At The Nellis Group, we know that selecting the right pet services for your fur babies or other animal companions is something that you should carefully consider. These pet professionals could potentially save your companions life and keep them healthy. 

We have compiled al list of various pet services that is sure to net you the right fit for your little loved ones.

Day Care and Boarding

A Dog’s Day Out
403-B Swann Ave., Alexandria; 703-739-23364536 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria; 571-312-7723
44642 Guilford Drive, Suite 101, Ashburn; 703-858-3647
6680 Fayette St., Haymarket; 703-596-3647
5425-B Port Royal Road, Springfield; 703-321-3647
2800-A Gallows Road, Vienna; 703-698-3647

A Dog’s Day Out offers dog daycare, boarding, and grooming services at each of their facilities. They also offer kenneling and training at select locations.

Your dog will be able to socialize in their cage-free small, medium, or large daycare spaces with their dog-loving staff throughout each day. All dogs are separated by size, so they only play with appropriately sized playmates.

Affectionate Pet Care
3851 Pickett Road, Fairfax; 703-250-5233

Affectionate Pet Care Center started out in the cozy two thousand square foot facility in 2002, later built an addition on to the back of the building and expanded into the second building on the property in 2006. The success of the business allowed for an even greater expansion in 2012 into a new facility with over twelve thousand square feet of indoor space and sixteen thousand square feet of outdoor space. This expansion was to provide more space, more selective playrooms to accommodate different play styles, temperaments, ages, and sizes, with a wider outdoor yard selection. This City of Fairfax property was developed with your dog in mind, their goal is always to provide the highest level of comfort and care for your best friend. Affectionate Pet Care will continue to improve as a business and leader in the innovative open concept of dog care. The CEO works around the clock with her 80+ staff to improve and perfect all systems to provide top-notch pet care.

Dogtopia
720 Jackson St., Herndon; 703-436-9162
10352 Balls Ford Road, Manassas; 703-278-2101

They’ve created a loving place with dogs’ wants and needs in mind. Offering everything your furry family member requires with award-winning dog daycare, overnight, weekend and holiday boarding, and spa services.  Use their webcams to watch them play all day with their BFFFs (best furry friends forever) in open and safe environments. Professionally trained Dogtopians will love and care for your pup like they are their own. You can trust your dog will come home overjoyed – and most likely overtired – from all of the excitement of the day.

Dog Eaze Inn
13907 Telegraph Road, Woodbridge; 703-496-4392

The Dog Eaze Inn provides the highest level of care and comfort for their pet guests in a clean and safe environment. They build lifelong relationships with their pet guests and pet parents. Conveniently located in Woodbridge, VA providing Dog Boarding, Dog Daycare, and Grooming for their clients.

Fur-Get Me Not
4140 S. Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington; 703-933-1935

Fur-Get Me Not believes in fair, open, and honest business practices. They also believe that when someone else is caring for your pet, they should provide the same quality of care as if you were doing it yourself. They work hard to build long-lasting relationships with you and your pets. Their team is dedicated to getting to know your pet so that they can partner with you to help them thrive. Their services are broad yet flexible, convenient, and can be combined in different ways to meet your specific pet care needs.

Whether you work or travel, have a new puppy, a high-energy dog or a playful kitten, have behavior challenges with your dog or have a shy cat, they do it all. They can come to your home for pet sitting, dog walking, or dog training. Or you can bring your dog to them for dog daycare, dog boarding, dog training or DIY dog wash.

Healthy Hound Playground
45910 Transamerica Plaza, Suite 109, Sterling; 703-464-0056

Healthy Hound Playground is Northern Virginia’s Premier Dog Day Care, Boarding Kennel & Grooming Salon & Spa dedicated to providing your four-legged family member with an exceptional, safe and fun home away from home with regular outdoor potty breaks.

Located directly on the border of Herndon VA and Sterling VA off of Route 28 and the Dulles Toll Road, Healthy Hound Playground is central to Reston Town Center, Ashburn and Dulles Airport. The facility is also a short 10-minute drive from the Chantilly – Centreville VA area.

Healthy Hound Playground is the area’s largest dog day care, boarding and grooming facility spanning 18,000 square feet. Your dog will be sure to have plenty of space to run and play safely with constant supervision. Regular outdoor potty breaks help reinforce at-home habits and their spacious kennels will afford evenings spent in total relaxation, while their overnight attendant will give parents peace of mind.

Your pup can enjoy a spa day any day! At the end of a day of play, an overnight stay or just because it’s their favorite day of the week to get a haircut.







