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Nestled quietly in a town called Cottonwood, Idaho there stands a larger than life, cabin sized Beagle. Yes, a Beagle and not just any beagle, but one that represents the owners love for carved statues. First, there is Toby; the 12 foot beagle statue carved by owners and artists Dennis Sullivan and Frances Conklin. Then there is Sweet Willy; the actual sleeping/cabin structure. 

Sullivan and Conklin have been carving dog themed statues for years, but it wasn’t until 1995 when their products became widely known and thus the Dog Bark Park Inn became a reality. You can purchase their beloved carvings in their gift shop. They have Doxies to Dalmatians. Specifically for us, little dog lovers, there are poodles, pugs, Papillion’s, Yorkie’s and more. Small sized seem to run around $49.00. 

How much does it cost to stay in a novelty B&B? Only $96 per night, which includes breakfast. Beyond the bed, they boast a delightful breakfast sure to make any pup drool. Including delights like home-baked pastries, fruit, cheeses, yogurts, bagels and more. 

So can you and your furry friend stay together at the Dog Bark Park Inn? Absolutely, for an additional $10, responsible pups and their parents are welcome to enjoy the amenities and novelty together. 

Happy vacation planning! 

Woof, Woof, 

(C) SI, Inc. Researched & Written by: S.R.

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About the LITTLE DOG RETREAT TM

Known as the Girls: Our philosophy is that your cherished pup is one special little fur-baby and will be cared for in an environment that embraces their uniquely little needs. This is why all of our pup participants are exclusively under 15 pounds. We are licensed and insured. Available weekdays, weekends and holiday; reservation required. Give us a call for your complimentary consultation: 425.750.4196 Sasha: Executive Director / C.O.O. Mercedes: V.P. / C.F.O. Haley: V.P. / Marketing Director Bridget: V.P. / Director of Canine Relations

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