‘The Secret Life of Pets’ tour: What you need to know
Posted On July 27, 2021
You might not be familiar with the phrase “The Secret Lives of Pets,” but it’s the name that’s been used by the Hollywood movie producer and his company, Shinedown Tours.
The tour company, which specializes in virtual tours, lets visitors experience real life with pets.
You get to see the animals, meet some of the staff, and take photos with the animals.
The company has been a big draw for Disney, with tours going on at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and SeaWorld parks.
It even runs the popular “Pet Rescue and Therapy” event at the San Diego Zoo.
Shinedout Tours was founded in 2005 by former San Diego police officer Michael Womack and his wife, actress Jessica Womak.
Womacke and Womaks are the owners of the Shinedows, which they operate out of a former studio in California.
The Womacks own the film production company, The Wombats, which produced the hit television show, The Amazing World of Gumball.
Shomedown Tours has grown to a global tour company that’s a key part of Disney’s film and television production.
The Shodown Tours virtual tours are so popular that Disney is now allowing people to take them on the road in some cities.
In 2016, the company made a video that shows people experiencing the animals in their own homes.
But Womans’ company has recently made it a point to emphasize that it’s not a tourist attraction.
“We don’t want to scare anybody, so we don’t go out there and say ‘Welcome to Shoden Tours.
If you want to get into this, you’ll be out there,” Womach told ABC News.
The video went viral on social media and the company has since been flooded with requests from people who are interested in visiting Shodens tour company.
And they’re coming.
Shodout Tours recently started selling a limited number of virtual tours to people who want to experience the animals at their homes.
You can visit one of the virtual tours at any of the Disney parks or Disneyland, and you’ll get a free tour of the animals yourself.
“It’s a way to get some sort of understanding of the real world in the home,” Wompkow told ABC.
“You can experience the pets in the homes, and it’s a really fun experience.
It’s like a real pet experience.”
The Shoredown Tours tour is one of a few that Womich has done for Disney.
But the company says its virtual tours work on a much broader level than just pets.
“In a lot of ways, it’s like getting into the inner sanctum of your family,” Wombak said.
“And, as you get to know your family, you can see them more clearly and they’ll make you feel closer to them.”
It’s not the first time Shoredon Tours has tried to create a virtual tour for pets.
In 2017, it released a virtual animal tour, but it wasn’t very successful.
“Our first tour was very successful, and the second tour, the number of visits is going up, but the experience is the same,” Wommack said.
The reason for the success of the first tour, Womback said, was because the animal was so cute and easy to talk to.
But in 2018, they made a change to the virtual animal.
They added a different pet to the tour, and they say it’s made a huge difference in the way people interact with animals.
“When we do virtual tours and we’re introducing pets, they start to respond to us a lot more,” Womeck said.
He added that when he first began taking Shoredontours virtual tours last year, people were not used to the idea of being able to talk with their pets.
The only people who were really able to understand what the tour was about were those that were familiar with pets in real life.
“As you get more and more people in your life who have a pet, it makes it really easy to interact with the pet,” Womaak said, adding that it also gives the tour company a sense of community.
“If we can build that community, it opens up the doors for more of our guests to experience and really enjoy our experience,” he said.