Glycemic Research Institute ® in Washington, D.C. announced
today that it has awarded PAWS INN PARADISE the Best PET RESORT
OF THE YEAR again for 2011-2012.
Medical Advisory Board, Senior Staff, and Associate Research
Fellows of the Glycemic Research Institute® (GRI) provide
Independent Pro Bono Certification for products that pass
the strict GRI Protocols, by authorization of the United States
government, the Canadian government and the United Kingdom
year, the Glycemic Research Institute®, a Non-Profit organization,
selects the Best Pet Food of the Year, Best Pet Food Store,
and Best Pet Resort, for its coveted National Awards.
Inn Paradise was selected as the State-of-the-Bark™ Best Pet
Resort due to its professional, kind, loving, and humane care
of pets, as well as a plethora of services, including a heated
pool just for dogs, Puppy Play Time, Suites with televisions
playing the Animal Planet 24/7, and live cameras in each Suite
so that pet owners can view their pets from any location worldwide.
One client spends half the year in Japan, and sets up his
laptop so he can watch his beloved pet on the Pet-Cam at Paws
Ron and Sandy Bittaker are consummate professionals. Ron Bittaker
has over 17 years experience in canine training, and is a
certified police K-9 instructor for the State of Florida.
Ron’s expertise includes both civilian and working dogs. His
training with working dogs stems from a long career with Police
K-9's. At Paws Inn Paradise, Ron and his team offer basic
obedience, behavior and problem solving for your pet, as well
as advanced police K-9 training (www.PawsInnParadise.com).
Award winners may be seen at www.GRIPetFoods.com.
All Glycemic Research Institute Awards are Pro Bono and there
is no financial affiliation between the Glycemic Research
Institute and the Award winners.