Bruiser was lovingly adopted 3 years ago and has proved himself to be a wonderful dog and an excellent companion. Bruiser’s mom is disabled, and as much as she loves him, has difficulty caring for his cocker spaniel coat. Realizing that her beloved companion’s comfort and health was being compromised by the condition he was in, she called around to other local grooming shops and was told to call Pete and Mac’s. Take a look at his before picture and you can see why many groomers would be daunted by the task.
She called Pete and Mac’s and found both the compassion and the help she needed to care for Bruiser. The entire Pete and Mac’s family was touched by her concern for her dog and by the dog’s condition and reacted the only way they could.
Paula, the resort manager, scheduled a grooming appointment for later that week. The morning of the appointment Paula called to make sure that Bruiser’s mom still had a ride to bring Bruiser in. When she found that they were stranded with no way to get to the resort, went to their home and picked Bruiser up, and brought him to the full service pet Spaw at Pete and Mac’s Pet Resort in Irving.
Once he arrived Menico, the senior groomer at Pete and Mac’s Las Colinas, donated her time to bathe and groom Bruiser, knowing that his mom couldn’t afford to pay for her services. Bruiser enjoyed a water massage bath, and sat patiently while Menico shaved him.
When Bruiser was done with his Spaw experience, he thanks Menico with a kiss on the nose and then Paula returned him home to his very thankful mom.
Pete and Mac’s is NOT a “dog kennel.” Pete and Mac’s has been taking care of pets since 1999 and their experience shows. They support pet rescue in our communities at local pet friendly events, by hosting fund-raising Yappy Hours and Adoption Days at their resorts and by partnering with local rescues and animal shelters for donation drives.