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Worlds Greatest Shave

We’re so excited to be getting involved with World’s Greatest Shave this March

!We have committed to donating 100% of proceeds from all pet colour appointments in the month of March to the Leukaemia foundation to help them support families facing blood cancer.

We use 100% pet-safe dyes and can add a pop of colour to your furry friend during their usual bath/groom for just an additional $15, all of which will be donated to The Leukaemia Foundation.

Why not try out a new fun style on your pet during their groom in March, all for a fantastic cause?

For all bookings please call us on 4151 3550 and mention this post!

Alternatively, you can support our fundraising effort by making a general donation here: http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/sugarlandanimalhospi…

* Colour options include blue, green, red, orange, yellow, pink and purple! Colour can be added to tail, ears, paw, Mohawk, chest, or anywhere you fancy, just have a chat to our grooming team when you drop your pet off! Colours eventually fade/wash out.

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