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Wash your dog in a safe and relaxed environment

Petbarn DIY Dog Wash units are a safe and secure, environmentally friendly way to wash your dog using non-toxic grooming products.

The benefits of dog grooming reach beyond just making them look nice and smell better. A dirty, matted, greasy coat can not only affect the way your dog looks but also their wellbeing.

Benefits of a DIY Dog Wash

  • No appointment needed
  • Easy to operate modern facility
  • Safe and secure bath for your pet
  • Fully self-contained unit
  • Non-toxic grooming products
  • Conveniently located at Petbarn stores
  • No mess at home
  • Earn Friends for Life points when you purchase tokens
  • From only $10

The Diy dog wash process

It’s simple to use a Do It Yourself dog wash unit and best of all you don’t need to make an appointment. Just 3 easy steps to washing your dog in a safe and secure space with no mess and no fuss.

  • 1
    Purchase tokens from the sales counter or alternatively have the correct notes and coins. (No change given for notes)
  • 2
    Please read operating instructions before selecting your wash options. Additional notes, coins or tokens can be inserted for extended time.
  • 3
    Place your pet in the bath unit. Shampoo, condition and dry your loved one, treating your dog to a shiny healthy coat and a happy experience.


Our modern and safe do it yourself dog wash units are fully contained and environmentally friendly. Conveniently located at selected Petbarn stores, simply bring you dog in to experience a no fuss bath.

  • Fully self-contained, coin or token operated dog wash

  • Dog wash feature
  • Low water consumption

  • Full range of safe and environmentally friendly products

  • Easy to operate modern and secure facility

  • Turbo dryer function

  • Dog wash feature 2
  • Fur free non-slip floor

Find your nearest DIY Dog Wash

No appointment needed. Simply find your nearest Petbarn DIY Dog wash and take your dog in for a no mess, no fuss bath.

Find your nearest DIY Dog Wash


Learn more about how to care for your pet through PetSpot articles. PetSpot answers the most common questions for pet owners with trusted information and professional advice.


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How often should I wash my dog?

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How can I reduce my pet's shedding?

Our canine companions get rid of old or damaged hair by shedding; it’s a normal process, but the amount and frequency of hair shed can vary according to the dog's breed and health, as well as the season.


Should you cut your dog's nails?

Few dog owners enjoy trimming their pet's nails. So is it okay to skip the clip?


How do I clean the tear stains around my dog's eyes?

Tear stains are a common concern for some pet owners, but there are some easy solutions for getting on top of these unsightly marks on your pet’s fur.


Petbarn aims to make your experience of owning a pet wonderful and easy. We have a range of professional pet services and advice located in and around our stores for your convenience.

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