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A little boy lost his stuffed puppy near a dog spa. So the groomers decided to give the toy a spa day.

October 24, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

After a 6-year-old in Maine lost his toy dog, one local groomer stepped up to help them reunite.

(CNN)After a 6-year-old in Maine lost his toy dog, one local groomer stepped up to help them reunite.

Caitlyn Brundage, who owns Lavish Dog Day Spa, a dog grooming service in Standish, Maine, first learned about Carter's missing "Stuffy-Puppy" in a Facebook post.

Carter's grandmother, Karin Hopkins Dickson, had posted an urgent plea to members of the Facebook group "Standish Maine Community Page. "

So when she saw the social media post, Brundage sent a screenshot of it to her employees, asking them to check if the toy was still on the bench mentioned in the post.

Bri Long, an employee of the Lavish Dog Day Spa, found the toy perched on the bench, and took it inside the spa.

They didn't want Carter to worry about his "Stuffy-Puppy" -- so they decided to pamper the toy with a spa day which included a bubble bath and a good combing.

She also snapped pictures of the toy and sent it to Brundage who, in turn, shared the pictures with the toy's owners.

"At the end, when he (Stuffy-Puppy) was sitting on the reception desk, I posted a picture that said, 'oh, he's all ready to be picked up, he was a good boy,'" Brundage told CNN.

The next morning, Carter and his mother, Kelly Perry, who had seen the images on Facebook, went to the spa to retrieve the toy.

Perry told CNN that her son was sad to be apart from his Stuffy-Puppy but upon their arrival at the spa, Carter couldn't contain his joy at being reunited with his toy.

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