The Ritz-Carlton Cancun is Calling All Dog Lovers

Dog-loving guests who are staying at The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, can bring back home more than fond memories and make a difference while on vacations. Luxury travelers can volunteer one morning to connect with Rescate Malix, a nonprofit animal rescue organization.

Guests pay a $39 dollar donation to Rescate Malix for the pleasure of grooming and bonding with these adorable four-legged friends. Once a month guests can visit Rescate Malix’s Rescue & Awareness Center where they will get to wash, groom and exercise the adorable animals that have been rescued from living in the streets.

Located next to an ancient Mayan site, it offers a great and entertaining alternative for guests who like to explore the hotel’s surroundings.

While grooming the dogs and raising funds for Rescate Malix is a major focus, the Dog Wash project also helps to find permanent homes for these animals. The organization has in place an easy process for visitors to adopt dogs and take them home.

The Dog Wash project at The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, is offered the first Saturday of the month.

Call +52-998-881-0808 or visit www.ritzcarlton.com/cancun.

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