World’s first doggie disco in New York

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New York: Dogs in New York are in for a tail-wagging treat – a disco where they can groove with their four-legged friends.
The Fetch Club, set to open in Manhattan this month, also offers amenities synonymous with Wall Street — special spa baths, holistic mud masks and facials, homemade meals, and manicures.

“If an owner wants to go out one night, they can drop their dog off at our nightclub,” owner Peter Balestrieri told the New York Post.

“We’re serious about the well-being of animals, but we also want them to have fun,” said co-owner Jenna Lee, a former finance worker now taking veterinary courses.

The more sedate canines can swing by Fetch Club during the day for playtime (chasing tennis balls), movie hour (classics like 101 Dalmatians and Lassie), trot on a tiny treadmill (that has a TV), or just play on the 3,000-foot dog run in the back of the massive space — for $35 a day.

Inside the renovated space at 85 John Street will be a high-end boutique with doggie clothes and toys. It also  has a “human lounge” where owners can grab a coffee and watch their pampered pooches play.

“The dogs are our clients, so all our services are geared to them,” said Lee, who also plans to offer daily homemade entrees to owners, who don’t want their dogs eating commercial pet food.

The club will also offer dogs special spa baths, holistic mud masks, facials, homemade meals and manicures.

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