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Utah Dog Park cares for canines of all sizes with an array of boarding, daycare, and grooming services. Dirt-caked dogs are ushered into a cheery orange-walled dog wash room, where marble bathtubs and detachable shower heads spray warm water across their every mud splatter, coat bramble, and temporary tattoo. Utah Dog Park's staff of hound handlers massages away fur contaminants with pooch-friendly shampoo and conditioner before a rubdown and drying session. A nail trim tames unwieldy claws and dampens the pitter-patter of puppy feet to help dogs more effectively sneak up on waiters carrying steaks.

596 W 1500 S
Woods Cross,
UT
US

Dog training, dog walking and poop scooping for all of Salt Lake and Utah Counties.

160 East Burton Avenue
Salt Lake City,
UT
US

Dog Training Elite's founder and head trainer John Mestas leans on 32 years of experience training pups of all shapes, sizes, and breath swampiness. He's worked with guide-dog puppies, coached members of a search-and-rescue team, and has trained police-department canines. In training programs for family pets, he leverages that experience to help pups learn behavioral basics and weeds out troublesome habits such as sitting on the furniture and jumping.

2151 Fenchurch Drive
Park City,
UT
US

Vista Farms’ equestrian experts edify saddled-up students ages 5 years and older on the basics of horse handling. At a private, one-hour lesson (a $35 value), mounties can bring their own horse or ride 1 of up to 10 on-site horses, building a new relationship through relaxed strolls and trading favorite novels. Head trainer Lisa Park focuses on building trust between horse and rider, providing a rundown of natural horsemanship skills and national-level showing techniques, and getting maximum height and distance out of built-in ejector saddles.

9363 S 3400 W
West Jordan,
UT
US

Ivan Pavlov famously worked to condition dogs’ behaviors by ringing a bell whenever he fed his canine subjects, creating a mental link between the food and the sound. Soon, the dogs began to salivate anytime they heard the bell, regardless of whether food was offered. The owner of Hanna's Naughty Dog Training trains pooches with her own spin on the Russian scientist’s technique: she ticks a clicker and presents a treat whenever a dog successfully follows a command. After a few sessions, the treats aren’t even necessary—the dogs will respond to the sound of the clicker alone, and owners can continue training them at home with their own clickers. Training sessions are personalized to each dog and can be geared to tackle common issues such as excessive barking, chewing, and potty training.

2001 West 2175 North
Lehi,
UT
US

Gossip’s dedicated staff shear and style local head rugs and finger ceilings with a focus on fashion and personalized attention. Gossip's soft lighting, pale brown walls, and hardwood floors surround posh black chairs that face floor-length mirrors, where clients take in their choice of strand services. Harness unruly skull tentacles with a haircut, followed by your choice of color change with a blow-dry and style. Or feel free to enlist the specialist for just a blow-dry and styling. Meanwhile, guests can rest cuticles comfortably in cozy nail beds as Gossip’s enamel experts shape, buff, and varnish each hand hook, smooth out rough palms, and mediate civil thumb wars.

1691 N Main St
Clearfield,
UT
US