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Article: Mobile Grooming Finds its Furry Niche

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    DELAVAN—When Jenny Hundt was in fourth grade, she wrote a paper about how she wanted to work with dogs.

    It didn't matter what the job was, as long as she was passing time with man's best friend.

    Years later, in the midst of starting her own dog grooming business, Hundt found that paper.

    “I've always been drawn to them,” Hundt said with a smile.

    Hundt is the owner and sole employee of Lake Town Hound, a mobile pet grooming business serving most of Walworth County and occasional clients in Rock County.

    Hundt, a wife and mother of two children younger than 2, opened her sliding doors Sept. 22 after nine years in the grooming business at local pet shops. She was a zookeeper in Brookfield, Illinois, prior to that.

    Hundt travels to her clients' homes. The dogs—though she does occasionally groom cats—bound into her fully equipped van for their spa dates and then hop back out to their owners, looking pretty and refreshed.

    Each canine is accessorized with a bow or bandanna, sometimes with a holiday theme..................
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