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Lucky dogs in Brooklyn Heights get ‘pawdicures’

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Pampered Brooklyn Heights pooches got gussied up by a “pawdicurist” — helping them look their best for Valentine’s Day.

Canine experts at the Wag Club’s “Valentine Doggy Spa Day” trimmed and painted pups’s nails, dyed some of the dogs’s fur, and even placed a few fake heart tattoos on the hounds’s rear ends on Sunday.

Wag Club’s John Squires said most of the dogs were happy to dip their feet in the paw treatment and take part in the pre-Valentine’s Day festivities.

“You can tell if the dogs are happy if they’re having a treat and they were eating our organic biscuits,” said Squires.

For future Wag Club events, www.wagclubny.com">visit www.wagclubny.com.

Reach reporter Aaron Short at ashort@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-2547.

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