Wash Dog News
We are now moved completely into our new location: 10623 16th Ave SW and will open as soon as the virus health crisis can be brought under control. We and thousands of other businesses must remain closed until May 4th, via the Governor's Office. We will keep you posted on any progress we hear. Stay safe everyone! Hope to see you soon!
The Wash Dog is now closed via the Washington State mandated "Stay at Home" order. We will re-open at our new location, 10623 16th Ave SW, as soon as possible. We look forward to seeing everyone at our new location as soon as this crisis levels out. Stay safe everyone!
Yes, we will be open regular hours on Monday, Feb 17th, Presidents' Day!
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Showing now at The Wash Dog: A series of extraordinary pet photos by local artist Erika Smith. Come view how she brilliantly captures the essence of each pet she photographs.
Don't forget about our Self-Service Loyalty Program. After 10 washes, your next one is free!
We and our clients (both two legged and four) had an amazing time Halloween evening.
West Seattle show dogs Samantha and Lilly regularly spend time at The Wash Dog getting ready to strut their stuff in the show ring.
VaNessa Ezell's "Pawsed in Paint" custom acrylic.
Have two, three, or more dogs? Bring them to The Wash Dog and bathe them for $25 for the first dog plus only $5 per additional dog! (Same room.)
Every Monday is Marvelous for Wash Dog Customers and Every Tuesday is Two-Fur the Price of One.
Monday Price is $20 for Self-Wash.
On Tuesdays, Wash 2 Dogs in the Same Self-Service Room for $25! Additional Dogs in the same bathing room will be $5 each.
Small Dog Special: Every day, small dogs under 15 lbs. can be bathed for $20.
"I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive."
"Marley taught me about living each day with unbridled exuberance and joy, about seizing the moment and following your heart. He taught me to appreciate the simple things - a walk in the woods, a fresh snowfall, a nap in the shaft of winter sunlight."
I sometimes look into the face of my dog Stan and see a wistful sadness and existential angst, when all he is actually doing is slowly scanning the ceiling for flies."
"There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."
"A dog wags its tail with its heart"