Olde Towne Pet Resort

8101 Alban Road, Springfield; 888-475-3580
21460 Squire Court, Sterling; 888-475-3580

Premier pet boarding, day camp, grooming, training, activities and more.

A family owned business for over a decade, Olde Towne Pet Resort knows that every pet in their care is more than just a client, they are family to those who love them, and part of the OTPR family too.

Paws Awhile Pet Motel
7353 Woodlawn Lane, Warrenton; 540-347-4855

Paws Awhile Pet Motel is one of Northern Virginia’s most renowned boarding facilities for dogs and cats. Originally established in 1965, since November 1998 it has been under the ownership and management of Mother Eirene and Mother Raphaela, two Orthodox Christian nuns. With a special calling for giving love to all the animals in their charge, the Sisters and their staff offer the best in compassionate, top-quality care.

Located on 24 acres in rural Warrenton, Virginia, Paws Awhile Pet Motel offers the ultimate in personal care and individual attention to each dog and cat who visits their facility. Mother Eirene and Mother Raphaela are committed to caring for each pet as though they were part of their own family. It is a privilege and responsibility they take very seriously. With the highest level of care and attention to the health, well-being and safety of your pets, you can relax, knowing your animal friends (and family members) are in the best of hands.

Pender Pet Retreat
4508 Upper Cub Run Drive, Chantilly; 703-631-9590

When does the title “Pet Retreat” become more accurate than pet boarding?

When all of the amenities of home and more are available for enjoyment and your dog or cat looks forward to their return. Pender Pet Retreat is your pet’s home away from home.

Your cat or dog is treated as a guest at Pender Pet Retreat. Their location is very close to the south end of Dulles Airport at 4508 Upper Cub Run Drive in Chantilly, VA. No other pet retreat or boarding facility in Fairfax County is situated on 6 wooded acres with multiple fenced areas for exercise and just “great sniffing” (a concrete parking lot is just not dog friendly). They have multiple accommodation choices for their canine guests to best suite all sizes and activity levels while their feline guests have spacious condos with bird watching available if your cat prefers.

Just like Pender Vet Animal Hospital in Fairfax, your pet will have 24-hour oversight and care. They welcome visitors and love to showcase their facility so please give them a call to schedule a tour today!

Whole Dogz
4748 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria; 703-751-3649

Patrick Kenkel, Whole Dogz Manager/Owner, has always had dogs in his life. He begged for a dog while away at college in California (Halle Berry now serves as the Whole Dogz official greeter!) and has cared for many neighbor/friend/referred dogs as a pet sitter. He has volunteered with animal shelters and managed a local doggie daycare. He has a special way with dogs. No dog is too big of a challenge for his large heart. 

His mom, Mary Kenkel, wanted Patrick to be able to live his dream of working with and caring for dogs. So, she and her partner, John, pooled their funds and brought everyone's vision of Whole Dogz to reality. Here, they provide dogs with a safe and non-toxic place for doggie daycare where pups can play in large indoor/outdoor facilities, adorable suites for overnight boarding providing a place to relax while their owners are away for a day or for an extended period of time.  

Patrick has extensive experience as a manager of dog daycares in the Alexandria area. Mary has a day job as a consultant and John flies to Houston every week for his day job! Each of them brings a special aspect to the business to ensure that Whole Dogz is a success: a place where your dog is the center of attention and comes back home happy, nourished and exercised.  

 Dog Parks

Baron Cameron Dog Park
11300 Baron Cameron Ave., Reston; 703-324-8785

Arguably, the most popular dog park in the Reston – Herndon area is Baron Cameron Park. It has a large area designated for off–leash dog play. Just like at Healthy Hound Playground where one can take their pup for dog day care and boarding, there is more than one play area. There is the main play area, as well as a smaller one that is fenced off for smaller guys that may be a little daunted by the occasional rough play in the larger dog area.

Duke Street
Duke Street, Alexandria; 703-746-4774

The design for the Duke Street Dog Park was updated in 2018 and 2019 based on community comments. Modifications include adding a hose bib connection to the water fountains, extending the pavement at the entrances to connect to ADA accessible benches, changing the plantings between the two dog areas, and adding trees to the perimeter of the dog park. Modifications for maintenance access were added for improved service to the dog park. Future improvements may include small park shelters, lights, and a gravel path for maintenance access. The project will transition into the construction stage, which will be phased over the summer and early fall.

