Brandon and Jade Cheek, the husband-and-wife team behind Pet Pooper Scoopers, have always loved dogs. They love them so much that they don't mind cleaning up waste from other dog owners' yards. Busy pet owners can rest easy after the Cheeks' weekly cleaning visits and know that pets—and humans—can walk through their yards without stepping in a mess.
A Fort Worth fixture for five decades, Cowboy Cleaners deploys its finest dry-cleaning methods to tidy up clients’ clothing. At five locations, staffers excise stains from suits, ties, jeans, and dresses with ease and swiftness. Household items also receive a thorough dirt purging, leaving comforters to once again swaddle their owners and tablecloths to stop tempting guests to play connect the dots with their stains.
A lurcher-greyhound mix named Oscar, A-Animal's resident dog, ambles around the office as milling technicians, groomers, and four vets consult with visiting canines. Dogs can study wall-mounted Texas A&M University degrees as animal doctors pore over their furry hides in routine checkups or perform surgery. After frolicking in the sunlight, overnight guests and day campers can roll around their own 60-square-foot dog run. Customers can check on their pup with A-Animal Clinic and Boarding Kennel's webcam, watching as meticulously groomed, cane-twirling dogs emerge from the clinic's salon and spa to visit one of two outdoor playing areas.
Alexandra Hintz’s hair helpers are only an arm’s length away inside Neely O’Hair. They include a gleaming pair of scissors, bowls of hair color, and bottles of Aquage, Redken, and Pureology products. They aid in the creation of trendy manes while clients relax in the eclectic salon, complete with abstract artwork and a babbling wall-mounted fountain.
Natural Expressions Photography was started in 1999 by Christopher McBrown; he enjoys being able to capture moments that uniquely express his clients' thoughts and emotions. Over the years he has had the opportunity to work with a number of local and national clients and be featured in magazines such as Jer and Ebony.