All the comforts of home for your dog

PAWS INN  ---   A SHORT, SAFE WALK TO SIR JOSEPH BANKS PARK

After six years at the original site on Botany Road, Paws Inn moved to 12 Booralee Street, Botany in 2017.  Easy to follow directions can be found on our Contact Page.

"Clients have found the dead end street has made parking easier and safer for dropping off their dogs," said owner, Jackie Bowmer.

"And with the Inn's front door just a couple of meters to the steps leading directly into Sir Joseph Banks Park, it makes the all important daily walks safer and easier too."

The one hour plus boot marches in along bush tracks are included in the cost of overnight and day care customers.

"We do shorter walks for older and smaller dogs, who probably enjoy the sniffing as much as the trot," said Jackie.

The 28 hectare park with its ponds, bush land, boardwalks and historic pleasure gardens has been enjoyed by residents and visitors since the turn of the 20th century.  Now 21st century dogs can enjoy the same prized bushland setting so close to the centre of Sydney.

PARKING

As well as your pet, for a small charge depending on length of stay, you can leave your car safely under cover at Paws Inn.

"We are just minutes  from the airport," said Jackie.

"It means car and dog can be collected at the same time for a happy reunion and relaxed last leg of the trip home.

"As Paws Inn is a family home we're flexible when it comes to the vagaries of flights.  Owners know that if the flight has been delayed or cancelled, their pets are safe in the home environment of the Inn, happily waiting unaware of the turbulence their poor owners are suffering."