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Pets At Home Launches Spa Package For Dogs, Including Luxury Blueberry Facial

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Pets At Home Launches Spa Package For Dogs, Including Luxury Blueberry Facial

This week, millions of Brits have been flocking to salons for post-lockdown beauty treatments. But it's not just us humans who are in need of a spring pamper.

Which is why Pets At Home has launched a spring spa package for your pooch - and it includes a luxury blueberry facial.

Your pooch needs a pamper too! (Credit: Pexels)
Your pooch needs a pamper too! (Credit: Pexels)

To celebrate the re-opening of its Groom Room salons, Pets At Home's 'pawfectly sweet' package is available from now until the end of May.

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The package costs £9 when booked with any grooming service (which includes full grooms, as well as a bath, brush and blow dry).

And it sounds so luxurious, with treatments including a limited edition apricot and kiwi shampoo and spritz; application of teeth clean gel and fresh breath foam; a fruity blueberry facial to remove tear stains and a paw and nose balm.

And each pooch who receives the spa package will also receive an adorable bandana!

Each pooch will also get its own bandana! (Credit: Pets At Home)
Each pooch will also get its own bandana! (Credit: Pets At Home)
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Pets At Home explain that although the package is the perfect treat, regular grooming is an essential part of caring for a dog's health and wellbeing.

They explain regular grooming helps dogs cope with the changes in temperature and prevents matting.

"Dogs tend to shed extra in the Spring as they begin to lose their winter coats," they explain. "Regular grooming will help to not only reduce the amount of shed hair around your home, but also prevent painful mats."


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Regular grooming is also an essential part of caring for a dog's health and wellbeing (Credit: Unsplash)
Regular grooming is also an essential part of caring for a dog's health and wellbeing (Credit: Unsplash)

Grooming also cleans inside the ears, which can prevent infection - and the team look out for any nasty parasites such as fleas and ticks.

"Spring marks the start of the flea season, so it's important to stay on top of your dog's flea and tick control," they continue.

Added to that, as you start enjoying longer walks, it's vital to look out for loose grass seeds that could embed in their fur.

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So not only will your pup have a much-deserved pamper, you'll be keeping them in tip top condition, too!

To book an appointment, simply visit the Pets At Home Groom Room site.

Featured Image Credit: Pets At Home

Topics: Life News, Pets, Animals, Dogs

Lucy Devine
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