Halloween Costumes, Treats and Safety Tips for Your Pup

Halloween is just around the corner! As you’re planning costumes for you and the kids, don’t leave your four-legged family members out. There’s plenty of fun you can have with your pup this Halloween.

Here’s everything you need to know to make this Halloween extra special with your dog, from costumes to dog treats, we’ve covered it all.

DIY Halloween Costumes for Dogs

Get your dog in on the fun with these DIY dog costume ideas (don’t worry, we’ve linked to the tutorials so you can make one of these super cute, super simple costumes for your dog).

No-sew dog monster costumeNo-sew dog monster costume

No-Sew Ewok dog costumNo-Sew Ewok dog costume

Pupcake costumePupcake costume

Lighting bug dog costumeLighting bug dog costume

Dino dog costumeDino dog costume

Doggy fairy costumeDoggy fairy costume

All business dog costumeAll business dog costume

Latte dog costumeLatte dog costume

Pup candy costume
Pup candy costume

Homemade Halloween Treats for Dogs

Every pup loves a good treat, but not every Halloween treat is good for your dog. Candies and confectioneries can cause serious health problems for dogs, so while you indulge this Halloween, be sure to keep the human treats out of reach of your pup.

Check out these canine-friendly Halloween treats you can make at home.

Skeleton bone treats — These simple, five-ingredient treats are both delicious and safe for your four-legged friend. Get the instructions here.

Peanut butter treats — Peanut butter is every dog’s favorite flavor. Get out your Halloween cookie cutters and roll out some dog-friendly peanut butter treats this Halloween with this recipe.

Pup-friendly candy corn — Your dog will love these all natural candy corn treats made with pureed pumpkin. Get the recipe here.

Pumpkin and cheese mummies — You can’t go wrong with this recipe for pumpkin and cheese mummy treats.

Halloween Safety Tips for Dogs

Not only is candy unhealthy for dogs, but there are some human foods and treats that, in large quantities, can be deadly for dogs. These common holiday treats are some of the most toxic foods for your pets.

Chocolate — This tops the list as one of the most well-known foods that is dangerous for dogs, but this time of year, it’s good to have a little reminder. Chocolate can cause vomiting, diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, tremors and even seizures in dogs. And dark chocolate is the most toxic. There is no amount of chocolate that is safe for a pet to consume.

Nuts — Did you know that even nuts are not healthy for your dogs? The high fat content in nuts can cause an upset stomach and even pancreatitis. Macadamia nuts are the most toxic nut for dogs and can cause weakness, vomiting, tremors and joint pain.

Hard candy — The size, shape and slipperiness of hard candy makes it a choking hazard for pets.

Sugar-free candy — Sugar isn’t great for your pets, but the artificial sweetener xylitol, which is commonly found in sugar-free treats, can be especially dangerous for dogs. Xylitol is known to cause a rapid, severe drop in blood sugar, triggering seizures and even causing liver damage or death. If you suspect your pet has consumed any xylitol, head to the nearest animal hospital.

Mini bags of pretzels and chips — While pretzels and chips themselves may not be dangerous, the plastic bags and wrappers used for these treats can pose a hazard to your dog. If swallowed, they can irritate the digestive tract and obstruct the intestines.

Don’t leave your pet out of the fun this Halloween, but be sure to take extra precautions to be sure your dog stays safe and healthy. And from all of us at Evolution Dog Wash, Happy Halloween!

Evolution Dog Wash Welcomes New Production Manager

We are thrilled to introduce Troy Bell as our new Production Manager. Troy joins our team as an Industrial Engineer with more than 20 years of experience in process engineering. In his role at Evolution Dog Wash, he will work to improve company performance, reengineer processes, and continue to enhance product design with an emphasis on quality and safety.

Troy’s past experience as the Director of Operations at Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, Inc provides a smooth transition for him at Evolution Dog Wash working with similar systems (electronics and plumbing) and high-quality materials including stainless steel. His expertise in manufacturing, quality assurance, distribution, materials and purchasing will allow him to oversee operations and streamline the buildout process.

Troy was born and raised in the small town of Hays, Kansas. He moved to his family’s farm when he was 12, where he farmed and ranched for 15 years, including during college. At the age of 12, Troy also began bull riding and competed in high school, college, state level and professional level rodeo until he was 25.

