How to Keep Your Pet Clean While Traveling

If you’re planning a road trip and want to bring your pet along for the ride, you’re probably wondering how you can keep your car clean while you’re traveling with your dog. This concern is a common one for many pet parents, particularly for people who are new to traveling with their furry family members. The key to maintaining a clean pet while traveling is to prepare in advance. One of the most important things you’ll need to do is to ensure you have a sufficient supply of your pet’s normal...
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Reasons to Open a Self-Serve Pet Wash at the Beach

Isn’t it great when you see people spending time with their pets at the beach? You don’t have to be a pet lover to enjoy seeing dogs frolicking in the water, playing frisbee or rolling around in the sand. Dogs can make just about anyone smile with their antics on the beach, especially when they’re playing in the surf. While it’s obvious that many dogs have a great time at the beach, the end of playtime can be a nightmare for their owners. When it’s time to load a wet and sandy dog into their ...
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Marketing Tips for Your Pet Wash

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Wondering how to market your self-serve pet wash? Even veteran business owners can use tips for their wash since marketing techniques for pet wash owners are constantly evolving. Once you know what gets your message across, you can market a coin-operated dog wash with ease. (more…)
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Eliminate the Wet Dog Smell

Sooner or later, every pooch owner experiences it: the dreaded wet dog smell. While it’s a natural part of being a doggy parent, it’s not exactly the most exciting aspect of owning a four-legged BFF. However, you can make your dog smell better with a few tips on how to get rid of or even prevent the wet dog smell. (more…)
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How Often Should You Wash Your Dog?

  Man’s best friend might act high and mighty, but every pooch needs a little help when it comes to staying neat and tidy. Dogs turn into frolicking toddlers when they come across a mud puddle, a patch of freshly mowed grass or even an open trash can. No wonder they start to smell a bit less than pleasant! That’s when you know it’s time to bathe your dog. But how often should you wash your dog to prevent the build-up of bacteria, dirt, insects and all the other grime you’d rather ...
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