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Complimentary "Puppy Primping" Now Offered at Morris Animal Inn

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Yogi, with Victoria, after "Puppy Primping" at the Morris Animal Inn Credits: Morris Animal Inn
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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Morris Animal Inn is now offering a free "Puppy Primping" as part of its Pet Grooming and Spa services.

Puppies five months or younger will receive a bath, a brushing, a paw massage, an ear cleaning, a cologne spritz, and a bow or bandana as part of their "Puppy Primping."

"With the puppy primping, they get used to being touched," Deb Montgomery, marketing manager for the Morris Animal Inn, said. "So we touch their paws, they get brushed, they get a bath.

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"When you start them young, they become comfortable being touched. If you wait to late, they're not used to it, so they might get anxious. The younger you start them, the better, so that's why we do the puppy primping. And it is complimentary."

The Morris Animal Inn also offers half-day and full-day puppy play, which helps with socialization with other dogs at a young age.

Puppy Primping

Morris Animal Inn’s grooming salon & spa is pleased to offer Free Puppy Primping. If your puppy is five months of age or younger this is the perfect first canine spa experience. While you wait in our comfortable lobby or run an errand, your puppy will be pampered by our grooming staff. Whether your puppy has long hair or short, this is a wonderful way to get your puppy acclimated to the Grooming Salon.

What is included:

  • Paw Massage
  • Nail Trimming
  • Bath
  • Brushing
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Cologne Spritz
  • Bandana or Bows

Puppy’s first hair cut is available for an additional fee.

All puppies must have age appropriate vaccines. One free puppy grooming visit per customer. Not to be combined with any other offer. Based on the condition of the dog, additional charges may apply.

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