Fetch Dog Resort's team of professional trainers and dog groomers accommodates all classes of canines within the 2,500-square-foot resort and grooming spa. Pawed patrons can get refreshed with natural Happy Tails spa products in a deluxe bubble bath and be treated for dry skin, cracked noses, and peanut-butter addictions. Alternatively, dogs can frolic amid up to 30 of their peers in an expansive playroom as certified trainers look on. A separate area for small dogs keeps them protected, and a tasty midday snack keeps boarders from growing hungry. During overnight boarding, dogs lay to rest in spacious suites, crates, or cageless boarding facilities. The staff indulges dogs with frequent bathroom walks and attention.
At House Vets for House Pets, Dr. Kamaria Catalan and her team of veterinary assistants keep tails wagging happily with comprehensive preventive treatments and medical procedures. With the same care used during surgeries and acupuncture sessions, Dr. Catalan and her team coddle their guests in climate-controlled boarding facilities. Furry visitors frequently visit House Vets for House Pets for daycare or extended visits, romping freely around indoor and outdoor play spaces under the watchful eye of staff members who don’t believe in “cage time.” The staff members also groom critters in their in-house salon and make house calls so that animals can be treated in a familiar and comfortable environment without having to miss the live sitcoms performed by neighboring squirrels.
When Jennifer's two Shih Tzus kept getting sick from store-bought treats, she decided to start making her own. Her 20 years as a veterinary technician taught her the importance of feeding pets a proper diet. When she successfully cured her pups' tummy aches, Jennifer felt inspired to finally open the pet store she always wanted. The culmination of hard work and years of research manifested in Barx Boutique for Pets.
Specializing in grooming and photography, Jennifer's team also keep their shelves stocked with trendy collars, luxury dog carriers, and clothes for dogs of all sizes. And they still whip up the healthy dog treats that started it all—pupcakes, cannolis, and cookies painted to resemble the mailman. Many of their tidbits come in wheat-, corn-, and soy-free varieties. On your canine's birthday, bakers can create cakes in six different flavors and three sizes.
Prodded by their irish setter, Rusty, Robert and Stephanie Morrison parlayed more than 10 years of experience caring for animals into opening U Dirty Dawg, a full-service dog center. The approximately 4,000-square-foot facility offers a one-stop canine shop, where owners can give dogs a bath, put them through obedience training, or drop them off for daycare and boarding. Additionally, Center Grove Animal Clinic is just next door, and Dr. Jennifer Finnegan can care for pets should they fall ill.
During doggy daycare, canines romp around indoors or catch some rays in the 2,500-square-foot outdoor area, complete with kiddie pools, jungle gyms, and soap boxes for impromptu speeches. Pups bunking overnight enjoy plenty of fresh water and a cozy blanket in their private 6?x4? runs, with designated indoor and outdoor play areas for smaller dogs.
Fur in need of refurbishing can benefit from the sudsy ministrations of owners or professionals. A self-serve dog wash accommodates any size breed in stainless-steel tubs, and includes shampoo, brushes, and dryers. During professional services, groomers de-scraggle coats and add touches of nail trims and ear cleaning that go a long way toward scoring dogs a prom date.
Shannon Walters opened Dog'on Salon to give dogs a safe and fun home away from home. To make that possible, she assembled a staff trained in the ways of canines to run her indoor-outdoor facility. This experienced group evaluates pups based on energy levels, age, and size before dividing them up into appropriate play groups. When they aren't tending to pets, the team cares for shelter dogs looking for a place to hang their hats, even on the rare occasion they're not wearing one. In addition to daycare and pet boarding, Shannon's team also grooms dogs, finishing each session with a bow or a bandana.