What You'll Get
While dogs make delightful companions, certain breeds of human find their earthy aroma and tendency to wear the same outfit every day unpleasant characteristics of the superior canines. Ensure that your furry friend emits the finest of aromas: for $20, you get $40 worth of dog grooming services at Dirty Dawgz. Your Groupon is redeemable exclusively at the dog dippery's Plano location.
Dirty Dawgz provides a fun and fully equipped environment for you to lure an unsuspecting schnauzer to her next lathering or strand-snipping. Opt for the do-it-yourself wash, where you’ll hose down, shampoo, condition, towel dry, brush, and blow-dry your dogpanion before clipping her nails, washing her ears, tattooing a butterfly on her ankle, and grooming the good girl until she achieves a zenlike state of total-body cleanliness ($14.50). Or go for the sexy beast package to upgrade the shampoo option for a high-falutin hound with strand-sudsing potions infused with tea tree and oatmeal ($17.50). For the fearful shampooer or owners of uncooperative pooches, let the pros bathe and trim your humble hound ($24.50+) for a snazzy, snag-free new 'do.
The value of this Groupon may be rolled over for two or more treatments, so if your newly buffed beagle takes a romp through a rose or refuse field, you can bring the naughty boo back for a quick dog-dousing. Take this opportunity to clean an uncharmingly dirty dog, or gift this Groupon to an oblivious animal owner in the hopes of shaming them into action. Call ahead to make an appointment.
Dirty Dawgz was named the Best Dog Wash by the Dallas Observer in 2005:
- You bring your muddy mutt in. They show the two of you to a booth equipped with a big hose and a squeeze bottle full of dog shampoo. You wash the beast. It's great. All of the stupid flapping and shaking and slobbering gets done within the confines of a nice metal stall instead of in your house or apartment or, worse, out on the lawn where other people can watch. They have a big blower so you can dry off the cur before getting back to the car. – Dallas Observer
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 10, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per dog, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only; subject to availability. Valid for services only. Unused balance can be used on second visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.