Self-Serve Dog Wash Systems!

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Pets are an invaluable part of many of our lives — especially our canine companions. Six out of 10 Americans own a pet, and of those pet owners, 79% own dogs. And many of us dog owners play on the floor with our dogs, snuggle our dogs, even sleep with our dogs — so when our best friend gets into the trash, swims in a stinky river or otherwise starts to smell a little strong, we notice right away. The ASPCA recommends bathing your dog at three-month intervals, at least, but more baths may be necessary if your dog spends a lot of time running and rolling outside.

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For many of us, a trip to a costly dog groomer is simply not an option, leaving us to resort to the only other choice we have — the bathtub — armed with a bottle of dog shampoo and a forced smile. While hardly anyone would consider washing and grooming a dog a luxurious activity, it is for your pet.

Luckily, even on a tight budget, you can treat your favorite pooch to the luxurious treatment offered by self-serve dog grooming and DIY dog-washing tubs. With a wide variety of scented shampoos, snacks and even hair dryers, a self-service dog wash will make your dog think he’s at a spa retreat — and all at a price you can afford.

If you’re like most pet owners, you like to keep your dog or cat looking pristine and smelling good. And while there are groomers on just about every street corner providing bathing and drying services, they can cost a small fortune. What does a concerned pet owner do? Visit a coin-operated dog wash, of course!

Unfortunately, unless your dog weighs 1 pound soaking wet, attempting to bathe him in the family tub starts out with good intentions, but ends up more like an underwater adventure. The fact is, pet owners need more convenient, economical solutions for keeping their dogs clean, smelling good and happy.


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Bathing a dog at home just isn’t the easiest thing in the world. Not only do you have to get your dog in the tub, but you also have to make sure that he’s not going to escape suddenly and turn your household upside down. We’ve all heard about pooches getting out of the bathroom or laundry area and treating all the furniture and rugs to wet footprints and sopping puddles. Plus, if you have a bigger dog breed, you might not even have a tub you can use. In that case, you have to hope that the weather’s nice enough that you can go into the backyard and use the hose. It’s not only messy and inconvenient, but it can make your dog less apt to enjoy grooming. Make your pup happier and protect your furniture by taking your dog to a self-serve dog wash.


Dog owners like you love to pamper their pets, but money doesn’t grow on the trees in the dog park. While it’s fine to take your dog to the groomer’s on occasion, the cost can start to add up quickly. This means you have to find a practical, economical alternative. A dog-washing station can provide you with the affordability you crave while still giving you access to top-notch equipment. In general, a 20-minute session will cost about $15, which is change you can probably find in the couch — along with all those dog toys that you thought Fifi lost! You’ll be able to spend more on pet treats, organic food and that snazzy leash with the sparkles.


Wouldn’t it be great if you could turn your home into a pooch-pampering palace? Unfortunately, that’s out of the picture for most of us. However, when you come to a self-serve dog washing station, you can expect access to some of the best amenities available for dog washing. You can get top-notch shampoo on site, so forget the need to buy and bring your own. You can even use the groomer-grade air dryer to keep your dog comfortable and facilitate faster drying. Who says that a self-serve pet wash station can’t make you feel like you’re in the lap of luxury?

Don’t risk your pet escaping during an indoor or outdoor bath that happens at your home. Wet dogs who are trying to get away from the bath have a habit of wreaking havoc and may actually be alarmed by their wetness, leading to poor or rash decision-making. A commercial pet-washing station that’s self-serve has a heavy-duty door so you and your dog will remain safe and secure. For extra protection, always bring your pet on a leash and then secure the leash to a special hook during all bathing sessions. And consider bringing along a calming influence, such as your pet’s favorite squeaky toy or blanket.


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