If you are looking for a way to relax on a holiday out of the country, this hotel in Bali, Indonesia may just be right for you.
Rescued puppies were taken care of at Puri Garden Hotel and Hostel in Ubud, and they let hotel guests play with them while lounging by the pool.
“We saw the benefits for the dogs spending time with the people to help them to be ready for their forever home, and it is a special experience for our guests,” Daniel Silva, the hostel’s owner, told MailOnline Travel in an interview.
Dubbed as “puppy therapy”, guests can have a great time bonding with the dogs rescued by the Bali Dogs Association. Each session costs less than £19 per night and it takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 1:30pm and 3:30pm.
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