We hope all of our readers with pets have been enjoying their pets this summer. Comments on our Pulse Pets contest are now open for voting! Team FVP has been enjoying our canine companions a lot this summer; they love to play in the lakes and walk along the great trails throughout the Fraser Valley.
The only downside of all this fun summer outdoor activity is some very dirty, smelly dogs. Without fail, ours gets out of the lake and runs straight for the biggest mound of dirt he can find. That’s why we were thrilled to find about a fabulous Fraser Valley mobile pet spa: Curbside Canines Mobile Pet Spaw.
Curbside Canines Mobile Pet Spaw, based in Langley, was started one year ago by Owner Christie van Blanken (above with her dog Titan). Looking for an alternative to hectic grooming salons, Christie has put together a clean, full-service mobile pet spa. The 6×8 foot trailer space includes a 5ft long tub (awesome for big dogs) and a hydraulic lift on the grooming table, meaning walk-on access for your dog. Bathing, drying, dematting, nail cliping, hair cuts and, for certain breeds, hand stripping – she does it all! Christie was trained by a master groomer, and therefore knows cuts for specific breeds. Curbside Canines rolls up to your home’s curb, takes your dog inside for an average of 1 to 1.5 hours, and voila – your fur baby is fresh and squeaky clean! All that is required by you is a standard electrical outlet for power.
Curbside Canines Mobile Pet Spaw is a fantastic service for dogs with behavioural problems or dog-aggressive animals. The one-on-one, cage and kennel-free space allows for a calming, stress-free environment.
With professionalism being the most important aspect of Christie’s business goals, you can be rest assured that your dogs will be bathed in fresh water (the tank is refilled daily), with biodegradable cleansing products and clean tools.
From chiquaquas to standard poodles, Curbside Canines Mobile Pet Spaw is a treat for any doggy. Grab your pup, take him for a day of swimming in the lake, scratching his back on the grass and rolling in the mud – then call Christie and treat him to a proper scrub down