The Orlando Home & Leisure magazine guides its readers to all local things stylish, artsy, fashionable, and edible. The monthly publication features articles from talented journalists such as Elizabeth Maupin, who presents upcoming goings-on in "The Can't Miss List," a top 20 collection of cultural events that will keep subscribers entertained during a year in which primetime television is expected to be dominated by reality shows hosted by Pat Boone. Scott Joseph tugs readers into the culinary loop with "Flavor: Scott Joseph's Central Florida Dining Guide," which applauds the innovative culinary efforts of various restaurants. Although customers can read the magazine online, a subscription puts it right on your front porch for a whole year, where it can be snatched up in the jowls of neighborhood dogs, carried to your hands, and read without subjecting your eyes to the Internet's mesmerizing light pulsations.
Boasting round-the-clock staffing and all-day supervision, Dog Day Afternoon ensures your pawed protégé is always safe and never gets lonely during his or her one-day and one-night stay. Boarding services include, at no extra cost, playtime in large fenced yards, walks, and standard medication administering. Check in on your pooch with Dog Day Afternoon’s playroom webcams, giving you front-row access to the frolicking and fun that your dog is enjoying while you’re stuck at a sales conference in Fort Myers. Most pups sleep alone in their own private, temperature-controlled room—if you have more than one dog for boarding, however, you can request keeping the whole furry family together. For utmost safety, little dogs and big dogs are boarded and tended to separately.
The scene is a familiar one: hotel guests lounge beside the outdoor pool as staff members filter around, offering refreshments or collecting clients for a spa treatment. However, at Pet Paradise, the pool is bone shaped and all the guests are dogs. This luxurious scene is one cat and dog owners can find at this boarding and daycare facility that has been owner Fred Goldsmith's pride and joy for a decade. The animal lover was inspired to start his own pet hotel when he simply couldn’t find a place he was comfortable leaving his bichon frise when he went on vacation.
Fred made Pet Paradise to his exact specifications, and the pet hotel's amenities reflect the loving care he lavishes on his own beloved pup. Dogs and cats can luxuriate in spa-quality grooming treatments or burn off some energy during group playtime. In the evening, pets can settle into plush bedding and feel safe knowing that the dedicated live-in staff resides just a bark away. Nocturnal kitties spend the night exploring their own private six-level cat condos while gentle spa music fills the air to keep them entertained. In case of any emergencies, Pet Paradise keeps veterinarians on-call, and in the event of a snack emergency, each staff member is a certified bacon cook.
At Trained 2 Conceal, no one shoots without a firm grasp of firearm safety, responsibility, and proper technique. This philosophy pervades the business's firearm training, where seasoned instructors cater to beginners with professional, hands-on training at a supervised firing range. To further ensure safety, instructors and students only use ammunition that is designed to be non-lethal and non-toxic during these lessons.
To promote these ideals and support literacy in young readers, RTC Entertainment distributes copies of its comedic book, A Fighting Chance - How it All Began in conjunction with its live performances. Through 224 pages, the book imparts lessons showcased in the organization's stage show, following seven teenagers, a science genius, and a zany teacher through strange adventures. The characters help one another avoid disaster, and in the process share laughs, work as a team, and learn honesty, forgiveness, friendship, and not to judge others. Books are given to each audience member free of charge at the end of each show.