The Vanderbilt Grace has a package offering dogs paw rubs, soap-on-a-rope handmade lather and the option to purchase a custom dog robe. The Fairmont Hotels have caught onto the trend as well: The one in San Francisco teamed up with a local boutique to sell designer pet "pawducts," and Boston's The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel has decorated a room in honor of its canine ambassador, who guests can take for a walk or correspond with via e-mail. The end is truly near, folks.
Yeah, just want we want - to walk someone else's dog while on the road. Perhaps we're naive, and we know people love their pets, but we thought dogs often eat poop and can't read. Have they advanced lately and obtained Gmail accounts?
One thing's certain--if we see the word "pawducts" in a press release one more time, we're going to snap someone's leash.
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