Alberta Has A Giant Indoor Playground For Dogs & It's Perfect For -30 C Days

Don't even think about bringing those fur babies outside.
Alberta Indoor Dog Park In Airdre Is Perfect For -30 C Days

In case you haven't noticed, Alberta is absolutely freezing right now. We're not talking a little bit chilly, we're talking extreme weather warnings across the province. As Environment Canada always mentions, if it's too cold for you to go outside, it's also too cold for your furry friends. Therefore, your dogs might be cooped up in the house all day during this intense cold snap. Because you can only play indoor fetch and tug-of-war for so long, you might be in the market for a better alternative. Luckily this Alberta indoor dog park in Airdrie will give your pup the fun and exercise it needs without the side of frostbite.

As a dog owner, you know it's equally traumatizing for both you and your dog if they're not able to get the amount of exercise they need.

It doesn't help that you can't explain to your fur baby why you're holding them hostage indoors even though it's with their best interests in mind.

Well, you can thank your lucky stars because this epic indoor dog park in Airdrie, Alberta is exactly what you need.

Barkadia is an "Indoor Canine Playground offering safe sensory stimulation in a climate controlled environment," says its website.

Doesn't a little climate control sound perfect right about now?

You can book your special little friend in for either public play or private play, depending on how social they are. Public play is $12 and private is $24.

You can also buy 30-day memberships and you can add on grooming services if you’re feeling extra fancy.

The grooming services include haircuts, brush-outs, and nail trims, among other things.

They also have full and half-day daycare options. Basically this is a dog owner's dream come true.

As for the actual playground area, it’s done up to look like outside but better. There are trees and grass all over but there are also fun obstacles like tires and ramps for the dogs to play on. Oh, and there's a ball pit.

You can get in touch to book a spot or you can just show up because walk-ins are more than welcome.

There is no better time than now to take advantage of indoor spaces for your pups to play. Alberta is getting rocked by an extreme cold snap and Edmonton is actually going to be the coldest place on earth this week.

When it comes to the weather, Albertans really can't catch a break. But, when it comes to wonderful dog parks, we sure can.

The province is exploding with amazing places to explore with your dog and this indoor park is no exception.

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