Dr. John Ensign's love of animals began at age eight with his best friend Fred, a dog that he bought with his brother for $10. Though a lot has changed since the days of Fred, John's passion for pets hasn't. After veterinary school, the John spent 10 years as Nevada’s representative in the U.S. Senate where he was considered one of the Humane Society’s biggest allies. More recently, he's opened Boca Park Animal Hospital, a 9,000-square-foot medical, grooming, and boarding facility that offers furry patients a loving staff of nurses and the latest technology in veterinary care. The building was renovated from the ground up to include noise-reduction insulation, luxury pet boarding suites, and a 1,600 square foot exercise area with a realistic mailman punching bag. Specialty laser therapy is also available to address wound healing, ear infections, liver disease, infections, and even behavior problems.
The West Charleston Animal Hospital is a large veterinarian space that specializes in the extensive and everyday needs of beloved family dogs and cats. The hospital is beautiful on the inside and out, thanks to the stone tile exterior and tall windows, while the inside holds a large reception desk and comfortable lobby, plus food and treats for recovering animals. A massive treatment area on site allows plenty of room for dogs and cats to feel comfortable and unafraid, while six trained staff members conduct their services seven days a week. Emergency care is available until midnight, and the hospital allows walk-ins; they even board animals when owners are out of town.
Town Center Animal Hospital is located in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas, and caters exclusively to cats and dogs in need of a helping hand. Inside the luxurious space, a large shelf decked out with everything from treats and pet food to toothpaste offers the necessities the animals (and their owners) need to maintain proper pet health. The hospital also provides 24-hour emergency services, thanks to several on-staff veterinarians, and specialty surgeries are possible as well. To keep animals and their owners happy, Town Center Animal Hospital provides free exams to new clients, just to make sure your pet is in top-notch condition. Routine and advanced dental procedures, digital ultrasounds, drop-off appointments and customized wellness plans are also available for all cats and dogs.
The mural in the play space at A Puppy Paradise imagines what an idyllic dog haven might look like. Sunflowers are in bloom, frisbees are in flight, and puppies play in the fountain without getting yelled at by the park inspector. Though the daycare's indoor areas are less grassy, they are rife with toys, soft beds, and the chance for canine guests to socialize. In three play spaces, pet-loving staff pair dogs with equally-sized playmates before doling out treats and making sure everyone gets along. In the evenings, overnight boarders snuggle up with cozy blankets, while owners sleep soundly in the knowledge that someone is keeping an eye on their pups.
Doggie District Pet Resort treats canines not as pets, but as welcomed guests of its boarding and grooming facility that doubles as an oversized doghouse. A groomer with over 20 years of experience can snip and style canine hair in a calm, spa-like environment. During overnight stays, dogs relax on personal beds and enjoy the comforts of home with their favorite toys or pinup calendars of giant bones. Four-legged friends can roam safely in the 10,000-square-foot outdoor play area, where a closed-circuit camera system that monitors the lot at all times.
The staffers at Scoopin-It don't mind picking up after dogs. In fact, they relish ridding yards of puppy poop because they know that they're providing customers with a valuable service. They also make sure to lock up after they leave, so Fido can't sneak his girlfriend over while his parents are out. For cat people, they'll even clean and disinfect litter boxes. But beyond just chucking the waste, the staff examines it to monitor the pets' health, and they will notify owners if they find any cause to be concerned.