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Phoenician now offering luxury resort experience for pets too

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Scottsdale's Phoenician resort is taking pet pampering to a whole new level. Dogs can now enjoy a 5-star experience along with their families.

The Phoenician is expanding its pet friendly program, and now the resort is literally catering to dogs.

In-house chefs are creating a gourmet doggie room-service menu.

10 percent of the doggie menu's sales will go to the Arizona Humane Society.

"It's going to be some high end, dog-style food. So there's going to be a lot of chicken, salmon, again meat dishes. There'll be some special appetizers and snacks," says Denise Seomin, Phoenician resort.

"Whether it's to help the E.A.M.T's who rescued Dottie here, or the animals that end up in our trauma center that have been hit by cars or injured or suffered from cruelty and abandonment and neglect, it'll all go towards that," says Ashleigh Goebel, Arizona Humane Society.

The new menu is available starting next Monday.

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