New Year’s Eve Ball

While you’re out partying on New Year’s Eve, we’ll be throwing a party of our own.

Now, you might ask, do dogs know it’s New Year’s Eve? Or, is it one of seven New Year’s eves they celebrate throughout the year? Or, isn’t every night of dog boarding at The Watering Bowl pretty much like New Year’s Eve.

TWB dogs

“Is this regular New Year’s Eve or Chinese New Year’s Eve? My calendar won’t load.”

We’ll have to get back to you on the first two questions, but the definitive answer to the third is absolutely, yes.

And we’ll admit: we do see slightly larger crowds on nights when humans tend to go out in large numbers. You know, World Series, Valentine’s Day, the coronation of the National Spelling Bee winner—the big ones.

And New Year’s Eve is right up there.

We look forward to it all year. Because, while you’re getting some much needed socialization with your peers, your dogs are doing the exact same thing. It recharges them as much as it recharges you.

Whether they reflect on the past twelve months or make promises to themselves for the next twelve, we can’t say. But they do sniff around the room and consider who they might kiss at midnight. Or play with. Or wrestle.

They stay up a little later. They party hard. And perhaps best of all, they wear themselves out for the next day. New Year’s Day, that is.

And you guessed it. This is one of those times when the doggy hangover comes in extra handy.

So, remember to safely enjoy your celebration. Take an uber, and we’ll undoubtedly take care of a few dogs named Uber. We couldn’t think of any better way to spend one of the biggest nights of the year.

And, yes, we heard our staff is planning some special treats for the evening. But we don’t want to spoil any surprises.