Even Dirty Dogs Deserve a Stimulus Package

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Boston's DoggieDay PlayCenter announces a stimulus package to clean up your dirty dog. Bathe your mutt for free while getting the best deals on healthy foods, treats, toys and trinkets.

While the two legged animals are cutting back on everything from expensive dinners out to liesure trips to the cape, our four legged friends are getting a little mangier than usual. Instead of the dependable trip to the groomer every four to six weeks, many of man's best friends are getting more baths at the hands of their guardians in the many self-serve dog bathing establishments that have popped up all over the country. This economical alternative to the $50-$100 coiff gets your pooch clean and leaves your bathroom intact, in facilities that basically provide everything for the bathing experience except the dog. And the cost is low enough that you won't need a congressional bail-out package, even if you want to do it once a month or even once a week. But what if there were an even lower cost option?

DoggieDay Playcenter on Tremont Street in Boston thinks that a clean dog is a basic American right that every pet owner posseses, so they've announced a new program to wash your dog for free. That's right, just go down to 400 Tremont Street in Boston's historic south end, and you can wash your dog for nothing. All you need to do is buy your food and treats while you're there, and the water, the towels, the dryers and the use of the brushes is absolutely free of charge. You'll need to spend a minimum amount in the store, based on the size of your dog, but there's no other gimmick here. The minimum purchase is $25 for a small dog, $40 for a medium, and $50 for a large.

There's no limit to how many times a month you can take advantage of this offer.

DoggieDay carries a complete selection of healthy and organic foods and treats, and they'll also match any competitors price on any item that they sell. And if you already use DoggieDay for either DayCare or dog walking, you'll get an additional discount. They have parking in the rear of the building, but on the weekends there is ample street parking available. DoggieDay also has professional groomers on staff for things like nail clipping and ear cleaning, and you choose from a menu of services for at reasonable prices.

For this new service, there are no appointments necessary, but you may want to reserve a time, just in case. So don't pay to wash your dog ever again. Come into the DoggieDay Playcenter today.

DoggieDay is located at the intersection of Tremont and Arlington Streets in Boston.

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LOU WHITNEY
DoggieDay Playcenter
617-426-7387 ext. 221
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