Dubai is getting a $10 million luxury resort exclusively for small dogs. The facility will indoor pools, relaxation areas, and an extensive play space.

It’s always a great day to be a dog, but to be a dog in Dubai just got paw-some!! Canine Care Center My Second Home is improving our furry friends’ lives with an exclusive daycare and boarding facility tailored to small dogs. Part of a $10 million expansion initiative, the center will be a haven for little pups with exciting aquatic features, relaxation zones, and plenty of play areas. Called Little Gems by My Second Home, the facility will spread across 46,000 square feet, giving pets a five-star boarding’ experience.

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The resort-style facility will open around Christmas at Dubai Investments Park 2 (DIP 2) this year. Expect all the luxuries at the furry paws of your canine, from convenient drop-off and pick-up services to mingling with 300 dogs daily, grooming, and training by the best in the business. “The upsurge in pet ownership during the pandemic – particularly of smaller dog breeds and cats – has created huge demand – which we met by building more boarding suites,” said Sean Parker, General Manager at My Second Home. “Across the DIP and Al Quoz facilities, boarding capacity has now reached 250 dogs and 40 cats,” Parker added.

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“Bolstered by demand and feedback from our valued members, we’re ramping things up again in Dubai and exploring potential partnerships outside the UAE,” shared Paul Sowerby, Co-Founder of My Second Home.

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