Signature service: Tom Mooney
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Shampoo
Pro Tip: The earlier you bring dog in for grooming the quicker it can be picked up.
Deep-cleansing facials. Relaxing massages. Feather hair extensions. These are just three of the treatments that await Luxury Pet Spa & Boutique's canine and feline visitors. The spa staff believes that pets deserve the same luxury afforded to their human counterparts, and this is reflected in everything from its hypoallergenic products, to its holistic pet food, to its decor: chocolate-colored walls, cushy armchairs, and the stained wood table Lassie used to write her memoirs. Chandeliers spill light across the treatment rooms, where groomers shampoo fur, trim nails, and cleanse ears. However, these are just the preliminary steps to an animal makeover. The groomers also style fur with the finesse of hairdressers and use airbrushes to paint fur with colorful accents.
Staffed by a team of practiced pooch paladins and offering an array of durable pet products, Wipe Your Paws Inc. bathes, briefs, and bedecks canines in an immaculate, friendly atmosphere. The grooming salon's coat-coddling services range from a simple sudsing to a comprehensive glamorizing session, leaving pups with glossy coats and pristine paws. Wipe Your Paws’ affable staff will keep pets satisfied and patient as they clip nails, clean ears, condition fur, and finish with a beautifying blow dry. An array of specialty treatments is available, including nail-polish application, blueberry facials, teeth brushing, and custom shampoo choices. While retrieving canine companions, pet owners can also stock up on retail items including dog treats, toys, leashes, and beds, ensuring tail waggers’ continued devotion.
On the 15-acre parcel of countryside dubbed Winding Hill Riding Club & Show Stables, head instructor and trainer Christy Alexander-Van Eron coaches both horses and humans to become safe and successful competitors. She uses the facilities––including more than 40 paddocks, a pair of outdoor rings, and a large indoor arena renovated with new footing––to accomplish this task, which, in a way, has always been her life's work. Currently a Red Cross- and Horsemanship Safety Association-certified instructor, she's been riding since the age of five and has long been competing at a high level, including showing with hunters and jumpers throughout college. Over her career, she whittled instruction down to three key necessities to producing successful riders: riding for pleasure, competition, or sugar cubes.