Opened in 2006, Sloppy Dog Wash is Tulsa's premier canine care facility offering self-serve dog washes, full service dog washes, dog grooming and a fun variety of dog accessories. All services include free blueberry facials! We are open daily and have one Tulsa location and one Broken Arrow location.
Backed by more than a quarter century of experience, Salon 71's expert staff smooth womanly and manly skin surfaces with indulgent Alexandria Professional sugaring treatments. During the procedure, a fresh batch of lukewarm sugar paste is spread onto unwanted hair, then gently lifted to sweep away entire follicles and stray tumbleweeds without leaving a sticky residue. Sugaring upends stubble in the direction of hair's natural growth to exfoliate skin and foster a more comfortable depilation. Salon 71's all-natural formula fends off forestation for up to six weeks, producing results that last longer than many other hair-removal techniques such as waxing or belt sanding.
Evelyn Coons watched the images of dispossessed pets appear during the news segments on Hurricane Katrina. An animal lover her whole life, she couldn't look at the coverage and not help. She ventured to Second Chance At Love in California, a no-kill shelter that took in 30 dogs who had lost their homes in the hurricane. While volunteering there, she learned from the shelter's founder Cheri Lucas, a practitioner of the training methods developed by "The Dog Whisperer," Cesar Milan.
Now with her own training school, Evelyn continues teaching Milan's methods, helping clients to understand their dogs' innate desires to be well-mannered socialites who always hold their wine glass by the stem. Additional services include treadmill and park sessions to give energetic pooches a safe, structured exercise program. With a particular fondness for pit bulls, she and her husband also rehabilitate dogs rescued in the Tulsa area.
At Four Paws Spa, groomer Laura hides nothing, preferring to wash, trim, and pamper pups where everyone can see them. She beautifies every canine that walks through the door and ensures all clients leave the business free of excess hair, fleas, and bad attitudes. The spa's services run the gamut and include shedding treatments, nail trimming, anal-gland expression, and fur coloring for all breeds and sizes.
Thanks to parents who encouraged a love of animals, Leslie Rosales woke up every morning to a chorus of whinnying horses, yapping dogs, mewing cats, and squawking chickens. Trimming the long locks of her a family brood of cocker spaniels, Leslie quickly picked up grooming and animal-whispering skills. Over the course of a lengthy career as a vet assistant, she grew fed up with what she considered poor treatment of pets, so she started her own grooming shop with a bankroll of just $400.
Years later, Leslie sold that shop and attempted to retire, but her clients prodded her to return to her beloved profession. First-time sessions take a bit longer, Leslie warns, because she monitors the dog's reaction to each new touch. She clips a nail or two at a time or allows the scissors to lop off a few curls of hair around one ear, before stepping back to reward the dog with praise and love. The process eases pooches into the session and test?s each animal?s mood, much the way one dips a toe into a chocolate fountain to make sure it's warm enough to jump into.
Leslie also offers fresh food for dogs allergic to the standard canine diet of commercial pet kibble and mailman tears. The salon also maintains a pet food pantry for pets of low-income households.
Tail Waggers Pet Supplies is packed with locally made goodies waiting to fill the stomachs of man's best friends. Offering full-service grooming, boarding, and doggie daycare as well as nutrient-rich pet food and supplies, the shop aims to keep canines healthy from every angle. They offer grain-free, organic, and high protein pet foods and treats to keep pets living longer and healthier. Owner Keeley Mancuso works with local vendors to outfit canines with treats and equipment. To keep pups having fun, the store stocks a range of toys and gifts for their owners alike.
In addition to the retail shop, Keeley and her team groom pups and run a boarding center. Unlike most kennels, Tail Waggers' crew doesn't keep their furry friends inside crates or cages. Instead, canines spend nights in doggy hotel rooms and days in a play area, where they can bounce and play cribbage with other dogs between regular trips outside. The team? including Waggles, the store's Dalmatian??can also be seen in the community, working with rescue organizations.