The first thing you need to know about doggie days at the Denver spa is that they are all about dogs.
The dog, the owner and the doggie-loving crowd are always on hand to help each other out and even help each of you with the dishes.
The first doggie dog you meet at the spa is named Coco.
Coco has had a very lucky life, according to owner Jodi Dyer, who also hosts a dog training class at her dog training studio.
Coco was born in a shelter, which Dyer said was the first shelter in the United States to have a dog as a companion.
Dyer was inspired to take on the project after seeing Coco at the dog training center where she is trained.
Coco is now a member of the staff at her own dog training business.
Dyer says Coco’s day at the day spa is just like any other dog day, with the exception of being the first dog to meet you.
She will take a bath and get her daily feed.
She’ll also take a stroll through the garden and make the most of her time there, she said.
“She’ll do all the walking, all the exercise, and she’ll do her exercise,” Dyer explained.
“She’ll walk around the yard and her activity level will be really good.”
Dyer’s dog Coco, who is also the owner of the dog day spa, is the first one to meet your dog at the Doggie Day Spa in Colorado.
The day spa will also host a fun walk with Coco, and Dyer will make sure she’s healthy for the next day, and that her body is ready for a day of exercise and a good meal.
Dyker says she has had Coco for the last two years, and the one thing that has always surprised her is that Coco has always been so much fun.
“It’s fun for her to get into the house, so she has to get her exercise, her weight in her arms,” she said, adding that Coco loves getting outside.
“It’s so much like a puppy, she loves it, she enjoys it.”
Dyer said Coco will also do a lot of exercise in the backyard with the help of a dog walker and other dogs, like other dogs that are not her own.
Dryders, who has been dog training for more than 20 years, says Coco is her main focus.
She has always wanted Coco to be her personal trainer and has been a dog trainer for her whole life.
She also hopes Coco will help her in her job.
“I’ve been a vet for 25 years, I have a medical degree and I’m doing it for fun,” she explained.
Dyers said Coco was diagnosed with a rare form of spina bifida in 2016 and has had surgery in 2017 to try and correct the problem.
She said she is confident Coco is the most beautiful dog that she has ever seen.
“He’s a very happy and energetic dog,” Dyers said, laughing.
“He’s very energetic and playful, and he loves to be with other dogs.
He loves to run around and play with other people.”