Nail Trim Update

After communicating with Sharon we have come up with the following nail trim policy. This will create more work for us initially, but with current state guidelines and keeping my staff safe, this is about the only thing that works for everyone. We have to have a running list of contacts in case, hopefully not necessary, but just in case contact tracing needs to happen. So from now on please follow these guidelines.  1. Call the salon to schedule a nail trim appointment. 2. We will have space Mon-Fri from 8:30-8:45am and 4:30-5pm.3. Come into the salon with your pet, ONE CLIENT AT A TIME, masked of course.  Please be conscientious of […]

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It’s a Good Time to Give

Good day #sequim. It’s a good time to #give. Don’t forget, for every item donated you’ll receive one #raffle ticket for a $50 gift certificate for your 2021 grooming. SHARE SHARE SHARE. This has been a rough year for all of us. Many will go without this year like many others. But with the effects of Covid it’s even worse. I know what it’s like to go without on Christmas morning. 🎄 Toes are cold 🥶 If the last few mornings are any indication, this will be a cold winter. So bring your unwrapped toy to #sonnysspaw along with a pack of new socks.

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Get Yer Raffle Tickets!

Raffles tickets, get yer raffle tickets 🎟 🗣 #toevember and #toysfortots is underway at #sonnysspaw. Bring an unused pack of socks and/or an unwrapped toy to your next appointment or stop in, masked 😷 and receive one raffle ticket per item donated. We also accept cash donations. Prize will be a $50 gift certificate to be used next year!! Come on guys. We kicked a$$ last year. Filling the box 4 times. Let’s beat that record!! Lots of little kids probably won’t get a Christmas 🎄 this year. Because 🦠, more than usual. I hear it’s going to be a long cold winter. Lots of cold toes. So let’s do what only #sequim can do and give. I live and work in an amazing community. […]

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Tis the Season of Giving!

I wasn’t sure if we would get to do this year’s #toysfortots2020 drive. Santa 🎅 just stopped by and dropped of our EMPTY box and a couple awards to #sonnysspaw. I do this for the kids, but I’ll admit I got choked up at that beautiful plaque. So from now until Christmas Eve, bring me some unwrapped new toys!! It’s gonna be a little different this year. Please wear a mask and make sure the lobby area is clear when you drop off your donation. If you’re dropping off at your scheduled appointment time, that’s okay too!! Hey and don’t forget we are still accepting unused socks 🧦 for #toevember. This year has been hard on […]

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Pet Groomer First Place

There it is!! Thank you all for the love and support. We cannot do what we do without you! I want to especially thank Sharon, she has been such a blessing to Sonny’s Spaw and this pet community. We are lucky to have her. I am truly blessed. Thank you all!! ❤️🐾🐶

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What Human Foods Can Dogs Eat?

You can make sure your dog has a healthy, well-balanced diet by feeding him a quality dog food. But that doesn’t mean you can’t sometimes give your dog people food as a special treat. Only give him a little. Be sure the foods are cooked, pure, and not fatty or heavily seasoned. Here are some ideas. Lean Meats Most dogs are fine eating lean cuts of meat and fish that have been cooked well. Salmon, chicken, turkey, cooked chicken or duck eggs, bison, ground venison, chicken heart, liver and gizzards. Remove all visible fat — including the skin on poultry. Make sure there are no bones in the meat before you give it to your dog. […]

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Toxic and Dangerous Foods Your Dog Should Never Eat

It’s hard to resist a dog’s big eyes gazing mournfully at us while we eat a meal. How bad can a little treat from the table really be? Well, that depends on what it is and what’s in it—there are a lot of people foods a dog should never consume. And, it’s not simply because of concern for their weight, some foods are downright dangerous for dogs—and some of these common foods may surprise you. Xylitol Candy, gum, toothpaste, baked goods, and some diet foods are sweetened with xylitol. It can cause your dog’s blood sugar to drop and can also cause liver failure. Early symptoms include vomiting, lethargy, and […]

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Schedule Your Pet’s Grooming for The Year

Did you know we offer the convenience of scheduling your pet’s grooming appointments for a full year? Since we are typically booked out several months at a time, this is the best way to ensure your pet never misses a grooming. Simply fill out the following request form and return to Sonny’s Spaw to request your preferred grooming schedule. The sooner you return your request form, the better, because we schedule appointments on a first-come first-served basis.  

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