K9 Fit Club’s Grand Opening Celebration & Pawty

June 25, 2013by admin0

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Westmont, IL – The 4th of July is a time of celebration. It’s all about food, family, fun and fireworks. However, for dogs, it can be a dangerous and frightening time. K9 Fit Club, the leader in fitness, health and wellness, for dogs and their people, is making sure it is a safe celebration for you and your pooch with the K9 Fit Club Grand Opening Pawty.

K9 Fit Club will be celebrating the grand opening of their new facility with an Open House from 3pm – 7pm on July 4th. The new 5,000 sq. ft. facility will feature an adoption event from area shelters and organizations, Bow Wow Bootcamp, Pupilates and Oh My Dog Demonstrations, a Veterinary corner, as well as music from Chicago’s favorite Bon Jovi Tribute Band, Slippery When Wet. Children will be treated to tattoos, a moonjump and games for the young and young at heart!

The 4th of July Pawty will feature both hot dogs for owners and bones for the dogs, treats and beverages, as well as giveaways and a chance to meet other pet owners and K9 Fit Club Members.

K9 Fit Club provides a healthy workout routine for dog owners and pooches. Kids are also welcome to work out with their dogs, even if their dogs are stuffed animals. Pets and pet owners will enjoy every class and program that will keep them coming back for more. Sign up for a free photography from Classic Kids and free sessions from K9 Fit Club.

The new facility of K9 Fit Club features two indoor workout rooms where both pooches and peeps are guaranteed to have fun and get a new leash on life. K9 Fit Club is a good place to build a new healthy habit with a new workout buddy. Every dog owner will have the chance to exercise and spend more time with their pets. Dogs and other pets are indeed reliable workout partners, who never get lazy, late or drunch over a workout session. They are good motivation for owners to make a regular exercise routine.

K9 Fit Club aims to develop a positive effect in lives of dog lovers and their pets. They maintain a workout schedule, not only good for humans but also for pooches. Sessions are not only focused on workouts and exercise but also on pet behaviors and dog obedience classes. K9 Fit Club also helps humans and overweight dogs say goodbye to stress, anxiety and depression. The club’s employees are trained to make every moment worthwhile for owners and dogs. Workouts are performed in conjunctions whether it’s doing planks over a puppy or squats while holding a leash. K9 Fit Club recognizes the differences of owners and dogs. The club provides unique workout for owners and training facilities, like the dog exercise pen, that’s best for pets. To ensure the safety of the dogs, there is always a mop ready in case of any doggie accidents.

 

K9 Fit Club Westmont is located at 104 Chestnut, Westmont, Illinois. 

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As seen on the Today Show, USA Today, CBS News and more, K9 Fit Club is the nation’s first indoor fitness facility for pooches and peeps combining cardio, strength training, obedience training and fun. K9 Fit Club is building a nationwide community of clubs dedicated to the health and wellness of both dogs and people.

 

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