Glencarlyn Park
301 S. Harrison St., Arlington; 703-228-6525

All dogs in this County’s dog parks must be on a leash and under the control of their owner or of another responsible person. The only exception to this law is when the dog and its owner are at a county-sanctioned, off-leash dog park. Dogs are never allowed on athletic fields.

K-9 Gunner Dog Park
13000 Minnieville Road, Woodbridge; 703-792-6000

Free and open to the public, K-9 Gunner Dog Park is a community partnership project, which provides management and support by local volunteers.

ALL DOGS MUST BE LICENSED AND HAVE UP-TO-DATE VACCINATIONS 

BEFORE ENTERING THIS DOG PARK.

The park is 46,000 sq. ft. with a mix of grass and dirt areas. 

There are separate areas for small dogs and large dogs. 

Bench seating areas are available inside and outside the fenced areas.

Parking is available.

Mason District
Intersection of Alpine Drive and Pinecrest Parkway, Annandale; 703-324-8702

The Fairfax County Park Authority welcomes leashed dogs in this park. In addition, for owners of well-socialized canines who enjoy a good run, a friendly romp, or simply the presence of other dogs and people, the Park Authority operates dog parks or dog runs. These are designated fence-enclosed areas where unleashed dogs can have free play. At present, the Park Authority has eleven established dog parks located throughout Fairfax County.

Volunteer Dog Park Monitors are Park Authority volunteers who assist staff with the operations and maintenance of each dog park. They do so by encouraging awareness of dog park rules and regulations, reporting maintenance needs to the Park Authority, picking up litter and dog waste in order to model proper use and to keep park areas clean; and by promoting a sense of community among those who visit a dog park.

Operating Hours are 7 a.m. to one half-hour after sunset Monday through Friday. On weekends and federal holidays, the hours are 8 a.m. to one half-hour after sunset.

Monticello Park
5315 Guinea Road, Burke; 703-324-8702

Monticello Paws Park is a pet-friendly recreation area. Monticello’s first off-leash, fenced in dog park is adjacent to the bituminous trail system. Park users living nearby may walk with their dogs to the park on the trail system. There are two entrances to the park, one on the east side and one on the west side of the park. Both entrances are double gated to allow for unleashing your pets prior to entering the park.

The Small Dog Park is limited to dogs weighing less then 25 pounds and shy dogs, and features a smaller open grassy play area, a bench and a shade tree. The Large Dog Park is open to dogs of all sizes, and features a large open grassy play area, watering station, benches, picnic tables, and mature shade trees on the east side.

Shirlington Dog Park
2710 S. Oakland St., Arlington; 703-228-6525

The Shirlington Dog Park was established over thirty years ago and was one of the first officially recognized off-leash dog exercise areas in the region. Being approximately two acres in size, its narrow, quarter-mile length with an accessible trail, runs along an urban stream on the one side and warehouse buildings on the other. There is also a separate adjoining area for small dogs. It is open every day of the year during daylight hours and receives nearly 200,000 visits annually.  It consistently is named one of the best dog parks in the region, including in the June 2018 issue of Northern Virginia Magazine.  The Shirlington Dog Park was also recently picked as the top dog park in the country by the AKC.  




South Riding Dog Park
25168 Elk Lick Road, South Riding; 703-327-4390

This park includes a natural wooded area with shade, lengthy dog run and obstacle equipment and is located behind the Elk Lick Park. The park is open from dawn to dusk and it is owned and maintained by South Riding Proprietary. Questions regarding this park may be directed to Town Hall at 703-327-4390.

Vint Hill Dog Park
4263 Aiken Drive, Warrenton

Vint Hill Dog Park is non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing a fun and safe off-leash dog recreation area to Virginia’s Piedmont region.

Vint Hill dog Park is a fenced in dog park on 1.25 acres. Partially wooded in the Vint Hill area, near the corner of Aiken Drive and Kennedy Road. 

There is parking directly adjacent to the park off Aiken Drive, and a large parking lot directly across Kennedy Road. 

The private dog park is open to the public, operating from dawn to dusk.

Groomers

A Dog’s Day Out
Multiple locations, See Day Care and Boarding for addresses

A Dog’s Day Out offers dog daycare, boarding, and grooming services at each of their facilities. They also offer kenneling and training at select locations.

Your dog will be able to socialize in their cage-free small, medium, or large daycare spaces with the dog-loving staff throughout each day. All dogs are separated by size, so they only play with appropriately sized playmates.



Bark + Boarding
5818-C Seminary Road, Baileys Crossroads; 703-931-5057

Bark + Boarding is passionate about creating a thriving environment for pets and developing long-term relationships with their clients. They welcome pets and their owners as their own family and strive to cultivate a vibrant community that supports local businesses.

