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Get your furry friend fancied up at Dirty Dog Grooming in Stephenville.

Updated: Sep 15, 2023

There’s a new place for pet owners to get their furry friends fancied up.

Dirty Dog Grooming, located at 3299 W. Lingleville Road in Stephenville, opened Sept. 13.

(It’s two driveways down from Higginbotham Brothers.)

Owner Lacey Helms told Beneath the Surface News that she has been grooming dogs for about four years.

“I always wanted to work with animals, but I just didn’t know how,” she said. “I went to cosmetology school and ended up getting a job grooming dogs in Austin, so I went from doing people hair to animal hair.

"And I fell in love with it!”

Dirty Dog has a coffee bar and sitting area where customers can wait while their dog is groomed.

Services include basic and full grooming packages for dogs of all sizes and a package for short-haired pups.

You can also opt for extras like de-matting, de-shedding and flea treatments.

“I also do cats,” Lacey said.

Lacey will do all the grooming along with Bobbie Winner and Kiana Mulverhill, who she hired to help.

“Safety is my top priority,” she said. “We have a very calm and welcoming environment for our puppies.”

You can make an appointment by calling 254-485-2367.

Dirty Dog Grooming is open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-noon on Friday.

“But we are very flexible,” she said.

The public is invited to the grand opening celebration at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30. (There will be cupcakes and puppies!)

Follow them on Facebook @Dirty Dog – Dog Grooming.

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Nov 10, 2023

With the help of professional groomers and important devices, such as an anti-bark device, your dog will definitely look and feel his best.

Such anti-bark devices can become an invisible part of the grooming process, ensuring peace and quiet during grooming. This is especially useful for dogs, which may react to stress and are sensitive to grooming.

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