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Question DetailsAsked on 9/22/2011

Where is a good 'dog bath' place? Not necessarily a full pet grooming salon, but where a customer can wash their big dog?

I'm in the 63367 zip code.

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Answered 7 years ago by Cas

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If you have a Pet Supplies Plus in your area, you might try there. The stores here in the Indy area have dog washing facilities.

Source: http://http://psp.know-where.com/pets...

Answered 7 years ago by ThePetCompany

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You're going to have to find a local shop that full and part service. We have one in our town.


Just go down AL and call, or Google and call. Ours is the only one for a very large radius. Are you afraid of all the hair clogging your drain pipe? Or don't you have a tub?

Good luck

Answered 6 years ago by help1968

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There are some "dirty dog" self-serve places in my area, where having a professional wash your dog is optional. If you can't find one of these in your neck of the woods, maybe you can take your Big Dog to a self-serve car wash [NOT a drive-through], weather permitting.

Whatever you do, here are some tips about getting it right: http://animal.discovery.com/pets/how-to-care-for-a-dog5.htm

You shouldn't use car "shampoo" on your dog. It might not harm your skin, but dogs have more sensitive skin than humans.

Answered 5 years ago by Oleron




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