Launder-A-Pet is a Dog Facility offering full range of dog services including self serve dog wash, full serve dog wash,Doggy Day Care, Obedience Classes and Agility Classes. The staff are very patient and caring of the animals and the facility is very family and friendly. They love dogs of all breeds and Sizes. Visit our Web Site www.Launder-A-Pet.com. Cleaning up your dog often leads to cleaning up your house: hair gets everywhere, your bathtub gets scratched up, and your home ends up getting wet. It can also be a financial burden to bring your pet to a groomer. Launder-A-Pet offers a service that's much like a self-service car wash, but for pet owners to clean their animals. Launder-A-Pet opened in 1995, and in addition to the self-service wash, there is also full service grooming, a doggy daycare and an obedience and agility college on site. "We just have a love of dogs," says Sheila Johnson, who bought the business in 2002. "We have even had cats and rabbits inLaunder-A-Pet can handle the dirtiest of dogs. Here, pet parents get everything they need to clean their canines. "We have the brushes, combs, professional blowers and aprons and the tubs are raised three feet off the ground so it's easy on your back," says Sheila. "Customers wash their dogs up and leave the mess behind." The cost is cheaper than a professional groomer and lots of owners see it as a bonding experience with their pets. The professional blowers Launder-A-Pet supplies are worth the trip on their own. "At home you basically have to towel dry or maybe use your own hair dryer. Here we have professional blowers," says Sheila. "And for bigger dogs with hair issues, the blowers get so much more of the excess hair out than owners can with just a brush. So it keeps peoples' houses cleaner, their cars cleaner and their clothes cleaner." The goal at Launder-A-Pet's daycare is to get your dog active and, most importantly, socializing with other dogs instead of being locked up.more...
Bathing your dog at home can lead to cleaning your whole house: hair and water gets everywhere, your tub gets scratched up, and your walls and floors get wet. It can also be expensive to regularly bring your pet to a groomer. Launder-A-Pet offers a self-service bathing option with plenty of advantages compared to doing it at home or using the pet wash at the local car wash.
Launder-A-Pet opened in 1995, and in addition to the self-service wash, it offers full-service grooming, doggy daycare, and obedience and agility classes. It also works with an out-of-town kennel as a drop-off/pick-up location.
“We just have a love of dogs,” says Sheila Johnson, who bought the business in 2003. “We have even had cats and rabbits in for self-serve.”