New York's Fetch Club says it will offer dogs spa baths, homemade meals, holistic mud masks, facials and manicures.
The dogs will even be able to rock out at a doggie disco when the indoor club opens inside a 200-year-old former tobacco factory in the Financial District next month, co-owner Peter Balestrieri told the New York Post.
"We're serious about the well-being of animals, but we also want them to have fun," said co-owner Jenna Lee, a former finance worker who is taking veterinary courses.
"The dogs are our clients, so all our services are geared to them."
Along with getting pampered, canines can chase tennis balls, run along a 3,000-foot stretch and take in movies like "101 Dalmatians" and "Lassie."
Fetch Club also features a boutique with pricey doggie clothes and a "human lounge" where owners can sip coffee, use an iPad and watch their dogs play.
Sometimes it gets noisy: After complaints from neighbors led to a stop-work order, the Post said, Balestrieri spent $50,000 for additional noise insulation -- 8 inches of padding for the walls and ceiling.