In Delaware, we value giving our four-legged friends only the best treatment when it comes to grooming. Whether Fido needs a good bath or Fluffy needs her nails clipped, you’ll find any service you need at Delaware’s first-rate pet groomers. From overnight-style locations to do-it-yourself washes, here are the 10 best pet groomers in the state.
Camp Bow Wow is a dog-only facility where your best furry friend gets to romp and play and socialize with other pets. You will find services like exercise routines, socialization skills, and, of course, grooming. But Bow Wow wants owners to feel as good as their pets about the facilities so they make sure that every counselor is trained in dog behavior, pet CPR, and pet first aid. Plus, you will find all-inclusive pricing and a 24-hour access online pet cam.
At Dogtopia, it's like your dog has access to three facilities in one: a doggy daycare, a boarding home, and spa all rolled into a single facility. Plus, modern amenities allow for a safe, healthy, fun atmosphere for training and socialization. Pets are supervised by trained staff in playrooms with rubber floors, and you can check out the pet cam at any time.
At Millville, you will find pet food and supplies, but you will also enjoy saltwater fish and live rock and corals. The star of the show, though, has to be their pet grooming services for both cats and dogs. And, in addition to those full-service grooming offerings, you will also find nail clipping services, full brushings, bath and haircut options, and shampoo and conditioning treatments.
Now, if you are a do-it-yourselfer who does trust anyone to be with you fur-baby other than yourself, Precious Paws may be a place that you want to check out. Sure, they have state-of-the-art equipment and expert groomers, but they also offer self-washing options. Not only can you save some coin, but it will allow you to bond with your pet in ways you never thought possible.
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If a cage-free environment, where dogs can socialize, play, and interact, is important to you than Playtime Doggie Daycare might be the place for your best pal. You will find state-of-the-art equipment for grooming, a relaxing low-stress environment, and constant supervision. Plus, dogs since no external anxiety, as the goal is to provide the “most relaxing experience possible.”
At Paws & People Too they believe dog-grooming involves more than making your K-9 look and feel his best. It also involves the care and maintenance of your furry family member after his appointment. Paws and People Too takes an educational approach in this respect and empowers owners to keep up with the grooming needs of their pets with the recommendation of visiting a professional groomer every 6-8 weeks.
The Pet Bow-Tique is all about “a positive grooming experience.” It says that on the wall in the entryway as you walk in, and young owner and grooming enthusiast, Marcia Lacono, actually means it. Having earned her stripes through eight years of professional grooming experience, Marcia now owns her own business and treats animals with care and respect.
Owner Virginia Clark started grooming pets professionally after graduating from high school in 2001. While gaining experience as a vet tech, she observed a disconnect between veterinarians and pet owners. At Scruffy to Fluffy, she has translated her experience into an opportunity to educate owners and being honest about the logic behind good grooming practices.
Offering boarding and grooming services to customers, it is All Aboard’s mission to treat all pets with respect and to keep them safe during their stay. Owners Jill and Jerry Green exhibit their passion and respect for animals every day by overseeing operations and by participating in local pet rescue efforts, in an attempt to find “feasible ways to reduce euthanasia in the state.”
If mobile grooming services, self-washing, and full-service pet grooming options don’t get your attention, you are probably not upright and facing the right way. At Wags to Riches, they offer just a little bit more than all of the rest, including Professional Pet Photography and Pet Tech Courses, which, by the way, are, reportedly, the same courses used by Homeland Security to train their enforcement dogs.