Rub A Dub Dog
Posted: 5/5/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This dog wash, Greenwood's semi-best-kept secret, has been our choice for years. No more struggling with big dogs in small bathtubs, keeping the curtain pulled back away from snapping teeth, and washing gobs of fur down the drain. Carrie and co. at Rub A Dub Dog provide everything we need for an easy, fast wash and dry--even when the dogs are less than enthusiastic!
Posted: 2/13/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Washing the dog probably isn't high on the list of many, but it's really rather fun and Rub-A-Dub. The staff are routinely helpful and attentive. The tubs and drying stands are easy to use and ramps lead to both, eliminating the wrestling match of getting Fido into position. One of the things I like a lot about this place, and I've been to a number of do-it-yourself dog washes in north Seattle, is that there is an abundance of grooming tools and supplies available: cotton and forceps (for the ears) a variety of different nail clippers, ear washes, ointments, salves and lotions, deodorants. You name it. It's all there, just help yourself. The staff are friendly, and the general feeling of the place is fun. (If you're new there, they'll take a picture of you and your friend and post it on the wall. ) There is a basket of dog toys available if your pooch needs to occupy itself (you did neuter your dog, right?) while waiting for an open tub, and staff there will cut Bowser's nails for only $5.00. Such a deal!