At Doggie Dips and Chips, porcelain, self-service baths; fresh-baked goodies; and playful accessories help bond bipeds with their four-pawed pals. Redwood panels separate tubs of different heights, inviting breeds of varying stature for a safe, nonslip scrub-down, and nontoxic shampoos, oatmeal-based cream rinse, and available aprons outfit owners with everything they need to lead the lathering or direct an impeccably clean, all-dog reenactment of Das Boot ($15 for one pet; $27 for two). Professional dryers save tails from trembling with cold, and the friendly on-site cleanup crews clean each tub between baths to ensure a safe, sanitary shower for each pup.
Biscuit's Dog Pawlour transports the human comforts of a salon to the canine world. Within private rooms, self-service wash stations let owners use shampoo and brushes to help their pups look like the day they first hatched. Professional groomers can also tag in for more in-depth services. Biscuit's Dog Pawlour's crew also delights furry family members with toys, organic treats, and food.
Muttz Pet Goods & Gifts stores a deep vault of toys, food, and other supplies that help sustain and enhance the relationship between humans and their pet dogs, cats, birds, and fish. A member of the store's staff of animal lovers will help patrons comb through the store's selection of 35 food brands to find the right cuisine for animals with food allergies, sensitive stomachs, or french-toast intolerance. Popular canine fare includes Natural Balance's lamb-flavored dog food ($34.95) and Whole Earth Farms' prairie beef or chicken ($39.95). Keep quadripedal companions safely secured with a resilient Lupine collar ($8–$13) or foster mobile catnaps with a Snoozer pet car seat ($89).
Spawlash provides a fully equipped pooch-cleaning zone, with services performed by grooming virtuosos skilled in the art of healthy and effective dog-dousing treatments for dogs of all ages and breeds. Reward a loyal labrador or well-behaved cerberus with a full-service bath and brush ($25–$75, depending on breed), which includes a bath, brush out, nail clipping, ear cleaning, sanitary trim, and, by request, anal-gland expression. Round out the pelt pampering with a thorough de-shedding treatment with a FURminator ($15–$20 depending on coat). For interior dog maintenance, Spawlash's toothbrushing ($10) lends a professional-grade luster to four-legged friends' kibble-coated enamel. The washery's arsenal of detangling tools and environmentally safe cleaning products get canine coats sleek and smooth, allowing tail-waggers to waltz into debutant balls and job interviews with confidence.
Farfel’s Farm engages pets and their two-legged parents with a wide range of high-quality, eclectic products. Customers can stock up on the essentials such as premium food and treats, including natural and organic selections. Or feed a furry friend’s kinetic side with challenging and engaging toys such as the Gourdo ($9.95), which offers interactive play, treat dispensing, and gum massaging, perfect for canines or open-minded toddlers. Farfel’s Farm also stocks myriad collars, leashes, bowls, and beds—including eco-friendly options—as well as dog and cat products made locally in Boulder or within Colorado, many of which come with an imprint of the town name and a signed headshot of the mayor’s schnauzer.
Camp Bow Wow's Home Buddies tend to pets of all walks of life, dropping by for a quick visit in the midst of any lengthy workday or weekend away. A free initial in-home consultation, assessing the animals' needs and quirks, prefaces the service and enables Home Buddies to craft an comprehensive plan for each 30-minute visit. The compassionate companion wranglers can handle nearly any species and address swarms of animalian needs, from administering medication to cleaning litter boxes and helping gerbils with their quantum-physics dissertations.