Man's best friend isn't just a pet to the staff at this pup parlor, but a member of their client's family. As such, each canine is treated like a four-legged king and rewarded with luxuries ranging from spa appointments to birthday parties. At the pet "spaw", canines can bid adieu to excess fur with a grooming session or release stress from chasing their ever-elusive tails with a white-tea-and-vanilla bath. Though denied a driver's license by state law, furry pals can still get from point A to B with taxi services, which employ a van outfitted with special harnesses to shuttle dogs to their daycare or grooming sessions. The Good Dog Spot also boasts a small boutique stocked with pet food, collars, and treats from local New England manufacturers and trusted national brands.
Brimming with a full line of USDA-certified, human-grade treats for pets, The Cheshire Cat & Dog, Too LLC feeds domesticated darlings with scrumptious pet cuisine made with natural, quality ingredients. Selections for cats and dogs include offerings from Wellness, which incorporates human-grade proteins while avoiding meat by-products, preservatives, fillers, and artificial colors, as well as Taste of the Wild dog foods, which supplements roasted meats with antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables. A variety of raw and canned options for canines and felines ensure dietary variety while providing additional sources of healthy proteins.
Owned by a certified pet care technician and pet first aid provider, The Crate Escape's doting dog-lovers provide a safe haven for man's best friend within a new 10,000 square foot facility. Spacious and secure indoor and outdoor play areas offer constantly supervised running space, dedicated small dog arena, jungle gyms, kiddy pools, and toys that pups can share. Drop one off for a day of socialization ($23), or pack them a baggie of chow, write them an embarrassing "don't forget to wear your retainer" note, and dress them in their jammies for a one-night slumber party ($37), where each canine is kept in a clean and spacious kennel. Dirty doggies can tidy up in a self-service wash ($15) where four extra-large, stainless-steel, waist-high grooming tubs and all the cleaning supplies are provided. Or, for the master on the go, The Crate Escape offers a full-service pooch groom, with prices dependent on breed, size, and coat condition. For specific questions, consult the FAQ.
At Westborough Massage, licensed massage therapists transport clients to the peaks of relaxation courtesy of custom sessions that blend elements of multiple modalities. Drawing from a range of techniques such as classic Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point therapy, the therapist tailors treatments to clients' trouble areas, recovery routine, and number of ears. Clients allow the calm to course through their bodies as skilled hands manipulate muscles to combat back stiffness and knots with targeted rhythmic strokes. After the massage, clients may emerge walking taller as they bask in their newfound body that no longer suffers from excess fatigue, anxiety, or strains resulting from repeated attempts to high-five the Statue of Liberty.
Jack's specializes in all-natural and love-infused gourmet dog treats for hungry hounds and discerning dachshunds. Gift a greyhound a packet of Cesar’s Pizza Pies ($6.50)—miniature, pizza-flavored treats made on organic whole-wheat pastry flour—and watch the famished beast feast on the fresh oregano- and olive-oil-sprinkled treat, or satisfy a squirrel-chasing schnauzer with a packet of squirrel-shaped, peanut-butter-infused Jack’s Nuts About Squirrels ($6.50). If Jack's extensive display of doggy delicacies inspires your culinary creativity, grab a jar of Jack’s Favorite Snack ($11.95), a take-home mix that comes with step-by-step instructions and a bone-shaped cookie cutter so you can serve up your terrier’s favorite treat fresh from the oven.
This specialized kitty and doggie depot is a one-stop shop for all pet needs, including standard toys and treats, and an impressive selection of unusual merchandise. The stocked shelves include more than 200 stylish collars (many for $19.99), lovely leads ($19.99), and decorative bowls for dogs and cats (starting at $10.99).