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La Pooch Dog Spa opens on Wakefield Street

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La Pooch Dog Spa, a one-on-one and cage-free grooming service, is the latest business to open in Rochester. 

La Pooch owner and groomer, Julianna, boasts a decade of experience and is highly knowledgeable in dog health and safety. She’s also “Fear Free” Certified, which is a program that gives professionals the knowledge to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress in pets by inspiring and educating the people who care for them.

“With our services, your pet will have a stress-free grooming experience unlike any other,” said Julianna, owner. “Every pet is in and out of the salon in 1-3 hours depending on their size and coat type. We strive to keep your pet happy throughout their spa day, and really make it a relaxing experience.”

Julianna is well-rounded in a variety of haircuts and styles. She specializes in anything from breed standard pattern cuts, to puppy cuts, teddy bear looks, and Asian fusion hairstyles. 

According to the La Pooch website, “If you’re not happy with your groom, we guarantee our work and will do whatever we can to tweak your baby’s haircut to fit your vision!”

La Pooch is located at 101 Wakefield Street. Visit www.lapoochdogspa.com or call (603) 833-7381 for inquires, to make an appointment, or to learn more.

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