March’s Dog of the Month’s Unique Beat
| Mar 17th, 2014

March’s Dog of the Month is a dog with a blog who knows all the places you and your pup should go!

Spring Fling
| Mar 7th, 2014

Join us at Zoom Room Hollywood for Spring Fling. If you’re looking for the chance to mingle with fellow Zoomers and introduce your pup to some new pals, then Spring Fling is the event for you!

Snacks and drinks will be provided, and you’ll also have the chance to win some awesome raffle prizes!

Giveaways include chews, bones, toys, an Unlimited Class Package, and 4 and 10 packs of Private Gyms.

You and your on-leash dog will receive four free raffle tickets with entry.  Space is limited, though, so sign up now before it’s too late!

February’s Dog of the Month Moves Community
| Feb 18th, 2014

Spunky Sherlock uses his charm and personality to rally his community for good.

NYC to LA: A Love Story
| Jan 29th, 2014

One dog’s 2,800 mile journey to a forever home.

Chihuahua Dock Diving
| Jun 7th, 2013

Have Your Chihuahua Dive, Leap, Jump or Fall into a Pool for a Prize!

| Nov 19th, 2012

A holiday photo session just for your pet!

| Nov 19th, 2012

Don’t know what to get your favorite dog for the holidays? We have packages for all the different dogs in your life!

Thankful for Black Friday Deals!
| Nov 19th, 2012

Black Friday Sale 15% off Everything!* and Discounted Gift Cards!

Shiba Inu December 2012 Meetup
| Nov 16th, 2012

On December 8, 2012, Let your Shiba Inu’s party off leash with other Shiba Inu’s at Zoom Room Hollywood! We’ll have snacks, drinks, music and agility equipment!

Nurse Dog
| Oct 4th, 2012

We were about to go home after a long morning of volunteering at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles when a nurse came running up to us.

Ready to save my life — everyday!
| Sep 29th, 2012

Valencia is a lovely and caring Standard Poodle, but to me she’s so much more! As a certified diabetic alert service dog, Valencia has been trained to detect (through my breath, hands, and feet) dangerous blood glucose levels. Being a diabetic, having a dog that can spontaneously alert detection of high or low blood glucose, as well as diabetic coma or seizure is truly a life saver.

Fuzzy Inspiration……
| Sep 28th, 2012

Douglas Fur came into my life when he chose me that fateful day in November 2009. As I bent down to meet another dog he jumped on my head. They pulled him off and he came right back and did it again. He brought something back into my life that had been missing, laughter. I lost my dog Merlin a few years earlier. He lived a long life of 16.5 years and it was devastating for me when he passed.

He always knows what’s up.
| Sep 28th, 2012

I have several allergies, both food and environmental, some of which are deadly. When I first rescued Enzo I wanted to train him to be a medical alert service animal. I was never able to fully finish his training because he comes with an anxiety and nervousness that I was not able or qualified to work with. I have just started his training back up with Zoom Room and hopefully will be able to help him overcome his fears.

My Little Best Friend
| Sep 27th, 2012

I’ve never had the opportunity to have kids. I had always thought about owning a dog one day, but when my grandmother (who had always wanted a dog but wasn’t physically well enough to care for one by herself) broke her hip right before Christmas two Christmas’s ago, I decided to commit. My boyfriend and I found Cabo at a breeder in Riverside and at 10 days old, we picked out him out of the litter from 8 other puppies.

Living a Siberian Kid’s Dream
| Sep 27th, 2012

I grew up in the 80s in Siberia, then part of the Soviet Union. My Mom and I would daily feed the hords of homeless cats trying to help them survive the cold weather. But there were almost no dogs anywhere around me. In my town, the mayor ordered the local police to shoot stray dogs “for sanitary reasons”. It was done at night to “not disturb the public”.