At the award-winning Camp Bow Wow's locations spread throughout the U.S., certified doggy counselors supply love, attention, and 24-hour monitoring in indoor and outdoor play areas. Throughout the day, canine campers splash in pools, climb over play equipment, and exchange sniffs, barks, and phone numbers with other furry friends. Camp counselors certified in dog behavior analyze the personality of each guest before placing dogs into separate playgroups. Meanwhile, live webcams allow owners to check in on pups either online, or via iPhone or Android phones with the Camp Bow Wow mobile app. Trusted pet whisperers feed, walk, and care for pets in-home with a Home Buddies service in some regions, which allows dogs, cats, birds, and fish stay to remain at home to field telemarketing calls. The staff also helps dogs brush up on their manners with obedience and behavior lessons.
"Vin hesten," a Norwegian phrase meaning "wine horses," is an appropriate title for a stable located right in the middle of Temecula Valley's wine country. And though wine and horseback riding is a major draw for tourists and locals, Vin Hesten Trail Adventures has a far more humanitarian pursuit. Every trail horse onsite is a rescue from a neighboring ranch that may otherwise have been sent to auction or slaughter. Guests can stop by for a quick lesson, purchase gear, or opt for a guided trail ride through the lush outlying wine country.
The artistic interior designers of Diza Design use empty walls and floors as their canvas, transforming each room into a vivid scene of chic furniture, shiny wall sconces, eye-catching paintings, and expansive mirrors. During design consultations, they listen closely to clients' ideas and put together an accessory package that best suits the space. When designs are finalized, Diza Design can send all room accessories directly to clients' homes, as well as give further design advice.
The Californian keeps readers up to date on what's happening in San Diego and Riverside Counties, the country, and the world. The daily newspaper plops onto porches packed with articles covering topics ranging from city government changes to national sports events to international business trends. Readers can also delve into more subjective journalism by flipping to the opinion section, where they can browse editorial columns, read letters to the editor, and add symbolic mustaches to political cartoons.
At Bel Vino Bistro, diners enjoy a menu paired with glasses of wine and live music and entertainment that fill the picturesque space. Open Friday through Sunday for lunch or early dinner, diners can split shareable plates, such as Korean-style barbecue wings, shrimp and spanish chorizo, or charcuterie-and-cheese platters.