Pets in Sun Valley

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The Bark House puts up canine guests overnight in 36 glossy 6'x8' suites under 24-hour supervision. During the day dogs roam free in a 3,000-square-foot indoor play space with separate areas for big breeds, smaller pups, and Cerberus the hellhound. The staff keeps its four-legged clientele entertained throughout the day by facilitating play and exercise sessions. Open seven days a week, The Bark House is able to work around pet owners' busy schedules.

860 East Greg Street
Sparks,
NV
US

Traceann Glassworks offers a beautiful, tasteful alternative to traditional urns, by allowing you to create a gorgeous, lasting memorial. By encasing the cremains of your loved one into a striking, unique piece of art glass that you design yourself, you can create a powerful physical memory that comforts.

PO Box 11947
Reno,
NV
US

We are a team of professionals lead by a master groomer with over 30 years of experience. Your dog will receive expert care in a clean loving environment. No dog too small or large!! We love all breeds too!! We also sell a full line of toys and treats including free range buffalo, deer antlers, beef and chicken treats

225 Redfield Pkwy. suite 101
Reno,
NV
US

Hand To Paws' staff of pet polishers washes, fluffs, and pampers animals with a variety of grooming and pet-sitting services that keep four-legged family members wagging their tails with glee. A Bath and Brush package ($20–$45+) spruces up furry friends with a sudsing of high-end, all-natural products that inspire finicky bloodhounds to pray for third nostrils, before staffers accent clean coats with decorative bows or bandanas. Other spa services ($35–$60+) include nail trimming for mutts big and small ($5–$8), teeth brushing ($3), and eye-stain treatments ($3). Mature animals in need of some TLC benefit from massage and acupressure ($30), which promotes healing, helps restore liveliness, and gives pooches a forum to flaunt their favorite terrycloth robes.

825 Plumas St
Reno,
NV
US

Perched on a sweeping 28-acre landscape dotted with panoramic pastures and rustic barns, Equine Unlimited has been instructing ground walkers in horseback gallivanting for 25 years. American Riding Association-certified owner and operator Malinda Kregoski and her assistant trainers can help budding equestrians from 3 years old to well over 60 absorb their expertise in grooming, tacking, and riding. Fledgling jockeys can select from English, jumper, and western riding lessons, though jousting lessons are restricted to time-traveling knights. Equine Unlimited's expansive outdoor arena, which is clad in state-of-the-art synthetic-fiber footing, provides top-notch terrain for cantering cowboy and cowgirl trainees.

3984 Green Valley Rd
Rescue,
CA
US

The Western States Horse Expo is one of the country's leading equestrian events, sure to pique the interest of any horse enthusiast. Like a horse's opinion of being painted into a picture with Napoleon, the schedule changes day-to-day. The line-up includes horsemanship demonstrations, breeders' showcases, and an art show, as well as special events such as the Magnificent 7 Stock Horse Championship. In this event, 17 of the country's top horse and rider combos compete in four events: herd work, rein work, steer stopping, and fence work. If the well-trained stock horses inspire you to improve your horsemanship skills, you can attend one of the many expo clinics that focus on a variety of topics including rider confidence, reining, colt starting, dressage, and driving.

3976 Durock Rd
Shingle Springs,
CA
US