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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
$23 for a full grooming package for a small dog that weighs up to 30 pounds ($48 value)
$28 for a full grooming package for a medium dog that weighs 26–50 pounds ($57 value)
$34 for a full grooming package for a large dog that weighs 51–70 pounds ($68 value)
$40 for a full grooming package for an extra-large dog that weighs at least 70 pounds ($80 value)
- Bath with deep-cleaning shampoo
- Expression of anal glands
- Nail trimming
- Ear cleaning
- All-over haircut to client specification
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per household. Appointment required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed the Groupon price). Must be up to date on vaccines. Extra fee for matted, double-coated, or difficult to handle dogs. Valid for new customers or existing customers not active in the last 120 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Puppy Love Dog Grooming
Deshedding Services: Getting to the Bottom of Fur
Pet grooming can improve the cleanliness of your home as well as your favorite critter—take, for instance, deshedding treatments.
Most cats and dogs shed constantly, and cleaning it up can be an endless job. To help reduce the amount of pet hair floating around your home, groomers offer deshedding treatments—which some claim can reduce shedding by 60%–80% more attractively than shaving all but a pet’s left hind leg.
There are many different deshedding methods, but most treatments follow a similar trajectory. The groomer does an initial combing or brushing to inspect the animal’s coat and work through any tough mats that have developed. Then the pet gets a shampoo-and-conditioning treatment with products made for helping loose fur move along. A powerful dryer blasts the fur, taking with it lots of loose tufts. Finally, most groomers also use a special deshedding tool. Devices such as the Furminator use a comb to push through the topcoat and draw loose undercoat hairs against a stainless-steel edge and clear them away.