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Pooches and Parents Will Be Bow-Wowed With MGM Resorts New Dog Program

Marc
Marc
December 12, 2019

Press release: Las Vegas (December 11, 2019) – A (p)awesome experience awaits all pooches as MGM Resorts International launches its new dog-friendly program across all of its Las Vegas properties as well as MGM Springfield (Mass.), Beau Rivage Resort & Casino (Biloxi, Miss.) and MGM Detroit. The expanded dog program introduces an elevated level of service for four-legged guests throughout their stay, allowing pet parents to take their furry friends on the road during the next family getaway.

Upon arrival, parents will receive complimentary treats for their canine with a map of relief areas as well as information on doggie concierge services and other amenities such as dog bowls and dog mats.

When Fido’s human companions are ready to enjoy the many experiences throughout MGM Resorts’ properties, they need not worry about leaving their pooch behind, with a selection of services including:

Check In and Check Up: A doggie concierge will check in on pups while guests are away and send a text message with photo confirmation. The cost for this service is $25.
Dog Walking: Each resort’s concierge is happy to arrange dog-walking services for Fido through a preferred service provider

The MGM Resorts dog program is limited to two dogs per room with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds. Dogs cannot be left unattended in rooms at any time unless placed in a kennel or carrier and must be fully house trained. Outside of rooms or suites, dogs must always be kept on a leash.

Dog-friendly rooms and suites at MGM Resorts properties are available for an upgrade of $50-$175 per day, per dog, depending on the property and can be reserved by going to MGMResorts.com/dog or by calling 1.855.788.6775.

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