Though television audiences remember Lassie for saving distressed children from wells, her handlers remember her for being a regular dog who didn’t know that she was famous. Treat your pet to celebrity styling with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
- $18 for one grooming for a small dog (a $36 value)
- $25 for one grooming for a medium dog (a $50 value)
- $37 for one grooming for a large dog (a $75 value)
- $34 for two groomings for a small dog (a $72 value)
- $46 for two groomings for a medium dog (a $100 value)
- $70 for two groomings for a large dog (a $150 value)
Groomers scrub down small (up to 25 lbs.), medium (26–50 lbs.), and large (51+ lbs.) pooches with a thorough bath before trimming or shaving fur, manicuring nails, and cleaning out ears.
Dog Days of Sommer
Kellye Sommer lived closely with nature in her hometown of Seminole, Oklahoma, and spent the early years of her life deeply fascinated by the creatures around her. Her deep empathy, fostered by tolerant parents, led her to adopt and rehabilitate injured and orphaned animals found around their home, and she assembled quite a menagerie. When not bottle-feeding a baby raccoon, bathing a skunk, or teaching a crow to speak Spanish, she and her brother cared for cats, dogs, and a host of other critters. After a pit stop in the horticulture department at Oklahoma State University and 12 years spent working in the medical-technology field at a local hospital, Kellye returned to her first passion—caring for animals.
Today, Dog Days of Sommer makes clever use of Kellye’s surname to describe the substance of her days, which involve caring for pups whose owners are at work or out of town. Beyond the warmly lit lobby of her facility lies a massive indoor play space equipped with toys and large kennels for private sleeping. Throughout their stay, dogs are lavished with myriad pampering services, including baths, full grooming, walks, and supervised romp sessions in the attached yard. Dogs return home clean and sleepy, which is often more than their owners can say, unless they tame wild bars of soap for a living.