Pet spas appear to offer almost anything for people's beloved animals and the Japanese spa D+ Kirishima takes this concept to the next level by offering pet exorcisms.
The spa enlists a Shinto priest to conduct the unusual ceremony, titled the 'Pet Dog Exorcism Plan.' The service is targeted towards older or sick dogs and seeks to rid them of negative energy and bad spirits, as well as pray for their future health. The pet exorcism lasts for 30 minutes and costs $235 for a room of two people and their pet, including meals and the ceremony.
This unusual service is likely to appeal to people who have religious or spiritual beliefs that they would like to use to improve the health of their pets.
The 'D+ Kirishima' Pet Spa Offers an Unusual Spiritual Service
Mishal Omar — November 1, 2016 — Lifestyle
References: dplus-kirishima & mirror