Business briefs: New pet grooming business opens on Yampa Street |

Business briefs: New pet grooming business opens on Yampa Street

New pet grooming biz opens on Yampa Street

Dogs in Steamboat Springs have a new place to be pampered.

Steamboat resident Lindsey Barr recently opened Powder Hounds Grooming Salon at 1136 Yampa St. near Little Toots Park.

“Powder Hounds is a relaxing space for pets, offering all natural spa-like care, including hot oil treatments, mineral mud baths, hot spot foam rub and dry or cracked pad salve rubs,” Barr wrote in a press release about her new business. “Our services range from a basic dog wash to through de-shed treatment to clipping and hand scissoring.”

Learn more about the business at

Business seminar is next week at CMC

Interested in buying or selling a small business?

Two local entrepreneurs will lead a program from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at Colorado Mountain College to dive into the topic.

The program will help attendees evaluate business opportunities and the risks of buying or selling.

Randy Rudasics, manager of the Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center, and Steve Hitchcock, owner of Zirkel Trading Company and Soda Creek Pizza, will lead the discussion.

Registration is $15.

Call 970-870-4491 for more information or to register.

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