They offer services for Bark + Boarding family members at their place and yours. At their location, they offer daycare, boarding, grooming, and training. They also have a great selection of retail products that are handpicked and curated by their staff with competitive pricing. At this location, they offer pet taxi, in-home pet sitting, midday dog walking and wedding attendant services.

Barks ‘n Bubbles
11725 Lee Highway, Suite A-17A, Fairfax; 703-352-9274

Bark ‘N Bubbles Self-Service Dog Wash and Grooming Salon opened its doors in 2009. Their mission was to provide dog owners with an alternative to washing their dogs outside with the cold-water hose or in the bathroom with all the mess left behind. In addition to the self-serve option, they provide full grooming for those dogs needing a haircut.

At Bark ‘N Bubbles they offer 3 levels of service: You Wash (you bathe your dog), THEY Wash (they bathe your dog) and Grooming (includes bath and haircut from one of their highly skilled groomers). They also offer many extras such as nail trimming, ear cleaning and tooth brushing. Their retail section features grooming tools, dental care, products, treats, leashes & collars, gifts and much more.

The groomers and bathers at Bark ‘N Bubbles bring decades of experience to the job. Your dog’s well-being is their #1 priority so in addition to providing a quality grooming experience, they are constantly on the lookout lumps and bumps, fleas and ticks, skin issues, ear infections, etc. As they often tell customers, “your groomer is your first line of defense in detecting health issues since we see your dog more often than does the vet.”

Belly Rubs and Suds
43330 Junction Plaza, Suite 178, Ashburn; 571-295-5516

The staff at Belly Rubs N Suds is committed to continually learning more about pet care, products, and nutrition so that they can provide you with the best products and services around.

Come visit their dog grooming salon in Ashburn, VA specializing in quality grooming, a self-service dog wash, and all-natural dog treats and supplies.

Canine Carousel
422 Elden St., Herndon; 703-709-8746
43135 Broadland Center Plaza, Suite 129, Ashburn; 703-687-4626

Canine Carousel is a local business that is family owned and operated since 1977. Their goal is to provide the best care possible for the dogs and cats that come into the salon. In 2012, they decided to expand their business to Ashburn, Virginia and relocate their Herndon store to a more appealing location. At the same time, they expanded the business into a full-service Pet Spa Boutique, which now also carries retail pet supplies at both store locations. Their “one-stop-shop” offers grooming, supplies, healthy treats and pet food products that are all natural & holistic with proper nutrition and supplements for your pet’s health and wellbeing.

They are staffed by professional pet stylists and offer the service your pet deserves in a spa like setting.  Catering to most breeds of dogs and cats, they are highly Veterinarian recommended.

Dog Krazy
307 William St., Fredericksburg; 540-373-4168

The first location was established in August of 2006 when Nancy realized she wanted to spend every moment of her life with her Bulldog, Piglet. Piglet is the inspiration behind Dog Krazy and the love that Nancy has for her is the reason you can walk into any Dog Krazy location and know that everything you see, feel and touch is only the best for your beloved pets. Piglet passed away in 2016 but her memory will live on through Dog Krazy. Since Piglet’s passing, Dog Krazy has expanded to five locations throughout Virginia. 

Dogma Gourmet Dog Bakery & Boutique
2772 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Arlington; 571-422-0370
11414 Washington Plaza W., Reston; 703-437-3429

Dogma Dog Bakery opened for business in 2000. From the very beginning, they were committed to providing only healthy foods and treats and worked hard to ensure their customers know that they can count on them to provide the best options for your pets. While their name shows how much they love dogs, they are also an advocate for your feline friends too, showing their love for them with a dedicated cat section and frequent “kitty condo” visitors from area rescues.

Dogtopia
3850 Dulles S. Court, Suite D, Chantilly; 703-278-2021
720 Jackson St., Herndon; 703-436-9162

At Dogtopia, they believe in safe socialization, exercise and education for your furry child. Their dog daycare centers provide the utmost in quality care as they separate each dog by size, temperament and promise to ensure that there are evaluated, vaccinated dogs in a supervised environment. You can even watch them play all day via live webcams!

While their centers offer dog daycare, boarding and spa services (with some offering grooming and training), their core service is daycare for your dog. Daycare is a purposeful choice made for the love of your dog. This decision ensures they are happy, healthy and equipped to become well-rounded pups. Even their boarding services offer your dogs an open-play environment to get them the socialization, exercise, and education they deserve.




