To the dogs: Salon location to give pets a place for pampering

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An empty spa location in Boise used to welcome people looking for some pampering. Soon, it will welcome dogs looking for a day at the spa.

Canine Design applied with the City of Boise to revamp a former spa spot on Americana Blvd.

Caliente Salon also operates a separate salon in the building and remains open.

Right now, Canine Design operates out of a space on Camas St. on the Boise Bench. It gives both dogs and cats a place to get groomed and pampered.

“Stacey Sullivan, Canine Design’s owner, has over 30 years of experience including 13 years working as a full-time Veterinary Technician and Clinic Manager. As a result, based on that experience, all aspects of health are taken seriously at Canine Design,” owners wrote on their website.

The permit indicates Canine Design will remodel the spa space.

Correction: An earlier version of this story said Caliente moved within the building. It did not and remains open in its same location.

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