Now as long as they don’t do a Buffet of Buffets and up the price when they realize it’s a popular move, we’ll have a crush on them for this one.
[Main photo: Pulse of Vegas]
Collin from Caesars Palace
Looks like more people want to let their dogs have a Vegas vacation that we might have thought. Since the launch of the Harrah’s PetStay Program last month, it’s been an overwhelming success, according to the RJ. Since the project launched, they’ve had “a couple hundred” bookings including the delectable Collin, who was the first furry check in at Caesars, as documented by Harrah’s Pulse of Vegas blog.
And even we noticed as we were walking through Imperial Palace the other day (don’t ask why) that there were pooch prints on the floor of the stairwell and this sign leading to a “dog relief area”.