From Head to Tail Grooming Spa
430 Hume Ave., Alexandria; 571-312-7989

Utilizing a holistic approach, holistic grooming is the practice of grooming your pet in a stress-free environment in order to provide optimal health for both their body and mind. At From Head to Tail Grooming Spa, when they treat your pet they will look at them as a whole.  They are passionate about dogs and their well-being and are patient and understanding with pooches that may be new to grooming, nervous about being handled, or are aged, ill or disabled.  To help promote a relaxing and stress-free environment, they schedule by appointment.  

Another aspect of holistic grooming is only using high quality, naturally derived products which are essential for healthy skin and coat.  They will not compromise health for cost and have selected the best and safest products available and are proud to be the only grooming spa in the state to offer all-natural Thera-Clean microbubble baths.

FHTT aims to work with pet parents to be an integral part of creating health and happiness for our fur babies by improving their quality of life with healthier skin and coat.

Groom n’ Glory
2339 Saint Germain Drive, Suite 14011-H, Centreville; 703-830-5574

Owner Jan Thompson is an award winning National Certified Master Groomer and a member of the National Dog Groomers Association of America.

The Groom 'n Glory team frequently participates in continued education seminars and attends grooming contests and trade shows to learn about new products and information to excel in their profession and improve their services.



Hairy Situations
1504 A Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria; 703-518-3030

By putting pets emotional and physical needs first the owner of Hair Situations believes the grooming process can become a positive and pleasant experience. She is committed to taking the time necessary to perform the highest quality service rather than focusing on maximizing the number of grooming appointments. Her dedication to the safe and humane treatment of animals, emphasizing the ‘gentle touch’ methodology and positive reinforcement, has proven to be successful. Through patience and kindness, she has been able to rehabilitate many dogs and cats with mental scars from abusive grooming experiences elsewhere. Each animal is unique and deserves to the very best of care. Her professional and personal life is centered on these principles.

Happy Grooming
3301 Lee Highway, Arlington; 703-528-7292 and 703-528-2689

Happy Grooming is a full-service pet spa conveniently located off of Lee Highway in the heart of Arlington, Virginia. They offer grooming services by appointment for all breeds of cats and dogs, and have a variety of pet supplies for sale. They are focused on providing high quality service and customer satisfaction for both pets, and their owners.

Happy Grooming is open Monday through Saturday from 9:00am to 4:30pm.

HG is operated by professional groomers and pet lovers with years of grooming experience.

Healthy Hound Playground
45910 Transamerica Plaza, Suite 109, Sterling; 703-464-0056

Healthy Hound Playground was conceived by Brandon Power in the summer of 2012. After spending 18 years in the management consulting industry, he decided it was time for a big change. Brandon grew up with a passion for dogs and always had a keen interest in these special creatures and enjoyed training his own rescue dogs. It was time to turn his passion into his career.

Brandon wanted to build a facility where he and his wife, Shayda, would feel comfortable leaving their own dogs. It was their belief that dogs are entitled to some core services, whether socializing in day care or boarding overnight.

After investigating the pet boarding service industry in their area, he felt he could offer the market something new and innovative by combining some key features that were not currently being provided in tandem, along with a high level of creature comfort and a superior customer experience. Such features included regular outdoor potty breaks along with 12 hours of continuous cage-free dog day care, spacious kennels, and 24/7 onsite attendants. His goal was to provide these services and keep the cost to customers at a competitive price point.

Kaiser Pet Care
Intersection of Prince William Parkway and Davis Ford Road, Woodbridge; 571-494-7279

They offer natural grooming based on their values: Dogs are sensitive intuitive beings that require respect and attention, and here, they treat dogs as part of their family. Every dog is special in their own unique way. Groomed delicately and patiently utilizing the best organic products your animal is cared for at all times with undivided attention, and they Never. Use. Crates!

Olde Towne Pet Resort
Multiple locations, See Day Care and Boarding for addresses; 888-475-3580

A family owned business for over a decade, Olde Towne Pet Resort knows that every pet in their care is more than just a client, they are family to those who love them, and part of their family too.

The Pet Spa at Barkley Square
105 N. Virginia Ave., Suite 101, Falls Church; 703-237-3650

Barkley Square has a long tradition of providing pet owners in the Washington, DC metropolitan region with in-home professional pet sitting and professional pet grooming at their Falls Church, VA facility.  Kristina Robertson founded Barkley Square in 1991 under its original name, Karing by Kristina. Over the years, she has built the business and expanded into professional pet grooming with a focus on the pet's well-being and client satisfaction. ​

The Polished Pooch Grooming Salon
6601 Jefferson St., Haymarket; 703-753-2400

The Polished Pooch Grooming Salon is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction. They work hard to meet your expectations and offer dog and cat grooming.

