Though primarily a dog walking company, Executive Dogs is also responsible for many of the new friendships made within the Los Angeles area. Their staffers get to know each pet and develop close bonds with the animal. That way, dogs look forward to walks as much as owners look forward to having more time on their hands. To keep canines calm and at ease, the company's team makes sure to step over mom-threatening cracks, and only walks pets individually or with other dogs that live in the same household. The dog lovers also house sit for owners who require extended time away from home.
Outfitted with spas and treadmills, Pooch Hotels are nearly the same as human accommodations, with one key difference: your dog might get a tummy-rub with their turndown service. These venues were all designed by dog-lovers whose main priority was canine comfort, regardless of the length of each guest's stay.
Dogs on daycare visits, for example, are sorted by size and temperament before entering one of multiple play areas. Monitored by human "Pack Leaders," they socialize amidst toys, treats, and wading pools at select locations, or run outside if the weather and facilities permit. Those who have booked a room for the night can relax in a private suite, outfitted with a glass door rather than bars. These range from standard to presidential and even palace suites?rooms outfitted with luxury bedding and flat-screen televisions tuned to dog-friendly programming. Customers might also schedule a spa appointment for their pooch, choosing from services such as baths, "pawdicures," and even facials.
The hotels pursue peace of mind for owners as actively as they pamper their dogs. Certain locations have installed web cameras in the play areas and suites, enabling people to check in on their pets and guilt them about the time they napped instead of writing a postcard. Staff remain on-hand at all times to welcome newcomers and care for already-snoozing pups.
VETCO Affordable Full-Service Pet Hospitals have been in business for over 15 years.
We offer everything you need to keep your pet healthy:
Vaccinations Heartworm Tests and Prevention Spay or Neuter Dental Cleaning Surgery X-Rays Ear Flushes Diagnostics Microchip Pet IDs Deworming Flea and Tick Prevention
Zoom Room?s dog training facilities have one cardinal rule: owners must be present during class. This is because humans need just as much training as their canine companions when building confidence and communication, and it?s important that owners learn the best positive-reinforcement techniques from the knowledgeable staff. Group classes cover topics ranging from general obedience and agility training to more specific needs such as overcoming shyness. Other classes include Urban Herding, where dogs herd exercise balls into soccer goals indoors, Scent Work, where dogs learn to sniff out missing car keys or the TV remote, and Pup-lates, which is geared toward overweight or senior dogs, or those recovering from an injury.
In fact, improving canine social skills is one of Zoom Room?s missions, as evidenced by the regularly hosted fundraiser events and Doggy Disco parties, which give dogs a chance to meet other dogs and expand away from their inner circle of fire hydrants. This combination of training and fun, in addition to the facility?s selection of solution-oriented training gear, natural dog treats, and functional dog accessories, has garnered an array of local and national press.
A Dog?s Life Rescue was born out of a great love for animals. Co-founders Julia Pennington and Allison Lange lead an all-volunteer team dedicated to rescuing abandoned, abused, and neglected dogs and other animals. The volunteers predominantly serve as street rescuers: whenever they get a call about an injured dog stuck in busy freeway traffic, they stop whatever they're doing to help rescue it. The organization relies on a network of fosters to shelter, care for, and rehabilitate pups while they await placement in permanent loving homes. A Dog?s Life Rescue holds adoption events three times per month, and also helps educate low-income communities on the importance of spaying or neutering pets.