Best Dog Hotel:
Rover Oaks Pet Resort
2550 West Belfort, Houston, TX 77054
Contact: Steve Smith • e-mail email@example.com
phone # 713-622-2119 • www.roveroaks.com
One of the best places for your pet to stay…Rover Oaks is 100% committed to providing pets with a healthy, safe, and comfortable stay. Rover Oaks is located on a beautiful lake just minutes from the Galleria, Texas Medical Center, and downtown Houston. Pets can board in a bunkhouse or in a luxury suite, be pampered in the grooming salon and spa, play with dog buds in Doggy Day Camp, watch fish swimming in a huge aquarium, play catch, or take a walk with someone on the staff. Half of Rover Oaks is an off-leash Dog Park for pets to run free! Their philosophy focuses on positive reinforcement, plenty of exercise, and ‘group play’ for pets with good social skills. Rover Oaks is the best care your pet can get when away from home.
Best PET Rescue:
CAP–Citizens for Animal Protection
11925 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77079
CAP is a non-profit organization founded in 1972 that shelters, rescues, and finds homes for homeless animals throughout the Houston area. Last year’s staff, volunteers and numerous donations helped these programs, and helped care for over 11,000 animals. The shelter is open 7 days a week and provides a numerous amount of services including: therapy session for hospital patients and facilities for the handicapped, public awareness sessions on the importance of spaying and neutering your pets, and pet counseling sessions on what to do when your pet gets out of hand. The CAP organization is one of the highest rated adoption facility in the nation. That’s why CAP is the best organizaton that needs your support. They go well beyond the call of duty when it comes to taking care of animals in need.
Best Pet outreach:
PAWS–Pets Are Wonderful Support
14900 Woodham St. 170-A, Houston, TX 77073
Phone # 281-443-3360 • www.paws4houston.org
PAWS Houston is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of low-income pet owners who are living with a terminal illness. PAWS helps low-income people help their pets through an animal food bank, subsidized veterinary care, volunteer pet care, grooming, foster care, and adoption when necessary. PAWS also makes others aware about the benefits of animal companionship for people with medical and financial hardships. By working for the people that would give up what ever little money they have to take care of their best friend, PAWS supplies the best support and service to those most in need, in a very special way.