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|LEGO® → System → Friends|
|Heartlake Pet Parlour|
The Pet Salon sits on 2 long light blue baseplates, on the same baseplate at the front of the shop there is a bird houses, which is made out of cream, red, lime and brown bricks. There are also pink and yellow flowers. Also outside the pet shop is accessories and bones which sit on yellow shelves and white 4x4 bricks which sits on a grey 4x6 baseplate.
The exterior of the Pet Salon is transparent bricks, which stand on grey and white bricks, with turquoise bricks in each of the corners. The roof is dark blue with circular light and dark pink bricks on it. Between those bricks there is a sign with a poodle on it.
Inside there is a cash resister that has a pink drawer, some accessories, and pet food. There is also a bath which is on a flat 4x6 blue plate with 2 light blue bricks inside, then the exterior is white bricks with 4 curved white corners. At the top of the bath there is transparent red and blue bricks with a gold tap. It also includes a poodle who has silver eyes and a light pink collar.
The set has 2 minidolls
Joanna who is exclusive to this set, has dark skin and an exclusive braided hairpiece in black. Her face is brown with green eyes and a smiling face with light pink lipstick. She wears an orange sleeveless top with white and magenta zigzags, magenta jeans, and white shoes.
Emma has cream skin, has green eyes and pink lipstick. She has long black hair, a dark blue sleeveless top with a purple flower on it, a light pink skirt, and white shoes.
- In the set the accessories are purple, on LEGO.COM they are pink.
- The TV commercial of 41007 Pet Parlour presents Joanna as a salon worker who grooms Emma's poodle, which is called Lady there. In the set description (see below) the relation between the employee and the client is the other way round.