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anyone ever been here? or plan on going?

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Never been. I just was the Dobes in the bathtub, and the minpins in the kitchen sink.

There is a really cool dog bakery/trendy shop in DT Naperville I love taking the dobes to. The owners have 2 Bostons who are always hanging out at the store. It's where I got my Dobes solid Rhinestone collar (bling bling!).

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The place is a gold mine. Good people. Looked into that type of business years ago.

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Never been. I just was the Dobes in the bathtub, and the minpins in the kitchen sink.

There is a really cool dog bakery/trendy shop in DT Naperville I love taking the dobes to. The owners have 2 Bostons who are always hanging out at the store. It's where I got my Dobes solid Rhinestone collar (bling bling!).
LOL yeah I wash Bella in the tub as well. I was just curious as to how much they charge for some EVO

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The place is a gold mine. Good people. Looked into that type of business years ago.
Which place? The wash place or the doggie bakery? Before I started for Walgreens 8 yrs ago I owned a pet sitting business and did in home obedience training. I then added to the business and started doing custom made doggie gift baskets with home made all natural dog treats. It was really succesful, but just got to be too much... I sold my client list and moved into IT at Walgreens. Never looked back.

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LOL yeah I wash Bella in the tub as well. I was just curious as to how much they charge for some EVO

You should just bring Bella over...I'll spray her with the hose and only charge ya $10.

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You should just bring Bella over...I'll spray her with the hose and only charge ya $10.
actually she's one of the easiest dogs to give a bath to. She's not happy about it, but she'll just stand there LOL

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actually she's one of the easiest dogs to give a bath to. She's not happy about it, but she'll just stand there LOL
I expect nothing else from her! She's amazing!! you need to stop up at my work one day with her...one of my sales guys has a red nose...and I bet he's not as cool as Bella!

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Which place? The wash place or the doggie bakery? Before I started for Walgreens 8 yrs ago I owned a pet sitting business and did in home obedience training. I then added to the business and started doing custom made doggie gift baskets with home made all natural dog treats. It was really succesful, but just got to be too much... I sold my client list and moved into IT at Walgreens. Never looked back.
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ive always washed my own dogs, i never really had a long hair breed, but if i did i would take care of them myself, but if i was old or handicapped for sure i would hire a service for the love they give in return.



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It wasn't your client list that was worth anything for your pet sitting business. It was me and your brother. I If I knew that, I could have sold your client list! I did enough of your pet sitting for you!


True...you and David did ALOT of my work..lol. See, you've always been my bitch.

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also check out wags to wiskers in plainfield, renwick and 59 right behind the car wash. I take rusty there all the time and use thier wash facilities, and I buy his food there.




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also check out wags to wiskers in plainfield, renwick and 59 right behind the car wash. I take rusty there all the time and use thier wash facilities, and I buy his food there.

Just watch the bakery items at these places. I've seen lots of dogs get sick or die from stuff those places sell

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