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Mudd Puppies

The Columbia self-serve dog wash takes out the dirty work
Monday, July 7, 2008 | 5:00 p.m. CDT; updated 2:33 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Tenley, a Labrador/basset mix, gets a wash from owner Kimberly Tarango at Mudd Puppies on Sunday. "I love this place!" said Tarango after finding out that she didn't have to clean hair out of the tub — clean up is part of the price.

Mudd Puppies, located on Chapel Hill Road in Columbia, is a self-serve dog wash. Steven Bishop, owner, says he supplies “everything but the dog.”

For $16, dog owners are provided with shampoo, conditioner, towels, brushes and groomer’s dryers in a safe, dog-friendly environment. The best part is that there’s no cleanup; it’s included in the price.

Tenley, left, a Labrador/basset mix, gets a wash from owner, Kimberly Tarango at Mudd Puppies on Sunday. “I love this place!” Tarango said after finding out that she didn’t have to clean hair out of the tub.

Tenley gets a wash from owner Kimberly Tarango and her son, Caden, at Mudd Puppies on Sunday.
Mudd Puppies, located on Chapel Hill Road in Columbia, is a self-serve dog wash. Steven Bishop, owner, says he supplies “everything but the dog.”
For a small fee, dog owners are provided with shampoo, conditioner, towels, brushes and groomer’s dryers in a safe, dog-friendly environment. The best part is that there’s no cleanup; it’s included in the price.

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