At The Polished Pooch, their mission statement is: “Our goal is to provide a stress free at-home grooming experience. Your pet's appointment is hands on and prompt.”

Their only interest is a comfortable pet and satisfied owner.

Vienna Pet Spaw
101 Church St. NW, Suite A, Vienna; 703-319-7729

From head to tail…

Grooming is essential to your dog's overall health and well-being. They strive to be a one-stop-shop for all your grooming needs. Whether you want to wash your dog yourself, or have them do the dirty work, they have everything you need in-house. If your pup requires full-service grooming, they specialize in all breed cuts. All fully vaccinated dogs are welcome.

Woofie’s
44200 Waxpool Road, Suite 137, Ashburn; 571-426-6503

Woofie’s staff are lifelong pet owners and animal lovers, and for years, they were constantly being called upon by friends, coworkers, and family to pet-sit while they were out of town. They love getting to know new furry friends, but realize that the reliable, personalized, professional pet care services that their friends and neighbors needed simply didn’t exist in our community.

They opened the first Woofie’s location in September of 2004 in Ashburn, Virginia. Word about their services spread like wildfire. Soon, they were busy seven days a week and had built a team of trustworthy pet care professionals to meet their customers’ demands.

In 2011, at the request of many of their regulars, they expanded their services to include boutique mobile grooming. They started with one mobile pet spa van, and today, have a fleet of seven vans running seven days a week that are all staffed by fantastic professional groomers.

In 2015 they moved into their corporate office and added a training center where pet owners and pet care professionals can learn pet CPR, first aid, and more. In 2018, Woofie’s LLC was incorporated to build their franchise offering and make their services available to more and more communities.

Mobile Pet Services

Companion Paws Mobile Vet Services
4090 Waterfowl Lane, Amissville; 571-261-4116

With over sixteen years of experience in the field of veterinary medicine, Dr. Foster co-founded Companion Paws Mobile Veterinary Service, Inc. After she graduated from Virginia Tech, Magna Cum Laude, in 1984, she completed her veterinary medical degree at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. Dr. Foster has been in general practice in the Northern Virginia area since 1989. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the D.C. Academy of Continuing Education. Dr. Foster wanted to create a new practice that would fill a growing need for convenience and quality care without sacrificing the ideal of the "personal country veterinarian".



Dog Sharp Mobile Pet Grooming
8320 Hilltop Ave., Vienna; 703-945-6767

Your dog doesn't have to hear the sounds of other pets barking or meowing, multiple high velocity blow dryers, clippers, vacuum cleaners, phones ringing, or the sounds of doors slamming. No contact with other pets, No Fleas, Parasites or any Disease being passed on to your dog. THAT’S what you get with Dog Sharp Mobile Pet Grooming.

Katie’s Mobile Pet Spaw
Multiple locations serviced; 571-758-3174

Owner, Katie has over 12 YEARS of experience grooming dogs and is very passionate about providing your pet with a relaxing, personalized groom.

She started out in a big corporation grooming salon, but quickly realized a small shop setting was more what she wanted. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of a big company allowed her to be more focused on grooming and the individual needs of each dog. She found a job in a salon with only 3 other groomers and was able to train on the job and learn the ins and outs of the grooming profession.

After more than 12 YEARS in the profession, she now has now started her own mobile grooming company. KATIE’S MOBILE PET SPAW is the perfect opportunity for her to be able to cater to each individual pet’s needs. It brings a quiet, peaceful environment without the extra noise and commotion of a grooming salon.

She is very excited to meet each and every new pet, and looks forward to the opportunity to form a new bond with your dogs, all while making them look beautiful!

Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice
3136 Singleton Circle, Fairfax; 703-870-5489

Lap of Love is a network of veterinarians around the country whose goal is to empower every owner to care for their geriatric pets. Their philosophy centers around the human-animal bond and the need for that bond to be as undisturbed as possible during this most difficult time. The desire to bring this important service to families across the United States is slowly being realized as additional veterinarians begin working under the same philosophy. Lap of Love is honored to have some of the most compassionate and empathetic vets working with them. 

Dani McVety, DVM and Mary Gardner, DVM are the founders of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, the largest network of veterinarians dedicated solely to end of life veterinary care. As one of the first services of its kind, Lap of Love has quickly grown since 2009 from one veterinarian in Tampa, Florida to over 90 veterinarians around the United States.

