Fashion Show Las Vegas has a new policy that allows dogs to help you find great deals.
Brent Gardner, Senior General Manager at Fashion Show Las Vegas, stated that dog owners can bring their dogs shopping with them to the Strip’s three-story mall. This is part of a push for more community.
“As a pillar in the community, we look to encourage shoppers to be their authentic selves which can include bringing their beloved pups along while they explore our destination,”Gardner made the statement in a statement. “Many visitors and locals like to bring their pets wherever they go, they are considered family after all, so as a family friendly destination we wanted to give our guests a place where they can feel comfortable bringing their pups — ensuring everyone feels welcome.”
There’s no weight or breed restrictions, though all dogs must be on leash or in a pet carrier and under control, per the new policy. Dog owners who have aggressive or disruptive pets will also be asked to move.
There is some restriction on movement. The open mall space is pet friendly, but store owners are allowed to pick for themselves if they’ll opt in to try pets inside.
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Fashion Show will create a “designated pet area”Gardner said that it will happen in the coming months. It’s expected to be north of the Forever 21 store.
To celebrate the new policy “National Make A Dog’s Day,”Heaven Can Wait Animal Society hosted an event to adopt Benny, a black Chihuahua and Stewie, a Dachshund.
Kelly Sheehan, the nonprofit’s community engagement manager, said she hopes the organization can continue with more adoption events in the mall to boost visibility of adoption options and the organization.
“We always put them on social media and our website, but we don’t get as much traction as an in-person event,”Sheehan said. “We hope to have (the dogs) in their forever homes by the end of the day.”
Las Vegas resident Elaine Ashley brought her dog, Rocky, to the event to socialize him, but said she probably won’t bring him to the mall often.
“When I come to the mall, I’m shopping,”She spoke. “I like to take him out the park or for a walk, but I just feel safer to leave him home.”
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