Since I just got back from a two-week trip to Argentina, I’ve been asked numerous times about my dogs. I love that everyone is so concerned! No worries — while I was jaunting through South America, my pups were on their own vacation at a five-star Vegas dog hotel. Here they are with their little good-bye bandanas that have become a standard treat for dogs going home! (Sorry for the poor quality of the pic — they’re difficult, wiggly models at best.) They were so tired and well-behaved when I picked them up. It was a very good sign!
My boys are rescues from my time in Costa Rica, scrappy street pups that I was worried about bringing to a dog hotel. But they did just fine!
Maybe it was their private suite with little beds and a flat-screen TV that played Animal Planet and animal cartoons.
They played all day every day, according to frequent email reports that I appreciated so much. I was even told that neither had a time out even once — I was so proud! Jax, the little one, was “fine, as long as he’s in charge, definitely an alpha male,” the dog-loving manager, Heidi, told me. Chase? “So polite! Always backs away from any skirmish.” In addition to the excellent care I saw during the busy daytime hours (this dog hotel also does day-care), the dogs all have human play buddies at night, too. So much attention is given to all of the pets!
Inside sources tell me all of the big names in town bring their precious pups here, and I can totally see why.
The LV Dog Hotel is on the west side, and if it were any closer I’d spoil Jax and Chase and let them do day-care there. I couldn’t recommend it any more.
The hotel’s web site: LV Dog Hotel
After my stay, I asked the owner if she’d send me some press photos for my blog. Enjoy!
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