Business has gone to the dogs again, but in a good way

HUDSON – Dunk N’ Dogs, the pet-grooming business that was damaged by last week’s ice storm, is reopening for business, according to the owner.

“The roof was repaired in one day,” said Kim Meikle, a Tyngsborough, Mass., resident. “And we’re repairing the damage inside.”

Hudson Fire Capt. Todd Hansen last week said that the damage to the building, at 57 Lowell Road, was the worst he had seen in town. A large branch went through the roof and the ceiling.

The power line went up Friday, Meikle said.

The business is open today through Wednesday, when it will be open for a half-day, for “people who want their dogs looking spiffy for Christmas,” she said.

“We’re happy people were patient with us,” said Meikle, who said that customers entering the building need to be aware of the construction.

“I’ve received lots of calls from clients.

“One client called saying, ‘The whole town of Hudson is praying for you.’ That made me so happy.”

Customers can call the shop at 881-3647.