DPJ Yelper of the Week: Amy D. on Wag N’ WashTweet
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Dexter ALWAYS gets spoiled here! After Washington Park, where he was coated in every doggie fluid imaginable, he needed a bath. Badly. I didn’t want him bringin’ no doggie herpes home!
They remembered his name as soon as we walked in. He’s quite the popular puppy here. I used to live across the street and he just looooves the place!
After a quick tutorial in the wash area, my 7-pound rat terrier was ready to be scrubbed. They give you a few different brushes as well as shampoo AND conditioner! I never thought to condition my pet’s coat before.
He also needed his lil nails clipped. I was whisked right in, even though the groomer was doin’ a pomeranian. It was quick and pain-free.
Then, the treats. Dexter loves the training treats! We practice his tricks from school (PetSmart puppy class) every night and he devours the different treats.
His favorite? Peanut butter! They had some star-shaped peanut butter treats and even a mini peanut butter pie, which he got a slice of.
Toys? Tons! Dexter needs squeakers. Got him some long-ass, strange-looking pink dog that squeaks near its tail. Bought it just days ago and the dang thing already got decapitated. There is white fluff all over my living room.
It’s all good, though. You can’t have a 7-pound dog be a total wuss, you know?
Wag N’ Wash is located at 4230 N. 7th Ave. in 7th Ave./Melrose. (602) 462.9274
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