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National Pet Month honored at The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa

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Posted: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 4:00 am

Hoping to encourage people to adopt, The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa is offering room upgrades for those who adopt a dog from the Humane Society of Southern Arizona or Pima Animal Control.

The Humane Society is a nonprofit organization that offers pet vaccinations, spay and neuter services and pet adoptions. The organization strives to provide love and care for all pets through innovative programs. In addition, Pima Animal Control provides animal services through these four areas: enforcement, animal shelter, licensing, and public outreach/education.

The upgrade that Westin La Paloma is offering will give adopting families dog treats, a water bowl, toys, dog bed and waste bag for their pet. The special deal continues through Oct. 1.

In addition to the upgrade and in order to honor National Pet Month, Westin La Paloma will put on a Perfect Pooch Photo Contest. Participants can submit a dog photo on the Westin La Paloma Facebook page and have the chance to win a three-day, two-night stay with dinner for two. 

The most likes on a photo will determine the winner. The deadline for the competition ends at midnight on May 31.

Another way that the Westin La Paloma is supporting the Humane Society and Pima Animal Control, is through the donation of used linens. Brandie Lopez, the general manager of Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spas, said, “Our used towels and cloths are just perfect for helping bathe rescue animal brought into our local shelters.”

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