Today's deal saves you the tedium of bathing your barking beauty at home: $15 gets you $30 worth of self-service dog washing at Dirty Dog, the do-it-yourself canine bathhouse that has four locations in Austin.
The concept is simple: Dirty Dog provides a raised, industrial sink with spray hose, tearless shampoo, conditioner, ear wash, hair dryers, nail clippers, grooming tables; you provide the dirty pup and a post-wash skateboard. Show up with your dingy dachshund, strap on a waterproof apron, and give him the comfort of being washed by his most trusted compatriot. Dirty Dog even provides washing instructions and stairs to help larger canines into the tub.
Dirty Dogs' bathing rates differ by weight and additional services. Dogs that weigh less than 30 pounds bathe for $13, 31- to 70-pound dogs bathe for $15, and more than 70-pound pooches for $17. Specialty shampoos, such as oatmeal, whitening, and flea and tick, can be purchased for an additional $2.25. A dog wash and hair clipper rental costs $25. Since most dogs rack up about a $15 bill at Dirty Dogs, you can apply the balance of this Groupon toward the next washing. Grab this deal and give your pet a professional, yet personal washing that's both professional and personal, while including washing.
Citysearchers love to scrub at Dirty Dog:
- I think its [sic] a great concept, their employees are super nice and very reassuring when i wasn't sure about me doing the bath for my dog. – kittyladyrenee
- I have taken my Wheaton to Dirty Dog several times to bathe her myself. It was so easy! They have everything there you need. my dog couldn't jump out of the tub and I didn't have to break my back bending over the shower! – stanleyann
- They provide everything, so I never have to worry about packing everything up. They have aprons, so I don't get wetter than my dog, and everything is sooooo easy. – cowgrl77
Hero Dogs in The News
Dogs are a man ’s best friend for good reason: they are often able to help out their owners in extraordinary circumstances. Here are some recent heroic dogs worth knowing about:
- St. Louis’s Rex, a German shepherd: When his owner suddenly passed out, Rex dialed Pizzoli’s and successfully ordered dinner, set the table, and tipped the driver 20%.
- Utica’s Scooter, a Pomeranian: Saved his owner from having nothing to talk about on a first date by getting worms the night before.
- Dallas’s Prince Norington, an American bulldog: Scared away those no-good, disrespectful neighborhood brats from playing in his owner’s Toxic Chemical and Baseball Mitt Factory.
- Salt Lake City’s Lady, a border collie: Gained the ability to reason after being fed Hot Pockets every day for nine years.
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