There's a new mobile pet grooming service coming soon to southern Maine that will make it easy for your pet to get a wash and cut without having to load them up in your car to take them to the groomer. It's called Furry Land. It sounds like an amusement part, but it's not. It's also not this kind of furry:

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It's this kind of furry:

Furry Land via YouTube
Furry Land via YouTube

Furry Land Mobile Grooming is one of the largest mobile pet grooming franchise companies in the US, with 65 locations across 29 states. It is now adding its first in Maine.

Furry Land Southern Maine has a Mercedes Sprinter van that contains a state-of-the-art pet grooming station that functions as a mobile pet salon. There's a generator that powers the dryer, table, clippers, air conditioning, heat, vacuum lights, and hot water. They come to you with everything needed to get your pet looking their best.

This video is for locations in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, but expect the same at Furry Land Southern Maine when it opens.

If you're a pet groomer looking for work, Furry Land is hiring with full-time positions available. A few of the requirements include a love of animals (of course), proven experience as a professional pet groomer, a grooming license for any areas of Furry Land Souther Maine services, a valid driver's license (since you'll be driving a sweet grooming van), a passion for working with animals, and a demonstrated ability to handle pets of all sizes, temperaments, and breeds.

No word yet on when Furry Land will open in Maine, but it's coming soon. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates.

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