ML - Vegas Magazine

2012 - Issue 7 - November

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GUIDE acquire haute dog WITH BAKERY TREATS AND LUXE TOYS—PLUS THE CITY'S TOP DOG HOTEL—IT'S HARDLY THE RUFF LIFE AT THESE GROOMERS AND PET BOUTIQUES. BY KRISTINA JOHNSON Barking Dogs O ne of the few pet hot spots in town that focuses on holistic care, Barking Dogs aims for optimum wellness with all-natural pet food, pet aromatherapy, and herbal supplements. (Even the products and beds are eco-friendly.) It also offers both full-service and self-wash grooming services; the HydroSurge BathPro 5.1 bathing system makes self-washing easier and faster than ever and gives pets a tantalizing massage that keeps them tame thanks to reduced scrubbing. 9325 S. Cimarron Road,702- 247-9274; Bogart's Bone-Appetit " artists, who can be commissioned to do custom pet portraits. Town Square, 702-750-0033; the-dog-house Flea Bag's Barkery and Bow-tique W ith everything from "doggie couture" to accessories and an impressive treat bakery, this gem at the District at Green Valley Ranch offers an extensive array of fashionable brands for spoiling Fido, including Haute Diggity Dog and Up Country. Choose from luxe rhinestone collars, clothes, and custom-made dog tags. The District at Green Valley Ranch, 702-914-8805; One-stop pet shop" best describes Bogart's Bone-Appetit. The grooming and pet-training services ensure dogs will behave as well as they feel. With three locations including Summerlin and Southern Highlands, there's no excuse not to get a custom canine birthday cake and many other all-natural treats from the bakery section. Three locations; The Dog House T he Dog House manufactures its own organic dog food (think grass-fed beef) and jerky treats from the Good Dog Food Company. Some of the boutique's items are locally made for doggie needs, including sweaters, beds, and pillows. The walls are decorated with the works of local 120 VEGASMAGAZINE.COM LV Dog Resort & Daycare D ogs may not want to go back home after the kind of pampering they get at this luxury doggie daycare and boarding destination. Founded on the concept that different dogs have different needs, the hotel offers pristine suites with swanky dog beds, chandeliers, and in-room televisions. Training, professional grooming services, pet photogra- phy, and the only cage-free boarding facilities in Las Vegas make this a pet's best bet. 6810 W. Sahara Ave., 702-560- 7387; The Paw Spa Pet Salon and Boutique O ne of the few places in town that This pampered pooch is ready for her close-up. offers celeb-favorite pet brands Pooch Outfitters, Oscar Newman Luxury Pet Couture, and Hip Doggie, this pet paradise spoils rascals rotten with a plethora of exclusive spa services. Its luxe offerings include massages, wraps, facials, and a full array of grooming services. Feeling frisky? Dog nail painting and hair-color dyeing is available here, too. 11115 S. Eastern Ave., Henderson, 702-685-8000; Prince & Princess Puppies & Boutique " Pooch-anistas" unite at Prince & Princess Puppies & Boutique, where there is a huge selection of dog clothing, pet jewelry, custom rhinestone-letter collars, and bows in every color. No puppy? No problem. Specializing in quality small-breed puppies (without using puppy mills), the boutique has an easy adoption process—plus veterinarian services. 6870 S. Rainbow Blvd., 702-260- 9300; Sniffany & Co. N eed a recommendation? Ask Holly Madison: She brings her pup to this South Rainbow Boulevard hot spot, which is filled with doggie gifts and treats like Puppy Love Cookies baked fresh in-house, plus options for pets with allergies. Grooming services include the popular Mohawk style—at no extra cost. 6115 S. Rainbow Blvd., 702-248- 7643; V How do doggie needs differ? Reserved dogs prefer a quiet suite with a glass door, so they can still see the action. The social dogs like romping in the central park all day. Do you get special requests? Clients go a bit extreme. They have nannies for their pets and have their rooms customized to clone their dogs' at-home living environment. We are beyond full-service. Do dogs need staycations? Yes, pets need to get away and let loose. The social interaction is beneficial. LV Dog Resort & Daycare welcomes pups of all pedigrees. OG DAYS Paws-ing to chat with LV Dog Resort & Daycare's Shana Davis. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOE DURKIN (DAVIS); THINKSTOCK (DOG)

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