We Are All Together Again!

I want to shout out to my amazing crew, yesterday was our first day all working together in our new location. We are so grateful for everyone’s continued support and patience during this transition. I am blessed to have such an amazing group of women willing to show up for this pet community. Being able to provide job security and living wages is one of the greatest things I have done as a business owner. I was able to set up retirement accounts for my team and by the end of this year I will be assisting with their medical care premiums. Reinvesting back into my employees makes sense to […]

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Save When You Support Local Businesses

Sell it Saturday: Spend $50 in any locally owned small business the week prior (7-day period) and get $5 off your wash at Sonny’s Self Wash. Our local economy is important to us. Small business is the back bone of that economy. We want to thank you for helping to support small business owners in Clallam County. Must bring receipt for purchase of $50 or more. Present at time of checkout. Must be a locally owned small business – no corporate backing. Can only be redeemed on Sell It Saturdays. Not to be redeemed with any other coupon or discount. Receipt from prior 7 days only, one receipt per visit.

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Sonny’s Self Wash Grand Opening!

Come check out Sequim’s new pet-focused self wash—grand opening THIS SUNDAY, before the Super Bowl y’all—come join us, February 13th between noon and 3pm! We have lots of amazing raffle baskets from: BestFriend Natural Pet Market; Tedesco’s gift card; One Auto Detailing; kitchen gadgets; children’s picture books by local author Kelly Lenihan; dog toys; gift cards from Sonny’s Pet Care (that’s us)! One fun basket with puzzles and a baby glass candle holder valued at 75$ last time I checked. Plus more fun prizes! Valentine’s pet photos available by appointment at $15 apiece. Raffle tickets are $2 each or 15 for $20. Drawing will be held at 2:45. Net proceeds […]

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We Have Kid’s Gear

Check out our adorable pint-sized aprons! A few of you have come in with your little people and I thought they should have their own gear to help. How cute are these!! Maybe not as cute as my little tow-headed friend here.

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Sequim Food Bank – Donate Here!

Stella is sniffing out our empty donation bins for the Sequim food bank. I just discovered they are no longer able to keep bins at Petco, their biggest donation location. Stop by and drop off dog and cat food—bags, cans, wet, dry—it all helps! Food banks donations have gone way down. Stella said pleeeaazssee!

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Our First DIY Dog Wash Client!

Our first self wash client, EVER, a Keeshond! Her mom has been trying to groom her in the shower at home. Keeshonds are double coated dogs, very low to the ground, back-breaking if you have to bend over in a tub at home. Today they used the the jumbo dog room so they could use the electric lift tub and table. Easy peezy, lemon squeezy!! They’re coming back tomorrow to wash their other dog too. I’m excited to get to know this whole family better. Thank you Sue and Barbara!

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Sonny’s Spaw Changes in 2022

2022 will be bringing a lot of changes to Sonny’s Spaw. We are expanding by adding a Self Wash location in Sequim. This means I, Mary, won’t be around the salon anymore. Please remember to allow my staff plenty of grace during this transition. Sharon will be taking on the role of manager in my absence. If you have questions or concerns, kindly direct them to her. If you are unable to resolve the issue with her, she will refer you to me. Regardless of the issue, I do insist on my staff being treated with respect. A lot of you have been with me since the beginning and I […]

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Houseplants Poisonous to Pets

When it comes to indoor plants, did you know, some are hazardous to your beloved cats and dogs? While many plants are perfectly safe, others can range from mildly irritating to downright lethal. Here’s a list to get you started on the path to keeping your furry friends safe. Additional Tips Make sure to know the botanical name as well as common names of plants, as some go by the same common name. Keep contact information for your regular veterinarian and local emergency vet clinic handy. When possible, take a picture or bring a sample of the suspected poisonous plant to your veterinarian for positive identification, which will assist in […]

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