Drs. McVety and Gardner frequently write and speak for professional and lay audiences on end of life veterinary topics in hopes of empowering both parties to seek the highest standards of care. They have been featured on numerous local, national, and professional media outlets including ABC, Fox 13, University of Florida Alumni Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, DVM Newsmagazine, and many more. Both Drs. McVety and Gardner proudly graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine where they were awarded the Alumni Achievement Award.

NOVA Mobile Vet
8352-H Terminal Road, Lorton; 866-946-7387

NoVa Mobile Vet is the premier provider of state-of-the-art home veterinary care in Virginia. They offer a full range of veterinary services emphasizing customer convenience without the need to sacrifice quality pet care.

Once an appointment is scheduled, their mobile animal hospital will show up at your desired location in Northern Virginia. Thanks to their diagnostic equipment and range of veterinary services delivered by the NoVa Mobile Vet team (featuring a veterinarian and veterinary assistant), your pet will receive the attention, compassion and knowledgeable insight he or she deserves.

VIP Pet Elite
110 S. West St., Alexandria; 703-586-5976

At VIP Pet Elite, they strive to provide high-quality dog grooming and doggie spa services. They offer luxurious and convenient mobile grooming at your home. Their state-of-the-art mobile pet grooming van is custom designed to make your pet’s grooming experience as enjoyable as possible. Thier van has everything they need, including water, AC, heat, and grooming equipment. Your pet’s health and safety is very important to them. That’s why they use only all natural and eco-friendly shampoos and conditioners to eliminate any possibility for skin irritation. VIP Pet makes it easier and much more convenient for you to take care of your pet’s needs. There’s no need to disrupt your busy schedule. Just make an appointment and they will come to you at your convenience to pamper your pet in their custom-made pet grooming salon on wheels! In addition to regular pet grooming, they offer a variety of pet spa services. Visit their Spa page for more information, packages and daily specials. 

Pet-Friendly Drinking & Dining

Breaux Vineyards
36888 Breaux Vineyards Lane, Purcellville; 540-668-6299

Barrel Oak Winery
3623 Grove Lane, Delaplane; 540-364-6402

Copperwood Tavern
20465 Exchange St., Ashburn; 703-724-4006
4021 Campbell Ave., Arlington; 703-552-8010

Dirt Farm Brewery
18701 Foggy Bottom Road, Bluemont; 540-554-2337

The Farm Brewery at Broad Run
16015 John Marshall Highway, Broad Run; 703-753-3548

Lost Dog Café
808 N. Henry St., Alexandria; 571-970-6511
2729A Merrilee Drive, Fairfax; 703-205-9001
1690 Anderson Road, Suite A, McLean; 703-356-5678
5876 Washington Blvd., Arlington; 703-237-1552
2920 Columbia Pike, Arlington; 703-553-7770

Maggie Malick’s Wine Cave
12138 Harpers Ferry Road, Purcellville; 540-905-2921

Powers Farm & Brewery
9269 Redemption Way, Midland; 540-272-5060

Quattro Goombas Winery
22860 James Monroe Highway, Aldie; 703-327-6052

2 Silos Brewing Company
9925 Discovery Blvd., Manassas; 703-420-2264

Stone Tower Winery
19925 Hogback Mountain Road, Leesburg; 703-777-2797

Three Fox Vineyards
10100 Three Fox Lane, Delaplane; 540-364-6073

Vanish Farmwoods Brewery
42245 Black Hops Lane, Leesburg; 703-779-7407

Virtue Feed and Grain
106 S. Union St., Alexandria; 571-970-3669

Vola’s Dockside Grill
101 N. Union St., Alexandria; 703-935-8890

Whitlow’s on Wilson
2854 Wilson Blvd., Arlington; 703-276-9693

Pet Memorializing

In Memoriam Pet Services
4500 Upper Cub Run Drive, Chantilly; 703-537-7373

Rainbow Bridge Pet Services
39710 Rocky Lane, Lovettsville; 703-973-5088

Sunset Pet Services Inc.
5521 Vine St., Alexandria; 703-971-4120

The Pet Loss Center Chantilly
13929 Willard Road, Chantilly; 571-299-4791




Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers

All Friends Pet Care
Multiple locations serviced; 703-716-7387

Becky’s Pet Care Inc.
433-B Carlisle Drive, Herndon; 703-822-0933
7200 Fullerton Road, Suite B-200, Springfield; 703-822-0933
13478 Minnieville Road, Suite 203, Woodbridge; 703-822-0933

