A New York doggy day care has announced a special football season package for owners who don't want their pooches to be alone during games.
Rob Maher, 31, co-owner of Unleash Brooklyn, said dogs dropped off at the business while their owners are out watching football are also given the option of enjoying the games on a 92-inch projection screen, the New York Daily News reported Monday.
Maher said dog trainer Denise Herman leads halftime festivities including games of fetch and doggy pompom shaking.
"People may want to go out to a bar, but they feel like they're neglecting (their dogs)," Maher said. "They're happy to drop them off with us so they can play with other dogs."
He said dog owners can drop off their pooches for eight hours during a Sunday game for $25, $20 for a Monday night game, or they can purchase a "season pass" for $400.