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Ribbon cutting for Doggy Stylez in Huntington


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By PATSY STODDARD
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The Emery County Business Chamber welcomed Doggy Stylez to the Emery County Business community on July 21. The new dog grooming business is located on the east side of Huntington Main Street where the Video Spectrum used to be. Rosie Burgess is the business owner. She specializes in large dogs, small dogs, medium dogs, any type and breed of dog. She also trims cat hair. She can handle animals with attitude and guarantees them a good cut. You can call for an appointment or walk-ins are welcome early in the day. She is open Monday-Friday and is willing to come in on Saturday sometimes to accommodate customers.

Burgess plans in the future to offer doggy day care. The numbers to call for an appointment include: 687-5465 and 749-9429. Burgess formerly worked at Red Rocks grooming in Elmo. Burgess loves animals and is good with them. She invites you to bring your animal in for a hair cut. The animal will get the royal treatment with a bath, grooming and other pampering services. Other services include: toe nail cuts and cleaning, ear cleaning, nail color for female dogs, brushing and teeth brushing. She opened her business on June 1.

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