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Treat your dog to a staycation at New Orleans Dog Nanny (617 S. Claiborne Ave., 528-3747;, where boarding rates are reduced 25 percent to $30 per night for a limited time. The Dog Nanny offers cage-free boarding and day care with 24-hour on-site supervision. Bathing, grooming and training are also available. A mobile veterinary clinic is on site Fridays from noon to 7 p.m., offering most veterinary services for dogs and cats.

This month, Feet First (4119 Magazine St., 899-6800; 526 Royal St., 569-0005; kicks off its Give Back, Give Local campaign by donating a percentage of all weekend proceeds to help save Le Petit Theatre. Feet First will donate a portion of weekend proceeds to a different charity or nonprofit each month for the next year.

Serenity Spa (Hotel Le Cirque, 936 St. Charles Ave., 962-0900; is hosting a Father's Day event at 6 p.m. Saturday (and June 20), in which your dad and a companion can get massages, a hot towel shave and enjoy food and drink for $125. That price includes a choice of three packages, including a humidor and a cigar shipped to him every month for a year; a one-night stay at Hotel Le Cirque; or a gift card good for a one-hour Swedish massage, a one-hour deep-cleaning facial, or a 30-minute hot towel shave and a half-hour therapeutic facial.

Savvy Gourmet (4519 Magazine St., 895-2665; has teamed up with chef Robert Faust to offer dinner home delivery. Faust publishes a new menu every Wednesday on Savvy's Web site and takes orders until Sunday at 2 p.m. Delivered to your door on Monday afternoon, all meals come with a main course and two sides for $13.50 per adult and $4.50 per child, with a minimum of two adults. There also will be a pasta entree every week for $10 per adult and $3.50 per child.

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