Wash-n-Wag cel­e­brates 10 years in busi­ness


Wash-n-Wag started mak­ing south Utah County dogs more healthy and bet­ter look­ing in 2004. As a way to  be closer  with her chil­dren, Lesa Hazen started the dog groom­ing busi­ness out of her home in Elk Ridge. Af­ter com­plet­ing a six- month ex­pan­sion, al­most dou­bling the size of the groom­ing sa­lon; Wash-n-Wag held an open house to cel­e­brate the 10th an­niver­sary of busi­ness on April 2, 2014.

The groom­ing sa­lon of­fers full ser­vices to all breeds of dogs, in­clud­ing the lat­est craze in Ja­panese Fu­sion cuts and color cre­ativ­ity. From  a 3 pound Chi­huahua to  a 150 pound Gla­di­a­tor Dane, Lesa and her staff, pam­per ev­ery dog that comes to their door.

Tawnya Go­ing and Lesa at­tend classes and con­fer­ences each year to keep their skills sharp and learn new tech­niques. Melissa Balls and Chelsey Sud­weeks  pre­pare each dog for their hair­cut with a spe­cial­ized sham­poo/con­di­tioner treat­ment and hand dry­ing. Af­ter a hair­cut, all dogs are pam­pered with  ei­ther bows  or  a  ban­dana fit for the sea­son. With a low- stress  en­vi­ron­ment hu­mans  and ca­nines feel com­fort­able.

Wash-n-Wag have pro­fes­sional con­tact with lo­cal vets to ad­dress any small health con­cerns a cus­tomer may have about their pet. Lesa would like to thank all the loyal cus­tomers she has through  the years. All the  women  look for­ward to many more years of ser­vice. Wash-n-Wag wel­comes you through the end of May to visit for a free nail trim for your puppy (or grand- old dog) and a tour of the fa­cil­ity. They are lo­cated at 438 E Mag­el­lan Lane, Elk Ridge. Or call to  make an ap­point­ment at 801- 423-2580.

PRESENT FOR FREE NAIL TRIM through the end of May!!!

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