Dogtopia opens dog boarding, day care and spa facility in Nashville

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Dogtopia, a dog boarding, day care and spa facility with locations across the U.S., opened Oct. 10 at 1802 Eighth Ave. S., Nashville, according to a social media post from the company. Dogtopia offers live webcams throughout the 5,000-square-foot facility for owners to watch their pets. The new location is hosting a grand opening event Oct. 26. 615-486-2626. www.dogtopia.com/8thave-nashville


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