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Ruth’s Pet Hotel 
  “While you cats are away, let your dogs play”

Located on four fully fenced acres in the beautiful Pemberton Valley, Ruth's Pet Hotel has been treating dogs to the time of their lives since 2003. Whether it's just the day or an extended stay while you work, ski, or holiday, Ruth's Pet Hotel is the perfect getaway offering grassy fields, wooded trails, and loads of personal attention. Overnight lodgers sleep in our heated and air conditioned dog wing which is attached to our home. We are located just hour north of Whistler and offer pick up and delivery services throughout the corridor. You can relax on your holiday knowing your dog is having the time of its life here at the Hotel.

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AT RUTH’S PET HOTEL EVERY DAY IS  A WALK IN THE PARK

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WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER, OR FALL ALL YOU GOTTA DO IS CALL!

OVERNIGHT CARE

DAY CARE

While you are away there is no reason your dog shouldn’t have a  holiday too. We’re not a home away from home, we’re a destination resort created with your dog in mind. For the young and active there’s acres of fully fenced field and trails. For the less active or elderly there are plenty of places to lounge and watch the world go by. Even the teeny tiniest of dogs have their own spot to play.

While you work, ski, golf. or play you can drop your hound off any day. Day Care is a great way to socialize new pups, exercise all dogs, and let dogs be dogs when you don’t have the time. We have five large fenced areas ranging from 50’ x 100’ to 2.5 full acres. This allows plenty of space for all types of dogs to be in their comfort zone. Need to work early? Try our Pick up and Play service in Pemberton

  • Stella
  • Hunter, Keisha, and Suki
  • Sandy
  • Marley
  • Duchess and Emma

    Ruth’s is an all time favorite of my girls, and mine! Ruth, Jeff, and Dawn are flexible when it comes to last minute pick-up requests as well as helping out by dropping off during out long days away from home. One of our girls has had issues socializing, but with going to daycare and Ruth’s patience, she is so much better!