Welcome to the finest luxury pet spa for boarding, daycare, grooming and training in Utah! We have it all in one place. Our awards include:
-2020 Best of Southern Utah’s Gold for Pet Boarding & Daycare
-2020 Best of Southern Utah’s Silver for Grooming
-2019 Best of Southern Utah’s Silver for Pet Boarding & Daycare
-2019 Best of Southern Utah’s Silver for Grooming
We are also part of the 2020 Stay Safe Stay Open Pledge for Utah Business.
Pets (and their owners) love us! See what they’re saying
“I have been taking my Golden Retriever, Molly, to Dogtown for the last 10 months. Every time I drop her off, she is so excited to see her dog buddies and have fun playing and socializing. The facility is undergoing some wonderful upgrades. I’m always amazed by how clean everything is. While the physical facility is great, it’s the people that makes it so special. Every day she’s greeted by the staff with love and affection…it’s what she thrives on. She is so happy at Dogtown. It was a blessing for me to fine them.”Steve Harms
“Argo LOVES going to daycare. The people at Dogtown are friendly, knowledgeable, and very committed to keep the dogs safe, happy and engaged. The facility is spacious and clean. I am very happy that I found a place for Argo to socialize and have fun.”Donata T.
“I was having trouble with my dog lunging at other dogs while on walks and asked for help from Nellie. Nellie worked so well with Barley, and in just a couple of training sessions, he (and I) were fixed! I really appreciated the in-depth work Nellie did to find out the source of the issue, and then worked with Barley, but especially me, to help me realize what I was doing to contribute to the problem. I would go back to Nellie for any issue I was having. She is absolutely great with dogs – and humans!”Mary A.
“Nellie provided information and examples that gave us a lot of help with our dog. I am really grateful for the progress that our pup has made with Nellie’s help. She was always very reliable, on time, professional, and had lots of great ideas.”Joyce Sibbett