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  • Pet Supplies Plus


    Pet Supplies Plus location in Centerville, OhioPet Supplies Plus, founded in 1988 in Redford, Michigan in the United States, is a privately held pet supply retailing corporation with a major presence in the US. As of 2005, it was the third largest specialty pet food retailer in the US. The company began adding franchise locations in the Midwest, expanding into the northeastern and southern states during the late 1990s. In 2015, Pet Supplies Plus store locations consisted of over 325 stores in 25 states. The chain's founders, Harry Shallop and Jack Berry, sought to bring grocery store convenience into the pet supply world. The chain's stores are owned by independent franchisees and company stores. Measuring about , the stores are focused on being neighborhood pet supply "supermarkets," stocking a very wide selection of pet food and supplies. The stores also have limited livestock departments, and some have also recently added grooming services and self-serve dog washes. The stores make it a point to welcome dogs, cats and other pets to its stores.

  • MyTime


    MyTime is a software company headquartered in San Francisco that provides an all-in-one scheduling, marketing, and point of sale solution for local service businesses like salons, massage therapists, and pet groomers. The cloud-based MyTime Scheduler combines online booking, automated email and SMS marketing, secure chat, reputation management, and point of sale into a single solution accessible on the web or through dedicated iOS and Android mobile apps. MyTime also runs MyTime.com, an online appointment booking website which launched to consumers in 2013. MyTime allows consumers to view local businesses' availability, and then book and purchase their services online. The types of services offered on MyTime.com include health and beauty, medical and dental, sports and fitness, among others. At launch, MyTime had more than 500,000 appointments available for booking.

  • Groomer Has It


    Groomer Has It is an American reality game television series broadcast on Animal Planet. It features a competition between twelve of America's best dog groomers to see who is the best groomer in America. The prize includes $50,000 and a "mobile grooming salon." The show is hosted by Jai Rodriguez of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy fame. Although the entire series is rated TV-PG, one episode has been rated TV-MA. The winner of the first season was Artist Knox, while the second groomer of the year is Huber Pineda.

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