Our Story

The self-serve pet wash industry, as a whole, may be relatively new, but the manufacturers of All Paws Pet Wash Vending Stations are certainly not inexperienced when it comes to the wet environment building industry. A family-run business dating back to 1964, proud of their long-term reputation of structural integrity and longevity, synonymous with their manufacturing. Providing quality through craftsmanship is what we do best.

Integrating into the self-serve pet wash industry in 2009 was a natural move for CCSI International, Inc., and our customers have been raving ever since! Consumers will forever be looking for pet wash solutions, and self serve dog washing stations are the answer they’ve been looking for. Perfect for any recreational, commercial, or residential community, self serve dog grooming and pet wash stations are fun, convenient and affordable. Here’s to a Tail Waggin’ Good Time®!

What’s an All Paws Pet Wash Vending Station?

Imagine a place where you could go with your dog, wash and groom him or her without having to wrestle them into a tub or chase them around the living room sofa while dripping wet. This is every dog owner’s dream and a reality with self serve dog washing stations. An APW is an aluminum or stainless steel unit with walls, a sprayer, soaps, informational signage and custom graphics. We also manufacture modular buildings; self-contained, fully functional pet wash buildings offering self serve dog grooming and washing solutions conveniently and comfortably. Classified as a vending machine, our units have a low impact on the environment and have the capability to have a high impact on your revenue.  

Where Do I Put a Pet Wash?

A pet wash can be placed virtually anywhere there are people and pets. To get the most out of your pet washing facility and equipment, it’s recommended that the pet wash be placed in a highly populated residential area and be operated 24 hours/7 days a week. Remember, pets are funny and people are even funnier. Not everyone will use a dog wash building on the weekends. Plenty of animal lovers seek washing facilities after hours, early in the morning and even in the middle of the night. By providing this service anytime, you increase the probability that more people will use your pet wash system. Self-serve pet washes partner well with:

• Campgrounds and RV Parks
• Car Washes
• Gas Stations / Convenient Stores
• Laundromats
• Auto Lube & Oil Shops
• Pet Stores

• Dog Parks
• Kennels
• Apartment Buildings
• Pet-Friendly Hotels
• Veterinarian Offices or Hospitals
• Beaches

What’s Required?

The best part about your pet washing facility is its simplicity. Every pet wash building comes fully assembled and ready to be set on a flat surface with necessary utility hook-ups: drain (single stand pipe, much like a clothes washer), electric, and water. It’s as easy as that! In addition, it's good to note that all water is treated so there is never any smell. From purchase to profit, your pet wash system can be up and running in no time, ready to make every day pooches look and feel fabulous.

Do I Have to Staff the Pet Wash Station? How Much Do I Charge?

It is recommended that the pet wash station receives a daily cleaning, but it is not necessary for a unit to be manned. Typical charges are $10.00 for 12 minutes. However, dollar per minute charges are fully customizable. For help in adjusting what your unit charges, visit our Tech Support page!

All Paws Pet Wash headquarters is now located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Our pet washes are still manufactured in Garden Prairie, IL and will be shipped from the factory there.

Meet The Team

Keith Caldwell, President

Keith grew up in and around this business for 20 years and now represents the third generation.

He graduated from Ashford University in 2009 then started as a sales associate and is currently the president of All Paws Pet Wash.

Keith is always excited to come to work and see what the day brings. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, traveling, spending time with friends and golfing.

Keith's dog is Paw Rickashay Caldwell, our Chief Barketing Pawfficer 🙂

Brigitte Lowry, Office Manager

You could say I’m a Mid-West girl. I was born in Iowa, lived in Minnesota, Illinois and now Wisconsin.  I went to collage at the Illinois Institute of Art and have a major in Fashion Marketing and Management.

The last 20 years I have been in Retail Management running high profile stores.  I’m happily married to my husband Chris and we have dog 2 fur babies name Ajax and Charlie.

In my free time enjoy spending time with my family, shopping, working out and volunteering my time to animal rescues. Call me if you need anything!

Dave Romanski, Sales Manager

A UW – Eau Claire graduate, Dave has returned to EC after spending the past few years in Winter Park, CO.

He and his wife Vicki are happy to be back and look forward to spending time with family and friends.  Dave has owned and managed a number of businesses and uses these experiences to assist prospective clients in their quest to start their own pet wash business.

In his spare time he enjoys all mountain sports with Vicki and his two sons, Vince and Sam.

Karen Yohe, Designer

Karen is a Colorado native who moved to Wisconsin in 2018 and is enjoying the small town life with her husband Colin, Australian Shepherd Hurley, and two cats- Murphy and Chewy.

She has a business degree from University of Phoenix and will be finished with a degree in Graphic Design from Rasmussen College in 2020.

She has worked most of her career as a hair colorist. Managing a staff of 30, leading education formats for new talent, and maintaining relationships with hundreds of her own clientele.

She grew her own independent business in the Graphic Design field and is excited to bring her skills and experience to the All Paws Pet Wash team.

Paw Rickashay Caldwell, Chief Barketing Pawfficer


Charlie Care Bear Lowry, First Pawffice Assistant