Featured in several top Baltimore publications, dogma pampers pawed pals with convenient, self-serve bathing stations, nutritional pet foods, and a fully stocked pet-supply boutique. Hoist dirty dogs into one of the large stainless-steel tubs situated along the bath wall to suds away mud, grass, and overpowering canine cologne during a 30-minute stretch. Each bathing session equips owners with aprons, towels, and a dryer, but customers must bring their own shampoo or purchase it from the shop's wide selection of all-natural products.
With a mission to four-legged best friends lead clean, healthy lives, Scrub a Dub Dog supplies everything pet owners need to take the trepidation out of bath time, including ready-to-use self-service wash tubs. Utilizing only organic bath products in every service, the shop's groomers cater to pups in need of professional pampering or a chic bridal updo. Natural foods and treats share shelf space with toys and the latest furry fashions inside Scrub a Dub Dog's pet bow-tique, waiting to reward mutts who were well behaved during their makeover. And, each month, the shop's turns the tables by rewarding one particularly crud-crusted pup in the Dirty Dog Contest, granting the lucky winner a full head to tail grooming and a signed photo of Bob Barker..
Dogs and Company is an all natural food store for companion animals, self-serve dog wash and "dog cafe"! We carry all natural food for dogs and cats to include raw, dehydrated, canned and dry. We have a large selection of toys, treats and supplements to keep your dog and cat healthy and happy.
The echoes of contented barks reverberate across The Mutt Hutt’s 9,200-square-foot facility, where canines of all breeds sleep, nosh, and frolic in a safe and controlled environment. Daycare sessions include free and structured playtimes and multiple daily walks, allowing dogs to stretch their muscles and blow off steam. A midday rest between those activities gives them time to reenergize as they dream about playing catch in open meadows or chasing down cats with slender tails of beef jerky. The facility’s boarded residents follow a similar schedule, with the added perk of daily breakfast and dinner.
The Mutt Hutt’s staff also makes house calls, dropping by residences to keep an eye on pets. When they aren’t changing litter boxes or playing with lonely kittens, staffers clean messes off lawns so garden gnomes no longer have to hold their noses in disgust.
Originally founded as a safe haven for abused and feral cats in Maryland, Rude Ranch Animal Rescue, Inc. now helps find loving, permanent homes for all types of adoptable animals. The organization still makes feline care one of its priorities through its feral-cat rescue program, which rehabilitates cats removed from potentially abusive and violent situations at parks and playgrounds, with the goal of finding a loving home for each animal. Rude Ranch also provides low-cost spaying and neutering surgeries, helping to reduce the overpopulation that leads shelters to euthanize otherwise healthy animals.