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Webcams installed:  NoSmall dog area:  Yes
Puppy area:  YesTransportation & pick up:  Yes
Outdoor play area:  NoDog training available:  Yes
Veterinary supervision:  NoMobile grooming:  No
Self service dog wash:  NoHolistic/natural products available:  No
Flea and tick dips:  YesTeeth brushing:  Yes
Hand scissoring:  YesNail clipping:  Yes
Anal glands:  YesEar cleaning:  Yes
Hot oil treatment:  NoPrivate boarding:  Yes
Play area available:  YesOutdoor area available:  No
24 hour supervised care:  YesVeterinary supervision:  No
Vaccine restrictions:  YesCertified by Pet Care Services Association:  No

Frequency of walks:At least once per day
Rooms vs kennels:Rooms
Frequency of walks:At least once per day
Age restriction:None

“Daycare, kennel-free boarding, grooming and more for your best pal. Our conveniently located facility in Belltown is staffed 24/7 with caring dog lovers. In-home cat care also available.”

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4posted: October 2nd, 2008

Wags Grooming

I've been to groomers all over Seattle since I was a 4-month old furball, and I've never looked better than when I came out of Wags! They did a great job taming all my fluffs, and I even smelled sparkly. Good job!


1posted: July 14th, 2008

My experience at Wags of belltown

First...they are not part of the "wags hotel" and their other name is known as wags 2 whiskers. I see that I had to click on a paw to review but please know that I give them no paws. My 2 dogs Rocky and Mabelline stayed their while I was out of state for 7 days. 1st dog was $45.00 a day and the second dog was $40.00 a day. When I came back to pick up my dogs Mabelline was fine and Rocky had 4 lumbs on his back. When I really tried to look at them he wouldnt allow it but I was able to shave a liitle fur off to realize he had be bitten. He had to go to the vet and surgery the following morning We called and they had no idea how this could have happen. Regardless it did.....and no Compensation. We were offered a couple of nights for free. At that point why would you bring your dog back? It would seem that the "risk" form you sign when your dog stays there frees them of doing the right thing for their Negligence. PLease PLease see my pictures on my dogster page as this just happen to me.

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