When a man gets in trouble, he’s said to be “in the doghouse"; when a dog gets in trouble, he’s said to be “in the doghouse” since only humans can speak and they naturally define all terms in relation to themselves. Give your canine comrades what they’d ask for if they could with today’s Groupon to Sloppy Dog Wash. This deal is valid at the Tulsa and Broken Arrow locations. Choose from the following options:
- For $5, you get $10 worth of pet supplies.
- For $10, you get a self-serve Dirty Dog wash (a $20 value).
- For $30, you get a Complete Full Service wash (a $60 value).
Sloppy Dog Wash's selection of leashes, collars, and harnesses ($4.99+) can accessorize pooches of every make and model. A blueberry facial product ($16.99 for a 17 oz. bottle) brings the spa pampering home with an aroma therapeutic treatment made with blueberries, avocado, and coconut oil. Sloppy Dog Wash also stocks its bath stations with similar products and supplies that owners or professionals can wield while cleansing canines.
The self-serve Dirty Dog wash frees-up a semi-private station for owners, complete with a tub designed to cradle their favorite quadruped and an arsenal of brushes, dryers, towels, and loofa chew toys. Customers can clean their own pooch from snout to tail employing either the Bath Master animal bathing system, which showers pets with a focused stream of water while soap muscles its way through layers of fur, or the Furminator treatment, which slathers coats with a shampoo formulated to reduce shedding.
Alternately, a Complete Full Service wash places dogs in the capable hands of a professional pup cleaner who will banish grime with a thorough wash, dry, and brush session. Additionally, pets submit their fur to both the Bath Master bathing system and a Furminator treatment. Then, a nail trim sculpts paws, and three gourmet cookies make dogs feel as comfortable as starfish in an underwater planetarium. Full-service washes consume at least two hours of daylight, ensuring canines emerge from their tubs with lustrous coats clean enough to squeak louder than most chew toys.