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.
Signature service: Veterinary hospital and boarding facility
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Average Duration of Services: 30 minutes or less
Pro Tip: We care a lot about your pets.
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).