I read the reviews ahead of time, so my husband and I had previewed the dogs online and had 3 in mind when we went in. We saw the 1st dog and the feeling wasn't there. Same with the second. We were getting nervous when the third walked out and it was Cody!!! The staff all had frowns on their faces because he had picked and not chose 5 times earlier that day and wasn't in the "mood" to be nice. I got my warning! Then the cutest little guy on 4 feet walked into my life!! They warned me he was timid and shy and would need to be helped to "come out of his shell". Today, Cody lives in a house with 2 cats. He walks 2-3 times a day for a 1/2 - 1 mile. He passes his Puppy Orientation Class. He loves to go for rides in the truck with my husband. And he has discovered going to the Petstore is always fun!! I am aware that Dewey rescued my dog from a kill-shelter. Then, he spent a long time before I got to him. Thank you for being Cody's Gurdian Angels!! Your work for him has touched my life in a way I don't have words for! On behalf of our Family & That includes Cody, Thank you!
5701 Missouri AveLas Vegas, NV 89122
I tried about a dozen massage therapists at a Vegas spa that operated via a monthly subscription system before meeting Tina: she is head and shoulders above all of them. Tina is one of the few massage therapists I've met who is truly passionate about her job: even if I'm her last appointment of the day, she has a real zest and enthusiasm for solving my ailments. She goes beyond massage therapy with her all-round knowledge of the body, and she seems like she is always wanting to improve and learn, which is a rare, admirable quality in a therapist. Tina is especially knowledgeable and adept when it comes to sports massage. This was evidenced this past summer, when I played soccer in Europe for the first time in almost a decade. I had an 'emergency' massage in D.C., on my way back to Vegas, that had negligible effect on my shredded quads; Tina solved my problems in one session. She is a very likable and discreet lady and when I consider the really average massages I had before I met her, I feel fortunate to have found her.
SPCA NO KILL ANIMAL IS THE BEST, I adopt a dog, from this place I love to death he is so cute. Personal staff in this place very nice and knowledgeable about the breed, but make sure you read about breed that you are going to adopt first. The place is clean, little bit smell but compare with human home care is nothing. A few of my friend help this place to keep going. Please if you love animal don't buy, don't spent your money just for ego adopt those animal PLEASE! They desperate to have a new sweet home with sweet family :) They are inexpensive and other then that you are helping these little creature. I wish I have a big home and take all of them with me. Believe it or not I was allergy with animal fur but now I do not care my dog all over my bed as long as he is happy.