Self-Serve Dog Wash Is Up and Running!

YAY!  After lots and lots of hard work and late nights, the Loyal Biscuit Co. Self Serve Dog Wash is now open for business!!   Check out these step-by-step videos of how the dog wash works!  The super model dog in the videos is our own Tyra Banks of dogs – Miss Fenway!

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Our self-service dog wash includes:

  • A waist-high professional grooming tub
  • Tropiclean shampoo of your choice 
  • Fluffy towels (please on per washing)
  • Warm water
  • High velocity, pet safe dryer
  • Grooming table
  • Assortment of grooming tools

No appointment necessary! Our facilities are available on a first come, first served walk-in basis. 

The Rules:

  • All dogs must be on a 6’ or shorter leash or in carriers at all times under the control of an adult.
  • Pets are not allowed to be left unattended at any time. 
  • Disruptive and/or aggressive dogs may be asked to leave, at management’s discretion. You may make an appointment to come back before or after regular business hours.
  • Children 16 years old and younger must be attended by and under the supervision of a parent or responsible adult at all times.
  • Last wash is ½ hour before closing time (we close at 6 pm M-F and 4 pm on Sat.).

IMPORTANT SKUNK POLICY:

To ensure a pleasant environment for all, if your dog is sprayed by a skunk, you must first wash your dog thoroughly at least once at home and pass our “sniff” test before we will allow you to use our facility. If your dog gets sprayed, mix 4 cups of hydrogen peroxide, ¼ cup of baking soda, and a tablespoon of dish detergent. Sponge this mixture onto the effected areas and let sit for 30 minutes and then rinse. Follow this up with a good dog wash. We also sell skunk odor neutralizing formula’s that you can use before you bring them in to be washed. 

Prices:

Wash usage fees are charged by the size and/or coat type of your dog, to make the prices appropriate to the amount of water, shampoo and tub time needed by each customer.Because we charge by the type of dog, there is no time limit, so please take your time and enjoy bonding with your best friend during his bath. 

SMALL & MEDIUM DOGS – $14
LARGE & EXTRA LARGE DOGS – $16
EXTRA THICK COATS – $18

Frequent Wash Program:

After nine washes your tenth wash is FREE with our frequent wash program! 

Please note that dog washes are not part of our Loyal Biscuit Frequent Buyer Program, nor can Frequent Buyer certificates be redeemed for dog washes.

Emergency Wash Program

Ever let the dogs out before bed only to have them visit Mr. Skunk or roll in the smelliest pile of who-knows-what out there? With our emergency wash program, call us when the store is closed, and if we are free, we will be more than happy to meet you at the store so you can clean your friend up. Emergency wash fee is $75.00—please call 691-1340. Please note that if your dog does come face-to-face with Mr. Skunk, you must first bathe him at home (see Skunk Policy above).

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  1. […] The pet-safe blow dryer isn’t as hot as a human hair dryer so it doesn’t damage a pup’s skin like a human hair dryer would. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t make any less noise! I was praised and given kisses, but that still didn’t stop me from shaking. I managed to let out a little yelp before my mom was finished; she made sure not to take her time on the drying part. After that it was easy sailing with an ear cleaning (The Biscuit has Liquid Health K-9 Ear Solutions available for use) and a brushing and combing. I noticed a set of nail clippers and styptic powder too, but thankfully my mom skipped those this time around.Because of the convenience of The Biscuit’s self serve dog wash, I have a feeling there will be more trips in my future. Heidi, the co-owner even told my mom that she can use the grooming tables when she gives me a hair cut. If you would like more information about the dog wash, check out The Biscuit’s site here. For a video tutorial starring my friend and The Biscuit’s own store dog, Fenway, check out this blog post. […]

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