A new grooming, doggie day camp and obedience school opened last month in the North Central community.
ServePets is a multi-service pet facility located at 2605 W. Northern Ave. There you can wash your dog yourself, take advantage of grooming services, drop your dog off for a day of play at doggie day camp, and more.
ServePets is the creation of Dr. Gabor Vajda who, with his family, has been a North Central resident since 1962. He was a well-respected veterinarian during his 50-plus years of practice in the Valley. He is now retired, but cannot divorce himself from his love and passion: animals. This passion is what led him to start ServePets.
“ServePets is a reflection of our lifelong love of and commitment to our pet companions,” Vajda explains. “We will treat our guests as if they were our very own.”
The day “play camp” allows for a maximum of 20-25 pets in an open and airy space where pets can interact and socialize. In addition, staff will supervise the dog area at all times and a variety of toys will be available for the dogs to play with.
As an added feature, if you don’t have time to get to ServePets yourself, for a fee you can have your pet picked up and later dropped off after their day of pampering and play is complete.
Obedience training classes will be offered by internationally renowned trainer Christine Filler (www.obedientbuddies.com).
A grand opening event is set for Saturday, Oct. 3, featuring several pricing specials and giveaways. You can also pick up information about obedience training and grab a treat from pet bakery.
Hours are 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays. For more information, visit www.servepets.com or call 602-841-1700.