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Where to Take Your Dog to Get Groomed

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2005 S. College Ave.

Locally owned and managed, the Dog Pawlour seeks to provide a personalized experience, a clean and professional studio and unique products including treats and toys. The Dog Pawlour has a collective 65 years of experience, bringing Fort Collins and Greeley residents services that include both dog and cat grooming as well as specialty pet products, and doggie day care and pet-sitting.


3531 S. College Ave.

Focused on providing dogs and cats with the highest quality food and products possible since its opening in 2006, Kriser’s wants only the best for your pet. Kriser’s Natural Pet has multiple locations including Denver, Lakewood, Westminster and Fort Collins. Stop by for all your needs including grooming, day care, training and veterinary services.


2200 N. Taft Hill Road.

At Animal House, they work to decrease the euthanasia rate of adoptable dogs by giving animals the opportunity and time to find the right home. They have rescued nearly 8,000 dogs since 2007. Doubling as both a rescue shelter and a groomer, they offer grooming services as well as the option to either adopt or foster a dog.



132 N. College Ave.

Located in Old Town, Wagz Pet Market works to make your pet feel safe and loved, seeking to care for them just like you would. They support local suppliers and artists and help the Larimer Humane Society and local rescues to raise money and provide supplies for them. Wagz is a full service grooming salon catering to both cats and dogs.

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