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|Mobile grooming:||No||Self service dog wash:||Yes|
|Holistic/natural products available:||Yes||Flea and tick dips:||Yes|
|Teeth brushing:||Yes||Hand scissoring:||Yes|
|Nail clipping:||Yes||Anal glands:||Yes|
|Ear cleaning:||Yes||Hot oil treatment:||No|
|Dog supplies:||Yes||Cat supplies:||Yes|
|Fish supplies:||Yes||Critter supplies:||Yes|
|Raw food:||Yes||Organic food:||Yes|
|Holistic foods & treatments:||Yes||Fashion & accessories:||Yes|
|Self-service pet wash:||Yes||Low-cost vaccinations:||No|
|Training classes:||No||PetID tags:||Yes|
“Gourmet bakery treats, high quality dog foods, toys, accessories, and pet boutique items. Amazing pet supply store -- for dogs, cats, birds, wild birds, small animals, fish and aquarium supplies. Plus grooming and self-serve dog wash.”
Even better in its new location!
We have been fans of Chateau-Animaux/Doolittle's since it was at 7th and North Carolina SE. Now, in its new location on Barracks Row, it's bigger and better than ever. We especially love their delivery service. This is a great store with lots of variety. They also have lots of breed-specific gifts for 2-leggers. Our personal favorite is the great selection of Hanukkah gifts!
Kayla Loves Chateau-Animaux
Chateau-Animaux is a great pet store, and groomer. Kayla loves to go in and pick out her snacks or toys. The service is always fantastic with friendly people. They also have an area you can self bath your dog, just bring your shampoo. The breeders go a great job as well.
We live less than two blocks from Chateau Animaux, and there is an excellent reason for that. Plush and posh in every way, with the world's most helpful staff; and reasonably priced to boot. They (particularly JAY, the wonderful manager) have seen us through everything from being brought home from the shelter, toilet-training, accidental chocolate ingestion, and being outfitted for snow; in addition to weekly visits for food and treats. My only wish would be for them to open another store for humans.posted: April 23rd, 2007