Pets in Brownsburg

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A Cat's Bow Wow is a unique pet spa suited to your personal pet style needs. with over 16 years in the pet industry I am geared toward what makes you and your pet happy! with custom hours, and services including a la cart dealss.

40 S Green St
Brownsburg,
IN
US

If the new puppy or kitty is ready for its closeup, Mutty Paws Pet Styling can guide it through the entire process. They can clean up coats, trim nails to help keep paws clean and healthy, trim ears to help prevent ear infections, and brush their teeth to thwart gum disease. They also ensure that pets are comfortable during playful photo sessions. Their services don't stop at puppy pics; boarding and training are also available.

110 North Vine Street
Plainfield,
IN
US

Reviews are limited, but Broad Ripple Tans has many positive recommendations from CityVoters and a five-star average rating from three InsiderPagers.

1432 Broad Ripple Ave
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Puptown’s canine coddlers offer boarding and washing services for floppy-eared family members seven days a week. At the East 96th Street location's dog wash, pet owners can de-grime dirty coats and bring back a signature “new dog” scent. Canines enter large, stainless-steel tubs via a dog-friendly ramp or grasshopper-like leap, with owners using convenient spray nozzles to wash away remnants of crashed pizza parties. Puptown supplies dog-washing necessities including shampoo and conditioner, towels, and a jowl-flopping dryer. For an additional $5, guests can upgrade to the deluxe wash and use the facility's de-shedding solutions, ear wash, and toothbrushes and paste.

4825 East 96th Street
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Welcome! Urban Dog is proud to provide local pet care throughout the Indianapolis area. From dog walking to pet sitting & vacation care, we offer a range of services including:

Dog Walking Overnight Care Medication Administration Feeding Visiting Check In Cat Care Litter Service Dog Running - Unique to Urban Dog

PO Box 30891
Indianapolis,
IN
US

On average, IndyHumane spends $600–$800 to care for each animal in its shelter, and in 2010, it cared for more than 6,000 animals. Although the shelter does not euthanize animals because of time or space, its limited food, medical, and staff resources constrain the number of animals it can accept. The Humane Society of Indianapolis relies on contributions, grants, and adoption fees to fund the services it provides.

7929 Michigan Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US