Tearing into a perfectly charred, sauce-covered rack of ribs satisfies the stomach, and the knowledge that you made them yourself feeds the soul. Students can do just that in classes held by the nonprofit organization California BBQ Association, which shares all of its proceeds with children’s charities throughout the state. The course catalogue includes beginner and advanced classes led by pit masters such as Ric Gilbert, an inductee to the association’s hall of fame, and Harry Soo, a contestant from the first season of TLC’s BBQ Pitmasters. Fees cover the equipment and food needed to prepare dishes, freeing students from having to stop at a barbecue-sauce river and fill up some water bottles on their way to class.
Self serve dog wash.... we provided all the tools to make your dog sparkle or at least smell great. It allow you to have a hands-on experience with your dog and leave the mess to us. you won't have to clean the bathroom ceiling or chase him around the yard with hose. All you need to bring the dog and it's fun.
When a pet gets sick, it can’t tell its owner what’s wrong, or turn on its favorite TV show, or even take the day off from work. Fortunately, Dr. Stan and his staff speak canine and feline, and operate a top-of-the-line animal hospital equipped with everything an ailing cat or dog could need. Fully digital x-rays provide crystal-clear images with significantly reduced radiation, a wide-open waiting area prevents furry ones from feeling nervous and cramped, and a special cats-only room with an inviting kitty tree keeps felines purring in contentment. Adoptive parents can bring in their four-leggers for appointments ranging from regular checkups to treatments targeting acute or chronic health issues, which are performed by staff who are experienced in everything from vaccinations to dental cleanings to surgical procedures with or without anesthetics.
Nestled amidst the Arroyo Seco and San Gabriel mountains, San Pascual Stables enchants visitors with natural beauty and an enthusiastic crew of trainers continuing a 34-year tradition of equine education. During an expertly guided horsemanship class, trainees learn the basics under the wing of a trainer well versed in hunter and jumper riding. After a series of three lessons, clients are likely to feel more at home on horseback, and can swiftly opt into future lessons, in which they can learn how to further care for their creature and how to properly parallel park it in front of a crowded saloon.