The “You Wash” service gives you all the self-washing tools you need to cleanse a canine coat. It includes you choice of shampoo, creme rinse, combs, brushes, towels, use of warm-air dryer, and an all-natural finishing spritzer. The typical canine has excessive mouth slobber, toenail gunks, drain-clogging hair, and a waggy tail that knock all upright things disupright every time you wrestle it into the kiddy pool, Jacuzzi tub, or fine porcelain bathtub, making it hard to give a dog a bath. A dog, when left to his or her own devices, will work up an unconscionable stench, often by rolling in the unconscionable stench which he or she encounters in his or her daily stinkromp. Baths are vital for these cuddlesome critters, and with no purchase limit on today's deal, you can challenge your dog to dirtify itself as often as it likes.
Founded more than 25 years ago at a single store in suburban Maryland, Wild Bird Centers has since spread its bevy of birding gear and wildlife-watching supplies to approximately 50 locations across the United States and Canada. At each shop, knowledgeable and friendly staffers compile an immense inventory of top-quality birdseed, including their own exclusive blends of premium, field-tested ingredients. They equip patrons with a cavalcade of bird-watching accouterments such as binoculars, birdhouses, birdbaths, and Big Bird costumes and help customers to enhance their wildlife wisdom with gardening tools. To further help patrons to decipher the symphony of birdcalls they hear, Wild Bird Centers proffers a Backyard Birds Field Guide, which includes helpful information about the characteristics and habitat of common avian species. Additionally, all purchases contribute to customers' Birdie Bucks accounts, Wild Bird Centers' customer-rewards program.
After you open that air-hole dotted gift box and discover that it's a pet rather than the singing cutlery you'd been hoping for, you'll need to stock up on supplies for your adorable Saturnalia puppies and cranky Festivus cats. Today's Groupon to The Dog Shop gets you $50 towards self-service dog washing, toys, grooming, training, and more for $25. Conveniently located in Georgetown, The Dog Shop saves you a trip to the suburbs with a rambunctious boxer in the backseat. Walk your pup to the bright and friendly shop, where employees have been known to play with four-legged customers' bipedal shopping companions.
Trainer Michelle Yue started Good Dog DC to coach canines and offer solutions to their behavioral issues. She specializes in aggression and reactivity, but has experience in alleviating dogs' fears and anxieties, too. Michelle boasts a solid stack of certifications and professional memberships, and each year she adds to her arsenal of tools with more educational programs.