Owning a pet can be expensive due to the costs of food, toys, and bills for phone calls above the range of human hearing. Save a bone with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $60 for three nights of dog boarding (a $126 value)
- $16 for a bathing package for a dog weighing less than 25 pounds (a $35.75 value)
- $19 for a bathing package for a dog weighing 26–50 pounds (a $41 value)
- $25 for a bathing package for a dog weighing 51–75 pounds (a $52.50 value)
- $29 for a bathing package for a dog weighing 76–100 pounds (a $62 value)<p>
The bathing package includes a soothing bath massage, a pedicure, external ear cleaning, and gland expression. A thorough brushing and coat conditioner leave fur glossy and pleasantly scented. This Groupon is valid at Crown Valley Animal Care Center and Newport Center Animal Hospital.<p>
Crown Valley Animal Care
At Crown Valley Animal Care, the list of pet-saving services rivals that of any human hospital. In their tireless pursuit to keep pets healthy, dedicated veterinarians use modern technology on furry, fluffy friends. Their laser surgery eschews traditional scalpels for highly precise cuts, while ultrasounds and digital radiology detect any potential inner problems. Professional groomers also comb through matted coats, restoring pooches to pristine condition. In addition to providing dentistry, wellness services, and an in-house laboratory for tests, the center’s staff furnishes warmer, fuzzier facilities as well.
Pet boarding suites provide ample room for dogs to lounge and play. Tiffany lamps, soft beds, and pedestals accommodate visiting cats—be they aristocats, blue-collar cats, or cats with any other color of collar.
88% of 122 customers recommend
“Great groomers but also great pet hotel AND extra great, caring vets! The one stop shop for your loved furry family member :)”
“It was our dog's first time away from home. They made us feel comfortable and most importantly, they gave him a lot of love and attention :)”
“Many upcharges that others include at no charge. I suppose all was well, dog seemed OK.”