Janie Semprevivo opened her Wag N’ Wash more than a decade ago. It was the first self-service dog wash in all of Bergen County, New Jersey and clients were lining up outside her salon waiting to bathe their dogs. Janie was well ahead of her time as, today, the concept of self-service dog washes has gained an enormous amount of popularity and facilities are operating all over the United States.
On top of the bonding moment that you share with your furry friend, Vera Lawlor, of Care 2 Healthy Living, shares 7 additional benefits of using a self-service dog wash – from quicker, easier clean up to affordability, and more!
Wag N’ Wash is coming to Redmond, Washington on March 3rd!
The new store, located at The Village at Redmond Ridge on 23535 NE Novelty Hill Road, marks the second of 15 stores the specialty pet retailer plans to open in the Seattle area and will be owned and operated by Rose Baeza.
“At Wag N’ Wash, we understand that your cats and dogs are cherished members of the family,” said Baeza. “Instead of going to multiple shops to find quality pet food and grooming services for your furry friend, Wag N’ Wash provides ease and convenience by being a one-stop-shop where pet owners can wash ’em, feed ’em and spoil ’em, all in one cool place!”
Colorado’s Best Host Joana Canals visited the Wag N’ Wash store in Castle Rock, CO! Store Manager Kim Ko Perez showed her our Valentine’s Day treats and how to pamper your pup with a spa day!
Show your companion animal the love this Valentine’s with pink and red toys, collars, beds and more. Check out our assortment of seasonal pet foods. Merrick’s “Pugs N’ Kisses” dog food or Weruva’s “Be Mine” cat food are both great! Spoil your pup with a specially decorated Valentine’s cookie baked fresh in the bakery. Or, set up a spa day with either a do-it-yourself self-wash or a professional grooming appointment.
Colorado’s Best shows you how to spoil your pets:
For more great Valentine’s gift ideas, check out our newest blog post! Or stop by your closest Wag N’ Wash location where a team member can help you wash ’em, feed ’em and spoil ’em all in one cool place.