Puppy Pals Ranch Announces a Special "Long Term Dog Boarding Package" to Meet the Unique Needs of the Los Angeles Entertainment Industry
Are you a dog owning producer whose film is taking you overseas? Or a mom who’s rounding up the kids for your dog-free summer vacation? You and others who want the best long term care for your precious pooch without breaking the bank can now enroll your treasured fur kid in Puppy Pals Ranch Long Term Boarding Package.
Long term Puppy Pals campers enjoy outdoors play all day in the fresh mountain air, romping with other friendly guests in huge park-like playgrounds. In addition, excursions include bounding on bunny-chasing mountain and canyon hikes, and field trips to the lakes, streams and big pines of the neighboring National Forest. All Campers receive premium meals plus grilled meat treats and nutritious baked biscuits. Long Term Campers peacefully slumber in their assigned bedroom within the 6000 sq. ft. of Ranch housing.
This Long Term Boarding Package includes a free orientation weekend before owners leave, a few emailed photos of the Camper at play while mom and dad are away, and a photo album of many happy Camper moments on return.
Puppy Pals has a structured but active daily routine which naturally balances exercise, socialization, rest and nutrition in a tranquil home-style environment. The Ranch was the former home of 20 horses. Now dogs from the likes of Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Hollywood and Pasadena climb on the Dog Logs and Straw Mountain, skinny dip in the Cool Pool, and lounge on Dog Hammocks under breezy porches and rustling cottonwoods.
Puppy Pals Ranch is located near Wrightwood in the Mountain High area. The Long Term Package includes convenient home pick-up and drop-off.
Dogs who are suitable for Puppy Pals' Long Term Package love the best of the great outdoors and are universally friendly with humans and all other dogs. While training is not officially part of the Package, staffers kindly set behavioral boundaries with "dogs returning home much better behaved than when they left." For more information, see Puppypals.com.