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Pretty Poodles and Pets
6905 W. Broward Blvd, Plantation, FL 33317

Bio: Pretty Poodles & Pets is a premier pet salon that specializes in grooming dogs and cats of all breeds. We provide a stress-free and safe environment for your pet. You and your groomer will go over what will be the best grooming for your pet. We are aware of how precious your pet is which is why we always treat our pet customers with care and respect.

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  1. polianthus

    hi there thanks for popping by and liking my blog – and my cat, I know he wouldn’t like your shop though as he hates being prettified, I shower him on the rare occasion and he always looks pretty afterwards BUT he doesn’t like it.

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      1. polianthus

        oh I do I do and he lets me do it, but he oh so hates it – I use proper shampoo and everything, poor pussy cat πŸ™‚ but he is always adorably fluffy after I have showered him (1-2 times a year max..)

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  2. Mister Baloney Head

    Greetings Pretty Poodles and Pets! Woof and thanks for liking my blog. If me and my humans are ever in your neighborhood, and I need a groom (usually because of my habit of rolling on stinky dead animals), we’ll give you a Bark! All the best to you in the new year πŸ™‚

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  3. nwolitzer

    Thanks so much for liking my pet drawings of Flora (cat) and Abner (dog) and stopping by my blog. I hope you’ll visit again as I am sure to be posting more of my animal art.
    If anyone is interested in having a scratchboard drawing of their pet done, please contact me through my blog (on the About page). I work with photos that are emailed to me to create the drawings.
    Happy New Year!

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    1. Pretty Poodles and Pets Post author

      Hello Lillian, sorry to hear your kitty is getting matted. Be very careful while dematting because their skin are very delicate. First try to brush it out but if that doesn’t work use a mat remover. Always hold under the mat so you are not cutting or pulling your cat soft skin. Once the mat is picked apart or removed you should brush over it to make sure the entire mat has gone. You should try and brush a long haired cat everyday and a short haired cat once a week to avoid mats. We’re here if you need more help :).

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  4. mundanevision

    Thanks for following us! We love your blog – glad you enjoy the show. Whilst America’s got talent…pretty pets and poodles have obviously got taste! Have a good day πŸ™‚ Chris and Sophia at Mundanevision xo

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  5. maijaharrington

    Thank you for taking a look at my blog. Our pugs HATE baths, but they’re such agreeable little critters that they never really object — except for the “How COULD you, Mommy?” look in their eyes! Best of luck with your business!

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  6. 1966colin

    Hi Pretty Poodles and Pets, thanks for liking my post “A walk on the wild side” and checking out your “About” page you mention collection – when can you come and get my Peppa from England?!?!? LOL

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  7. The Newbury Short Story Teller

    Thank you so much for liking my short story ‘Sod Off, Waldorf’ – It really means a lot to me. You may be interested to know that Sodoff the dog also appears in ‘Mistaken Identity’ on my site. OK, he may fart more than most, but little, thin furred pig-bellied dogs are the best! Keep up the good work with your site.

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