There’s no denying that G’day! Pet Care has quite an impressive pedigree. We offer premium pet care, pet home care, pet food and pet training. You can select one of our most popular and convenient service packages or we can assist you in customizing a package of G’day! We customize services to satisfy your specific needs.
Owners come to Dirty Dawgz Plano to use specialty grooming tools such as deshedders, undercoat rakes, and slicker brushes. They also find specialty shampoos, such as oatmeal, tea tree, and whitening, many of which can smooth out fur, oust fleas and ticks, or make the dog invisible to people whose hearts aren't true. When Dirty Dawgz Plano staffers perform services themselves, they adapt the grooming to each dog's size, breed, and personality.
Guests turn in for the night to recline in plush beds as they listen to soft music and enjoy meals delivered by attentive staff members. Rather than venturing out in the morning to shop and sightsee, however, these lodgers would rather spend some quality time with a chew toy. When away from home, pet guests at Pappy's Pet Lodge lie in the lap of luxury with amenities typically found in four-star human resorts. Orthopedic, chew-proof Kuranda pet beds cosset pups while they rest from the day's three walks and bounty of play time with similar-sized dogs. Experienced trainers also lead classes that help banish bad behaviors, from chewing on the couch and barking excessively to borrowing the car without asking.
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Fulfill horse-related childhood dreams, such as conquering Bronze Age agrarian civilizations with today’s Groupon. For $59, you’ll get two semi-private English horseback riding lessons at Stony Glen Stables in Aubrey (a $120 value), including all equipment. Located just north of Frisco, the expansive stables can be found three miles off the tollway here.
Your equine education at Stony Glen involves more than just dismounts and fancy trots—you'll also learn about safety, grooming, and tack care. Level I Riders start with a briefing in the three S's: stop, start, and steer at the trot - plus the fourth S: Stanislavksi, the acting method that instructs you to be "in the moment" with the horse while understanding the underlying motivations of your character. If you're shaky or shy in the saddle, semi-private lessons with just one other student and one instructor will keep the lesson intimate, hands-on, and free of paparazzi.
Animal-based transportation gives many people a sense of companionship and connection with nature. Mounted on the back of a mare, you’ll not only learn to telepathically interpret a horses's brain thoughts, but you'll also meet an animal friend who nuzzles his way into your heart. Being skilled in the saddle could bring you ribbons, stronger thigh muscles, and potential for a new filly-focused career (jockey, rodeo star, actor). If you want the other person in your class to be someone you know, buy an extra Groupon for a friend.