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Mutts Canine Cantina Hosts Dog Days Of Summer

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The dog days of summer seem to have officially arrived (wipes sweat from brow). That means your furry friend could use a special treat. Okay, your pup always deserves something special, but why not spoil him throughout the summer, especially?

Every Wednesday through August 16, Mutts Canine Cantina will be hosting the Dog Days of Summer event,  featuring free dog baths, doggy treats, splash pools, and more.

During these special events, Uptown’s premier dog park will have free dog baths, doggy treats and splash pools. And while your pup plays in the water with his or her new friends, human companions can treat themselves to $2 ice cream and $5 frozen drinks all day, every Wednesday. Yappy Hour will also be available from 4-6 p.m. with $3 Franconia and margaritas.

And yes, the $2 ice cream special applies to the dogs as well. They won’t be able to resist the peanut butter-flavored treat with the milk bone on top!

Don’t have a four-legged pooch to bring to the event? Mutts has got you covered. On-site dog adoptions will be available during the Dog Days of Summer, featuring special adoption rates. LOVE!

Dog Days of Summer will take place every Wednesday from now until Aug. 18 and is only available for Mutts Members. For more information about memberships, visit the website.

Mutts Canine Cantina specializes in providing a unique urban oasis for dogs and their owners. Complete with a wine and beer garden and spaciously shaded dog park, Mutts is a place where dogs of all sizes can run, exercise and play in the fresh air while their owners relax and socialize. The Uptown locale has quickly become a popular respite and watering hole for dogs and their favorite humans alike.

2889 Cityplace West Blvd.
 Uptown Dallas

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