Dirty Dog Pet Grooming

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(1.0 out of 5, based on 1 review)

2117 18TH AVENUE NORTHTEXAS CITY, TX 77590
(409)945-0171

1196 miles away
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Lynette
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Rating: 1

Wouldn't use this place!

posted 6 years ago

I would never bring my animal to Dirty Dawg's again! I brought my dog to her once because I was in a hurry to have my dog groomed before company came into town and my regular groomer was booked. First off, this business is run out of a woman's garage. There was junk piled everywhere. She was keeping the dogs in crates with laundry piled on top of them. Some of the dogs were wet and the entire garage spelled awful and unclean. When we came in, she walked over to talk to us and left the dog she was working on standing on the table with his head in the noose. The second she turned her back, the terrified, shaking dog tried to get away and fell off the table. The dog was literally hanging from the noose behind her. She would not have even had a clue if we didn't point it out. Her response was nonchalant and uncaring. She grabbed the dog, put it back on the table, and yelled at it for "being bad". She then told us what a stupid dog it was. We were mortified and turned and walked out immediately.

Pros: Close to home

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