By Rachel Leigh email
LAKE WORTH, FL (WFLX) - It's doggie makeover #3, and this time, three dogs from the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League are getting all done up for their new owners.
Updated: All dogs were adopted in a matter of days which goes to show, sometimes all they need is a little trim and shampoo! But, never to fear, there is an animal waiting just for you at Peggy Adams.
Previously: Benny, Bear and Beau are very excited. They're going to be made over at Pawsitively Purrfect located in the Simmons Veterinary Hospital in Lake Worth.
The trio are all up for adoption at the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League.
Carrie Kelley, Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, says, "I haven't seen a single unhappy dog in there while they've been getting groomed."
Our three boys all sit patiently as the groomers trim their hair into a more stylish summer hairdo.
"Beau is a Shih Tzu mix, and he's looking really good in there right now. Bennie is a Crocker Spaniel who's got a little bit of a weight issue. And Bear is a Wheaten Terrier mix and very sweet. You can definitely tell he's been pampered a little bit before we got him."
It's bath time, so I'm going to give the boys some privacy and take a tour of the Simmons Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Ken Simmons, veterinarian and owner, describes, "People come into the hotel, which is called the Barker's Hotel and we also have the Purrington Inn, and they are greeted by concierges as they would any high rent hotel."
Just like any other high rent hotel, prepare to be amazed. We start the tour on 'Howllywood Boulevard'.
The automatic toilet flushers really impressed me! You can even upgrade your pet to the Fur Seasons Penthouse Suite - complete with a private patio, sky view windows, king-size bed, flat-screen TV and a chandelier.
There's also more affordable boarding at the Barkers Inn. But all pets have access to the three-acre Pet Resort.
I check back up with the boys, and discover the groomers have all fallen in love with the pooches!
"They were really good. It's amazing. These dogs had some training. They were really good, and they really want to have a home. They really do," says groomer Diana Black.