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SELF-SERVE DOG WASH

Dog being dryed in a dog wash

At Autowash, we make it easy and enjoyable to keep your furry friends clean with our self-serve dog wash stations.

Most people who wash their dog at home experience problems due to lack of space, cooperation of the dog and the amount of clean up involved.

Our fully-equipped stations allow you to wash your dog in a comfortable and controlled environment, complete with softened water for a gentle clean, and all the necessary supplies provided on-site. Our facilities are designed to handle dogs of all sizes, ensuring a safe and soothing experience for your pet. Plus, with our premium, pet-friendly products, you can ensure a deep clean that leaves your dog happy and healthy. Join us at Autowash for a convenient, economical way to care for your pet's grooming needs.

FEATURING SOFTENED WATER 
FOR HEALTHIER HAPPIER DOGS!

Bull Terrier at Autowash
Lauren C. - Autowash @Ken Caryl

"Convenient location to wash & clean my car & wash the dogs. Dog wash area is enclosed (great for my nervous dog) and can hold up to two dogs. This process is much easier than washing them at home. Machine has soap, conditioner, and dryer."

SEE WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING!

Puppy in an orange towel
HELPFUL INFO:

We get asked about the water temperature often.  Many people would like to bathe dogs with warm water. This can be uncomfortable for the dog and in some cases: dangerous. If the bath water is too warm, you can overheat the dog. Adding a hot dryer to this and you could cause a problem especially with large breeds and dogs that are overweight who have a difficult time cooling down.

For water to feel warm to your touch the temperature must be higher than your body temperature which is 98.6. Water that feels warm is over 100 degrees, much too warm for the dog’s bath.

Water that is around 80 degrees is perfect. It should feel “room temperature” to you. Protect the dog from chilling after the bath by wrapping in a towel and using a warm (not hot) dryer. 

 

You also should not use shampoo that is made for humans on your pet. Human shampoos contain harsher detergents, are not pH balanced for pets, and could damage hair or sensitive skin. For more info, see www.dogcarebasics.com

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