Our 2015 Sponsor Team
It’s one thing to have an idea, but without our sponsor’s financial support, the Scrub-A-Mutt event would not have been able move forward. Our sponsors support us with their checkbook AND their hearts, we can’t thank them enough! Many of our amazing sponsors come back year after year to support our cause. They are the reason we give 100% of our event day proceeds to Animal Rescue.
(360) 436-1853 • www.shopcitybones.com
CityBones is an all natural Dog Treat Barkery for your Best Friend. Their treats are homemade, wholesome and low in fat. They contain no wheat, corn, soy, fillers or preservatives. Just all natural, human grade ingredients you will feel good giving to your dog.
COIT Cleaning and Restoration of Seattle
(425) 481-9505 • www.coit.com/seattle-carpet-cleaning
Dog Day Afternoon Grooming
(425) 377-1304 • www.dogdayafternoongrooming.com
Dog Day Afternoon is a full service grooming and bathing facility with certified, professional groomers and bathers onsite. They specilize in all breed and cat grooming. Owners Carolyn and Kayla (a mother daughter duo) have worked in the pet industry for over 10 years. Dog Day Afternoon also offers convenient Self Wash stations where you can brush, bathe, and dry your pets – leaving the mess behind. They now have a second location in Everett.
Googenhymers • Pet Grooming and More
(360) 658-8913 • www.googenhymers.com
Googenhymers is a family owned dog grooming facility where your pet is treated like part of that family. They offer full service grooming with one-on-one attention. Googenhymers does not use cage dryers and avoids using a cage confinement system unless completely necessary. Your pet’s grooming experience is their primary concern.
Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic
(425) 672-4343 • www.helpinghandsvet.com
Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic is a full service AAHA Accredited veterinary hospital providing a blend of traditional and complimentary medicine. They believe that quality medicine can be affordable and provide all aspects of basic medical and surgical care for dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs & rats. Helping Hands also offers professional grooming, small dog boarding and cat boarding.
K9 Korral • Dog & Cat Boarding
(360) 653-1322 • www.k9korral.com
At K9 Korral, your dog (or cat) will be treated like a member of the family. With our newer facilities, a “guest” at K9 Korral is treated to comfortable and secure accommodations. They are proud that staff from local veterinary office bring their pets to K9 Korral. They offer competitive rates with no hidden fees – medication and specialty diet needs are handled for no additional cost. Of course your pet is encouraged to bring their favorite toy or bed!
Kristi Crabtree • Motivational Dog Training
(425) 367-3972 • www.kristicrabtree.weebly.com
Kristi Crabtree; owner of Kristi E. Crabtree; provides motivational training classes for all breeds and sizes of dogs. Kristi is a professional dog trainer as well as a previous member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. She has also trained and worked with certified therapy dogs who make regular nursing home visits.
Kristi’s Kritter Kare
(425) 359-7982 • www.facebook.com/KristisKritterKare
Kristi’s Kritter Kare is a licensed and insured facility. They offer tours of their boarding facility to make sure you are comfortable and all questions are answered in advance to customer’s satisfaction. Your family member will be a part of the Kritter Kare family and will be treated with the utmost love and attention.
Julz Animal Houz
(360) 631-5750 • www.julzanimalhouz.com
Julz Animal Houz is a culmination of ideas and research that started nearly twenty years ago when Julie obtained a pug puppy, Betty, from what turned out to be a puppy mill. With numerous health issues and allergies Julie set out to create the best possible diet imaginable. After much research Julie settled in on a raw feeding program, known at the time as the “BARF” diet, (bones and raw food). Julie currently has five dogs, four of whom are “rescue” dogs, she is currently still feeding a raw diet. Her pets will often be found helping out at the store.
Keep the Tail Wagging
Kimberly is the Fur Mom behind Keep the Tail Wagging, She shares dog care tips while raising four rescue dogs in the Pacific Northwest – alongside an amazing boyfriend and two tolerant cats. Keep the Tail Wagging’s blog chats about dog behavior and training, nutrition and diet, health, safety, and cool pet products. Most recently, Kimberly is on a Raw Food quest – and sharing her discoveries along the way.
Lake Stevens Animal Hospital
(425) 377-8620 • www.lakestevensanimalhospital.com
Lake Stevens Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility with a professional and courteous staff. Dr. Renee Gray has been providing the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for her highly-valued patients since 2002. By combining the best qualities from practices where she worked, as well as ideas from her wonderful staff, Dr. Renee aspires to be the highest quality animal care provider in the community.
Lake Stevens K9 Academy
(425) 772-0768 • www.lkstevensk9academy.com
Kim Dailey is the trainer and owner of Lake Stevens K9 Academy. Her mission is to be a helpful trainer to better the dogs and owners in our community. Kim creates a positive atmosphere while dogs are out in public so they are welcomed by all. Including pet sitting, K9 Academy offers a variety of training – puppies, advanced obedience and AKC good citizen testing.
Paws Gourmet • Gourmet Treats
(360) 653-5100 • www.pawsgourmet.com
Two words… Yum Yum! Walk into the Paws Gourmet bakery and you’d think you were in grandma’s kitchen. That’s because they use superior human-grade food ingredients with no preservatives, cornmeal or fillers in their baked goods. The grains used are grown domestically and most of their cookies are wheat free. Paws Gourmet also sells Soft Training Treats, a wonderful solution for training.
Pet Pros was founded in 1986 in Seattle, Washington. Since then, Pet Pros has grown to 21 stores serving the Northwest with locations ranging from Lake Stevens to Tacoma, and recently opening stores in Oregon.They were founded on the notion that pet owners should have access to top quality pet food and supplies, in convenient neighborhood locations. Pet Pros’ strength lies not in the ability to serve the masses, but to serve individuals in a neighborhood setting with a high level of customer service.
Pick Of The Litter Design • Graphic Design Services
(360) 659-9626 • www.yellowpaws.com
Jennifer Ward, owner and graphic designer, attended Washington State University to study Vet Medicine, but artistic interests changed the direction of her life. Instead of a DVM, she graduated with a degree in Advertising and Graphic Design. Pick Of The Litter is a full service design firm for businesses large and small – they do it all… logo and stationery design; print design such as flyers, brochures, posters, magazines and newspaper ads, postcards, and more.
Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital
(360) 568-3113 • www.pilchuckvet.com
Pilchuck Veterinary hospital has been serving Snohomish County since 1963, and is now one of the largest multi-species veterinary practices in the U.S. With and extensive staff, they provide 24-hour emergency and critical care for large and small animals, offering many resources to the surrounding veterinary community. Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital also has a fully staffed Integrative Medicine and Rehabilitation Center devoted to providing traditional and non traditional treatments.
Wag-A-Muffins • Pet Care Service
(360) 345-3876 • www.facebook.com/WagAMuffins
Serving Marysville and North Lake Stevens for 14 years, Wag-A-Muffins is a licensed and insured pet care service. Their goal is to provide your pet with the highest level of pet care in the comfort and safety of his or her own home. Elizabeth, the “wag” behind Wag-A-Muffins becomes the favorite “auntie” to all her charges. Whether you need her for several visits a day while on vacation, or just an afternoon walk during the work week, Wag-A-Muffins is dependable.