INSIDE of Lisa Vanderpump’s luxury dog rescue shelter featured velvet couches, crystal chandeliers, and a grooming salon.
Summer took viewers on a tour inside the dog rescue center[/caption]
Vanderpump Dogs will be centered on Lisa’s dog rescue center in West Hollywood[/caption]
The West Hollywood dog rescue center lavished its star-studded treatment in a new video.
In the short vid, the director of marketing, Summer Loftis, took viewers inside Lisa’s rescue center, which be the star of her latest show, Vanderpump Dogs.
The clip also showed a deluxe grooming department with a chandelier, a seating area with a fancy fuchsia rug, pink dog cookies, and the Dog House, which had fancy beds and pink blankets.
The Dog House had pink blankets and beds inside[/caption]
Vanderpump Dogs will be streamed on Peacock[/caption]
Summer said: “This is where your future family’s gonna come and adopt you, and Lisa will interview them just to make sure they’re extra special.”
Last month, the trailer for the new Peacock show was released.
In the footage, the TV personality explained her passion for saving dogs.
The grooming salon included a chandelier[/caption]
During her voiceover, Lisa, 60, said: “We created this rescue center and with our incredible team, we have found homes for more than 2,000 dogs.
“It’s like a dating process. You want to have a little foreplay before you go all the way.”
As the preview continued, the Bravo star helped a young girl and her parents find the right pup for their family.
Lisa also starred in Vanderpump Rules[/caption]
During her confessional interview, Lisa added: “We have to be sure that this is the best option for the dog.
“It’s not about just finding somebody attractive across the bar. This isn’t a one-night stand. This is a lifelong relationship.”
Back in April, the reality star faced animal abuse allegations against her competition show, Pooch Perfect.
Lisa starred in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills[/caption]
Fans blasted the show for dressing up the dogs and allegedly dying their fur.
Lisa insisted that the pups featured on her TV show were “treated like royalty” and only groomed with “nontoxic dye.”
The show’s professional dog handler, Loran Morgan, came to Lisa’s defense on Twitter and tweeted that she “would never put her name on a show that didn’t treat animals like royalty.”
Lisa and Ken posed together for a picture[/caption]
Last year, Lisa and her husband Ken Todd, 63, mourned the loss of their beloved dog, Giggy.
Back in December, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star paid tribute to her late pet in an emotional Instagram post.
The Vanderpump Rules star and Ken wrote: “We are devastated to say that our beloved Giggy has passed away this morning.
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“He was truly loved, and we know how many of you loved him too.
“Our sweet Gigolo was such an incredible, unique dog, but mainly, because of him, we started The Vanderpump Dog Foundation and embarked on our mission to save as many dogs as possible.”
The caption concluded: “He inspired us to start our work in rescue, and for that we will always be grateful.
Vanderpump Dogs will stream on Peacock starting on June 9th.
Ken and Lisa’s dog Giggy passed away in 2020[/caption]