. Put the leash on your dog, ask your dog to sit and step on the leash. Say “Off” and when your dog is calm say “Yes” and give your dog a treat. Once Rover is calm then should you open the door and interact with the visitor. It is important to practice this several times in a row and do it for several days so that whenever anyone approaches the door your dog will have built up a memory bank of correct behavior. The more times you can enable Rover to perform this behavior successfully the more his responses will be in the future.

02/13/2019
02/09/2019

Help Your Dog Cope with House Guests

We know sometimes having your friends and family over can be hectic and can send your furbaby into a frenzy and sensory overload. Here are a few helpful tips to get Rover ready for your house guests.

Good manners are skills that need to be practiced time and time again in order to be effective. This is as true for humans as it is for dogs. If you take ten minutes a day to train your dog on a particular skill, you and your dog will be rewarded many times over.

01/29/2019

Here are a few things that are safe for your dog to eat:

• raw carrots
• broccoli
• bit of well-cooked white meat chicken or turkey

Feed pets only reasonable amounts of any safe people-food treats. Be sure you know what ingredients are in the foods you’re letting your pets eat.

01/29/2019

Hello Facebook fans. It just started snowing here. For all your pets that need to be groomed afterwards, I am giving a 20% discount from now until 2/10/2019. Just print out this post and bring it upon check in.
thanks, and stay warm

01/25/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
PUMPKIN AND SWEET POTATO PIE

Pumpkin and sweet potatoes are just fine for pets, in-fact, veterinarians often recommend raw pumpkin to settle a nervous digestive system. The problem arises when it is made into a pie or casserole.

Most recipes for pumpkin pie and sweet potato pie call for nutmeg and cinnamon. Nutmeg contains a toxin called myristicin, which in large amounts can cause seizures and problems with the central nervous system. Cinnamon if ingested in large powdered amounts or via an essential oil, can cause diarrhea, liver disease, vomiting and low blood sugar. Dogs that eat too much can even die. So it is best to steer clear of these for your pets Thanksgiving plate.

01/18/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
BREAD DOUGH AND CAKE BATTER
Remember what happens to dough when it gets warm? It rises. And you don’t want that happening inside the stomach of a dog or cat. There will be vomiting and painful abdominal bloating. Bread dough and cake batter also often contain raw eggs, which can carry salmonella. Neither pets nor humans should eat these things in their raw state.
Yes, cookie dough batter, I’m talking to you, too. Sorry.

01/17/2019

Hello, any Federal employee affected by the shutdown will receive A 50% discount off of boarding!

01/15/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE

While regular green beans might make a nice, healthy snack for your pet, once you add ingredients like mushroom soup or a fried onion topping, you make this into a dish that you done want dogs and cats to partake in.

01/11/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
CRANBERRY SAUCE

Cranberries themselves are fine for pets. Cranberries fight urinary tract infections and contain a number of healthy vitamins. When cranberries are turned into a holiday sauce, it turns into something that really isn’t a good idea to share with your fur baby. A lot of sauces contain sugar or high fructose corn syrup, or raisins or nuts (walnuts and macadamia nuts are especially not good for animals). There are too many hidden potentials to make cranberry sauce a good thing to give your pet.

01/08/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
STUFFING AND GRAVY

The ingredients that go into gravies and stuffing can be a cornucopia of toxicity for dogs and cats. Ingredients such as mushrooms, onions, sage, leeks, chives, garlic, scallions, pepper along with a variety of other ingredients, are toxic to their systems. Some can make your pets feel uncomfortable, some give them upset tummies, some affect their central nervous system, while others can actually kill them. Best just to stay away from sharing.

01/04/2019

FOODS THAT YOUR DOG SHOULDN’T EAT
TURKEY SKIN, UNDERCOOKED MEAT AND TURKEY BONSE

Feeding pets small bits of white meat, the leanest type of meat, is fine. However, don’t offer your dog or cat any turkey skin. The skin has been seasoned and basted, etc, it has been soaking up flavors that may be toxic to your dog and cat.

Never feed cooked bones to your pets. At best, they can cause vomiting, at the worst, they splinter easily, injuring or even puncture the stomach and intestines. Ouch….

Salmonella is a real threat if you toss your pet a piece of raw or undercooked meat.

01/01/2019

Address

43743 John Mosby Hwy
Chantilly, VA
20152

General information

Club Pet International is staffed by experienced and fully trained pet care professionals, many of whom have been in the pet boarding industry for more than 20 years! We have personnel available on site 24/7 to meet your pet’s needs 24 hours a day, including special needs, diets or administering medications. Air Club for Pets is our Pet Relocation Specialist brand, providing expert and attentive humane pet shipping services both domestically and around the world. We invite you to visit our facility for a tour and experience the quality service and special attention your pet deserves. Club Pet International provides your pet with the same high level of service that you expect to receive at your Resort Hotel! Club Pet International is a member of the IPATA, the International Pet and Animal Transportation Association, an international nonprofit association of pet shippers who are advocates for the humane and safe transport of pets as they are relocated by domestic and international carriers. Club Pet International is registered and certified with the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and adheres to the rules and regulations of the USDA’s Animal Welfare Act.

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 18:00
Thursday 07:00 - 18:00
Friday 07:00 - 18:00
Saturday 07:00 - 18:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(703) 327-4969

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