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Today's side deal cleans up dirty dogs without the extra mess. For $12, you get $24 worth of self-service dog washing and five fresh baked treats from Four Muddy Paws. The Riverfront Times named the bark-worthy boutique the Best Dog Wash, and St. Louis Tails readers voted it the Best Pet Boutique, among other awards. A basic wash is $12, so you can bathe two pups, or come back a second time when your puppy gets muddy again, or you can splurge on the premium wash (includes cologne, $14) for extra dirty doggies. Redeem your Groupon at the boutique's Edwardsville, IL or St. Louis locations.

1711 Park Ave
Saint Louis,
MO
US

The canine caretakers at BauserHaus keep watch over their guests throughout a 7,000-square-foot facility. Organized by size, dogs spend all day trotting about indoor and outdoor play areas. Come nighttime, boarding dogs snooze in private 5'x5' pens furnished with beds and, like the homes of football stars, astroturf carpeting.

2818 Breckenridge Industrial Ct
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Wolfgang's Pet Stop cossets furry friends with an array of grooming services for pooches and kitties. Trim a four-legged friend's fringe with a bath and brush ($25+) or a bath and hand-scissored cut ($40+)⎯a hand-styled coat cut tailored to a specific breed's show standards, the overall length of the entire coat, or trimmed to resemble your favorite president. Pups can undergo the deshedding treatment to banish any remnants of winter shawls ($5–$25 added to any bath service) and freshen up chompers with a teeth brushing ($8). Pets can also receive a nail trimming ($10–$12) and painting ($15–$20 for pawdicures) to prepare for upcoming dog shows or upscale poker matches.

328 N Euclid Ave
Saint Louis,
MO
US

The boutique boasts a collection of doggie essentials, colorful canine clothing, toys, and services to ensure your furry friend is up to snuff. Appropriately attire an affenpinscher by bestowing her with a Juicy Couture embroidered velour hoodie ($45) for a romp in the park or an Oscar Newman peppermint pixie dress ($82) for an elegant evening. Gifting a giant schnauzer with one of Lola & Penelope's toys, such as the squeakable Harry Barker hemp dog bone ($9.75), will keep tempted teeth from chewing all your sun-dried socks. Or peruse Lola & Penelope's plentiful selection of cute leather collars ($12 and up), carriers ($49 and up), dishes ($15 and up), and deodorizing shampoos ($13.75 and up) to find the finishing touch to your home dog or cat collection. Your Groupon is valid for in-store purchases only.

7742 Forsyth Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

During their stays at Nancy Crane’s Family Pet Care, dogs and cats alike play and lounge under the doting eyes of the animal-loving staff. In the dog kennel, pups sprawl out on heated floors when it's chilly or let their floppy ears waggle in the breeze from central air conditioning on hot days. Outside their doggy doors, hounds can take in the fresh air on daily indoor and outdoor runs.

In the separate cat area far away from disdainful pooches, kitties in most units peer out their windows in search of songbirds, squirrels, neighborhood children, and other natural prey.

The facility's staff is on hand 24 hours a day, to ensure that help is always nearby in case your pup has that recurring dream about eating a gigantic bone. For dogs, the caregivers also dole out some optional pet-pampering services, including outdoor playtime, grooming, and treats of peanut-butter-filled bones and ice-cream cones.

4216 Wilderness Ln
High Ridge,
MO
US

Since 1971, World Aquarium has stuck to its not-for-profit mission to protect marine life and promote the public's understanding of the aquatic world through educational programs, exhibits, and research. The aquarium unsurprisingly favors a hands-on approach; visitors often get close enough to high-five the flippers, fins, or pincers of many of its more than 10,000 animals.

Tour guides wind through exhibits on sea and freshwater animals, showcasing creatures such as sea turtles, sharks, stingrays, and fish from rivers and lakes around the globe. While peering into the faithfully reconstructed habitats, visitors absorb valuable information on how to conserve water, protect aquatic resources, and peacefully resolve conflicts between Siamese fighting fish.

701 N 15th St, 2nd Fl
St. Louis,
MO
US