Well, it’s certainly intriguing. This dog groomer was spotted in Atlanta, Georgia USA by Marc Burns who writes, “I don’t understand this pun”.
Who could say no to a little heavy petting. Hang on.. are there actual pets involved? Gross. Straight into the Hall of Fame for this promiscuous PSN, spotted by Georgia O’Brien in Balmain NSW.
From the TV show that’s spawned any number of cringe-worthy puns, including Hall of Famer ‘Spex in the City‘. This Pun Shop Name was found by Georgia O’Brien, ironically, not in the city, but in Neutral Bay NSW.
A rockin’ good name for a mobile dog groomer. Spotted by Kristy Fransen and her canine friend Maxine, who you can see getting the rock-star treatment inside.
Where else would you take your dog to be groomed after a big night out? Errgg. This queazy PSN was found in Manly Vale NSW.
‘Dog Days’ is an expression you don’t hear much in Australia, but our friends in the USA use it to describe the hottest days of summer, when not much gets done. I’m picturing the employees of this pet grooming shop in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida just sitting around saying, ‘Meh, let’s clip those dogs tomorrow.. pass me a beer’. Spotted by Jonathan Schneider.
For a really long and boring definition of ‘Pop Culture’ click here. Or rebel against the mainstream by taking your dog to Pup Culture on Broome St, New York City and giving it a mohawk instead. Oh, actually that probably is classified as Pop Culture in NYC. Whatevs. Spotted by Georgia O’Brien.
- “She’s got electric boots, a mohair suit,
- You know I read it in a magazine…”
A hilarious tribute to the 1973 song ‘Bennie and the Jets’ by Elton John – here’s ‘Benny and the Pets’. Spotted in Kogarah NSW.
While visiting my friend Jono Caughey in Port Melbourne, Victoria, we dropped off his dog ‘Stella’ at this excellent dog groomer for a wash. She came back smelling pleasantly of bubblegum.
If you can’t get your dog into The Bark Hyat, maybe there’s a room available at The Muttropolitan. Spotted by first time pun-ter Matthew Knapp on Oxford St, Sydney. For more mutt-related Pun Shop Names click here.
Stop the pun train, I’m getting off at Pet-A-Coat Junction. Spotted by Janet O’Brien on Goodwood Road in Kings Park, SA. For more great Pun Shop Names for Pet Grooming shops, click here.