Though dogs are man's best friend, they are unable to be a groom's best man due to their inability to resist gnawing on mouthwatering cake toppers. Keep man's chompiest friend looking sharp with today's Groupon to All Things PAWSitive in Redmond. Choose from the following options:
- For $14, you get a full-service grooming for a small dog (up to 20 pounds) (a $35 value).
- For $33, you get a full-service grooming for a large dog (21+ pounds) (up to a $69 value).
- For $99, you get a 10-day pass to dog daycare (a $270 value). This pass does not need to be used on 10 consecutive days.
The staff of groomers and certified dog trainers at All Things PAWSitive helps canines look and feel their best with pet grooming and daycare services. During full-service grooming sessions, the staff integrates aromatherapy, pheromone diffusers, and doggy fashion montages to transform unruly coats. Dog washes kick off with a brush-out and pre-clip, followed by an ear cleaning, nail trimming, and expression of anal glands. Trainers then bathe pets in hypoallergenic elixirs before hand blow-drying fur into bouffant shapes. After a breed-specific haircut done by hand, stylists accentuate new looks with a bow or bandana followed by a spritz of perfume or cologne. Alternatively, pets can socialize with four-legged friends and receive one-on-one time from a staff member during dog daycare, which operates from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday–Friday. The trainers help enforce basic training principals, such as no jumping or playing poker, and treat dogs to hourly potty breaks in the outdoor fenced-in area.
Redmond-Kirkland & Redmond-Fall City Animal Hospitals
Pet owners consider their animals a part of their family, and the veterinarians at Redmond-Kirkland & Redmond-Fall City Animal Hospitals treat them as such. The American Animal Hospital Association–accredited hospitals possess medical technology that you won't find at many vet's offices—their CO2 laser lets the vets perform delicate surgeries with minimal bleeding and pain, digital dental x-rays help them detect tooth decay, and cancer therapy helps ailing pets fight unfortunate conditions. Their specialties don't end with cats and dogs, as the medical professionals also provide care to other creatures ranging from guinea pigs and rabbits to birds and reptiles.