Dogs are considered man's best friend because unlike with human friends, you can force them to be groomed against their will. Make over your mutt with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for a small dog (up to 20 lb.) spa treatment (a $50 value)
- $30 for a medium dog (21–45 lb.) spa treatment (a $60 value)
- $35 for a large dog (46+ lb.) spa treatment (a $70 value)
Grooming visits begin with an aromatherapy bath and soothing hydro massage, which can alleviate tension in the dog's muscles. Next, a deep-conditioning treatment moisturizes the skin and fur before a warm-towel wrap dries pooches off. Based on customer requests or the standard look for the breed, the groomer then brushes and styles coats, concluding the session with a teeth brushing. Appointments typically last 2.5–3.5 hours.
Bath & Doggie Works
Justin Bennett appreciates artistic challenges, such as turning a poodle into a blooming tree. He accomplishes this feat with nothing but scissors, brown dye, vibrant flower decorations, and a knack for primping his four-footed clients. The petal-specked pooch is one of the more daring examples of his grooming endeavors—more often he leaves dogs simply clean and chic using a host of all-natural products. Aromatherapy and hydro massages put his canine guests at ease before shampoos and conditioners scrub through their coats, and a brush tackles any lingering knots. His services often include a nail trim, pad cleanup, and a new hairstyle, crafted to suit the dog's breed or the owner's request.
Six years of experience with all kinds of breeds has enabled Justin to gussy up most any canine. He strives to imbue Bath & Doggie Works with a spa-like environment, pampering each dog with the same meticulous care he would award his own pet. His customized treatments can even address individual quirks, including shampoo for rampant shedders and a calming, plant-derived liquid for nervous pups, who won't stop trying to twiddle the thumbs they don't have.