Doodlebug Dog Walker
Services available in Prince William and parts of Fairfax County; 571-969-5717

The Happy Paws Pet Nanny
Multiple locations serviced; 571-292-1766

KSR Pet Care
McLean; 703-945-5045

Make My Day Please, LLC
Multiple locations serviced; 703-624-3583

Meg’s Loving Pet Care
12997 Kyle Moor Place, Bristow; 703-338-3446

Passionately Pets
1 E. Bellafonte Ave., Alexandria; 571-438-2323

Paw Pals Pet Sitting
14001-C Saint Germain Drive, Suite 213, Centreville; 703-345-1695

Presidential Pet Care
Lorton; 571-730-7730

Villaridge Pet Sitters
11654 Plaza America Drive, Reston; 703-732-8242

Walking the Dogs, LLC
7481 Huntsman Blvd., Suite 210, Springfield; 703-473-9768

Woofie’s
44200 Waxpool Road, Suite 137, Ashburn; 571-426-6503

Your Dog Smiles Pet Services
44121 Harry Byrd Highway, Suite 240-F, Ashburn; 703-962-7222

Pet Supply Stores

DogGone Natural
44031 Ashburn Village Shopping Plaza, Suite 287, Ashburn; 703-858-1112
21 Catoctin Circle NE, Leesburg; 571-291-3970

Dogma Gourmet Dog Bakery & Bakery Boutique
Multiple locations, See Groomer category for addresses and phone numbers

Felix & Oscar
6671-A Backlick Road, Springfield; 703-866-0222

Happy Hound
19352 Promenade Drive, Leesburg; 571-333-2171

Loyal Companion
3903-F Fair Ridge Drive, Fairfax; 703-830-5454

Nature’s Nibbles
2601 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria; 703-931-5241

Old Town School for Dogs
529 Oronoco St., Alexandria; 703-836-7643

The Dog Park
705 King St., Alexandria; 703-888-2818

Weber’s Pet Supermarket
11021 Lee Highway, Fairfax; 703-385-3766
2599 John Milton Drive, Herndon; 703-476-3536
14508-G Lee Road, Chantilly; 703-631-2738

Your Dog’s Best Friend – Weber’s Pet Supermarket
1323 Chain Bridge Road, McLean; 703-356-7437

Shelters and Rescue Centers

Animal Welfare League of Alexandria
4101 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria; 703-746-4774

Animal Welfare League of Arlington
2650 S. Arlington Mill Drive, Arlington; 703-931-9241

Fairfax County Animal Shelter
4500 W. Ox Road, Fairfax; 703-830-1100

Fauquier SPCA
9350 Rogues Road, Midland; 540-788-9000

Friends of Homeless Animals
39710 Goodpuppy Lane, Aldie; 703-385-0224

Homeward Trails Adoption Center
11116 Fairfax Station Road, Fairfax; 703-249-5066

King Street Cats
25 S. Dove St., Alexandria; 703-231-7199

Lab Rescue LRCP
Annandale; 301-299-6756

Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation
Arlington; 703-295-3647

Loudoun County Animal Services
39820 Charles Town Pike, Waterford; 703-777-0406

Paws for Seniors
Bealton; 540-748-8177

Wolf Trap Animal Rescue
Merrifield; 703-638-2531

Training and Behavior

Fur-Get Me Not
4140 S. Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington; 703-933-1935

Wholistic Hound Academy
18 Roth St., Alexandria; 703-962-6335

Woofs! Dog Training Center
4160 S. Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington; 703-536-7877
4241-A N. Pershing Drive, Arlington; 703-526-0218

Off Leash K9 Training
2627 Hanco Center Drive, Woodbridge; 571-252-5536

Pawsome Pups Dog Training
14878 Cider Mill Road, Hillsboro; 540-668-9095

Sit Means Sit Dog Training
9823 Godwin Drive, Manassas; 703-342-6164

Holistic Pet Therapy

Pet Rehab
Treatment available in Fairfax, Great Falls and Springfield; 571-213-2624

Veterinary Holistic Center
7950 Woodruff Court, Suite 1, Springfield; 703-662-4494

Wholistic Paws Veterinary Services
20600 Gordon Park Square, Suite 170, Ashburn; 571-438-0339

Independent Hill Veterinary Clinic
13444 Dumfries Road, Manassas; 703-791-2083

Wholistic Hound Academy
18 Roth St., Alexandria; 703-962-6335




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