You Can Pamper Your Pup With Yakima’s Best Dog Spas

Today is National Pampered Dog Day, so why not celebrate in Yakima Valley. It’s no secret that the inhabitants of the valley love their pets so much that they accompany them practically everywhere. With all that love, why not give them a day at the spa?

Yakima has several places in the valley where you can take your pup to be treated like royalty. They’ll come home with a whole new look and a lease of life or just ready to hit the mud again. Either way, it’s nice to be pampered, so let’s take a look at dog spas.

Paws & Claws Dog Grooming on West Nob Hill

Paws & Claws Dog Grooming strives to give your dog the best experience possible, offering different styles, baths and grooming to meet your expectations for your best friend. They are trusted with so many of our sweet babies in the Yakima Valley because they do their best to make owner and pup happy.

Drewbies Dog House is now Dog E Stylez on West Nob Hill Blvd

If the name doesn’t draw you to the store, the professional atmosphere and friendly workers will. They take care of all dogs, big and small, old and young, friendly or not. They make accommodations for any puppies that may have trouble wandering away from their owner or don’t do well with other pets to make sure you can do basic needs like grooming or nail clippings by sending home a very happy puppy.

Luv a Lots Dog Grooming on 16th Avenue between Hathaway and Fruitvale

Luv a Lots Dog Grooming prides itself on keeping customers coming back, even giving them $5 off when you leave a review, all reviews left are around 5 stars, which complements how happy their dogs are after their fresh cut and trip to Luv a Lots. With over 30 years of experience, the owner knows what he is doing and gives each dog special treatment to make him feel loved and safe while grooming.

Earthwise Pet Supply & Grooming Yakima on West Nob Hill Blvd

Earthwise Pet Supply offers a variety of pet foods, treats, toys, and care in many forms, but they also offer amazing grooming with trained professionals. They’ll explain what needs to be done for your dog’s breed type, including the length of their nails, which styles will work best for your dog, and give you tips for doing a little grooming at home. This is a great place to support in Yakima Valley because they go all out to keep your pets happy.

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