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.
Club Wags offers high-quality products and if the team doesn't feel comfortable using a certain product with its own pets, then that product never enters the store. Since 2010, the boutique pet shop has supplied dog and cat owners with high-quality foods, toys, and supplies—from braided chew rings made from grass-fed buffalo to grain-free food to all-natural and hypoallergenic grooming goods. Beyond cultivating a roster of select products, the team helps customers make informed decisions on behalf of their pets’ diet and overall health, providing digestive supplements and calming treats to help reduce separation anxiety. Their care and know-how extends into Club Wags' mobile grooming service, which travels to pet owners’ homes with an arsenal of all-natural grooming products to spruce up pets for upcoming doggy award ceremonies.
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.
The technicians at A Clip Above and sister location Paw Zen are to a dog’s fur what a professional tailor is to a Barbie’s gown. They thoroughly groom pooches by employing shears, flea and tick dips, and organic products. Throughout treatments, they reward pups with toys and treats. The self-service wash stations at Paw Zen are stocked with the pet owner's choice of shampoo, brushes, towels, and warm air dryer to use for their canines' baths. The Paw Zen location also features complimentary cable television and WiFi for customers.
Founded more than 25 years ago at a single store in suburban Maryland, Wild Bird Centers has since spread its bevy of birding gear and wildlife-watching supplies to approximately 50 locations across the United States and Canada. At each shop, knowledgeable and friendly staffers compile an immense inventory of top-quality birdseed, including their own exclusive blends of premium, field-tested ingredients. They equip patrons with a cavalcade of bird-watching accouterments such as binoculars, birdhouses, birdbaths, and Big Bird costumes and help customers to enhance their wildlife wisdom with gardening tools. To further help patrons to decipher the symphony of birdcalls they hear, Wild Bird Centers proffers a Backyard Birds Field Guide, which includes helpful information about the characteristics and habitat of common avian species. Additionally, all purchases contribute to customers' Birdie Bucks accounts, Wild Bird Centers' customer-rewards program.
Dogtopia is a canine-minded sanctuary where pups can receive high-quality grooming, relaxing spa services, and a thorough, meticulous bath. English bulldogs can relax their jowls with the spa package ($35–$70 for small dogs, $45–$80 for medium/large dogs), where they'll have their fur washed with shampoo and conditioners, their nails clipped, and their pads neatly trimmed by professionals. Do-it-yourself owners can give their dog a self-serve bath ($15), as Dogtopia provides the tub, the shampoo, and the towel to ensure each dog is fluffy and primed to gracefully strut between fire hydrants. Use Dogtopia's à la carte services for additional grooming, with options such as the paw-dicure nail trim ($10), a full-fluff blow-dry and brush-out ($10), and a thorough ears cleaning ($10).