The Most Expensive Vacation Package for Dogs: $75,000
It has been proved many a time that a true dog lover can go to any extent to demonstrate his affection towards his special pet. Super rich and generous dog owners are known to pamper their beloved canines in novel ways.
However a recent development is set to surpass all known ways of indulging one’s pet. The world’s most expensive holiday package for pets, worth an exorbitant $75,000 was unveiled on June 2013. As per the program one lucky dog will be lucky enough to enjoy the most luxurious lifestyle in the world.
The canine will be provided access to its own personal chef and can avail the benefit of limousine transfers. The canine’s two week stay would be at the luxurious “Paw Seasons in Long Ashton”, a hotel catering exclusively to dogs situated near Bristol. At the hotel the fortunate pet will be treated to a high end package and get the opportunity to lead the life of a king.
The pampered pet will be taken for everyday walks by British Olympic hurdler Dai Greene. The walk will be followed by luxurious spa sessions, aromatherapy bath, body wash and pedicures. Even the daily meal of the pampered pet will be personally supervised by the hotels’ chef. The entertainment quota of the dog has been carefully chalked out and activities like swimming, surfing and board games have been included in the agenda. Dog centric films like 101 Dalmatians and Lassie will also be screened at the private mini theatre of the hotel in the evening. To ensure a complete movie going experience, light snacks like dog friendly popcorn will be served at the time of screening of the film. One to one psychiatry sessions would also be conducted by behavioral specialist Stan Rawlinson with the aim to help the pet to open up about its life. The style factor has also been well taken care of by ensuring that the dog gets to sport apparel designed by global labels like Louis Vuitton, Bottega Venetta and Mulberry Mackintosh.
The spiritual session includes a Reiki massage. According to hotel owner Jenny Hytner-Marriott, a designer dog house will serve as the final relaxation treat for the privileged canine. After the completion of the two week vacation, the pet and the owner will be presented with a personalized dog mascot as well as the portrait of the four legged guest along with a DVD recording highlighting the wonderful experiences gained during the holiday. Even though the dog’s owners are not allowed to accompany their pet during the entire duration of the package tour, the hotel staff will keep them updated about their special canine via social portals.