Today in his free time, Troy enjoys riding his Harley Davidson, camping, hiking, hunting and fishing, working in the yard and gardening, as well as playing with his grandchildren.

Evolution Dog Wash is excited to have Troy “taking the bull by the horns” in our local Colorado facility leading our production team and setting up Evolution Dog Wash for success. Please join us in welcoming Troy to our Evolution Dog Wash team.

Celebrating 500 Dog Wash Machines Shipped!

At Evolution Dog Wash, we’re passionate about creating the highest quality dog wash machines that allow dog lovers everywhere to keep their four-legged family members healthy and happy. Since 2013, we’ve dedicated ourselves to top notch service and the attention to detail required to produce the very best in safety and comfort for pet owners and their loyal companions.

After seven years in the business, we’re celebrating a huge milestone achievement — our 500th dog wash machine sold in North America!

Inspired by the sleek, modern look of BMW’s M models, our new design patented DW2 model boasts an attractive and distinct look and feel that rises to the occasion as the centerpiece of any dog wash room or pet area. Whether in a multifamily apartment building, car wash or pet store, property owners are proud to display our beautifully designed dog wash in high traffic locations to attract tenants and customers. And dog owners trust that they are able to bathe their dogs in an environment that is soothing and comfortable for their beloved pet.

Here are some of the trusted features Evolution Dog Wash users have come to love from the leading manufacturer of dog washes in the country:

  • Easy-to-load basin with large door to accommodate dogs of all sizes
  • Secure door latches and pet restraints to keep dogs safely in place
  • Durable, anti-slip floor
  • Shatterproof plexiglass for safety of dogs and their owners
  • Safe and comfortable water temperature for dogs
  • Two-stage, temperature-controlled grooming grade dryer
  • Sealed stainless steel construction to reduce mold and mildew
  • Sanitize mode on all washes to ensure the cleanest environment for pets

Evolution Dog Wash machines are built to wash hundreds of dogs each month. We work hard to ensure our customers are always satisfied, and we are proud of our record. As part of our customer service, we help you through the entire process from set up to installation and beyond with our onsite warranty repair. In seven years and over 500 Evolution Dog Washes shipped we have only had two onsite warranty repairs. Our machines are designed to last and our service and maintenance videos make them easy to maintain even for a first timer.

Kim Taylor, owner of dog wash “Paw Wash Life”, and Hewitt Self-Serve Car Wash installed two Evolution Dog Washes and says the main reason she decided to purchase from Evolution Dog Wash was the high level of customer service. “Before making a large investment like this we wanted to do a lot of research and we had a lot of questions. We feel that customer service is an essential part of any business and it was a big factor in our decision to purchase from Evolution Dog Wash.”

Pet Wash Life, Hewitt, TX

Pet Wash Life, Hewitt, TX

Our quality, durability and demonstrated customer service and field reliability is unmatched. Our latest design maintains the best of our machine’s internal working components with an updated, modernized look with crisp, clean lines.

To learn more about how you can get an Evolution Dog Wash for your property, contact us today.

Budgeting and Planning for Your Evolution Dog Wash

A new budget season is upon us and now is the time to get Evolution Dog Wash into your capital spending budget for the 2021 year. Evolution Dog Wash starts at $14,500 and each machine comes with a complete, two-year warranty. We offer a number of customization options, including personalization with your company’s logo.

As you prepare your 2021 budget to include Evolution Dog Wash, it’s also time to consider the facility preparations that are needed before your dog wash can be installed. Here’s what you need to know.

Planning the Space for your Dog Wash

Evolution Dog Wash is much more than a bathtub for dogs. Our customized, low maintenance machines are made of aircraft grade stainless steel with a triple filtration drain system to protect your facility’s plumbing. This means only having to clean the dog wash tub once a day, compared to other standard tubs which usually clog up after a few washes. Each of our models includes a commercial grooming dryer and product selection for shampoo, conditioner and disinfectant.

Our dog wash dimensions are 79.5-inches wide, 74.6-inches high and 27.7-inches deep.

We recommend at minimum a 100-square foot (10’x10’) space, if possible, for your dog wash. But, the bigger, the better! Keep in mind that this is a luxury amenity you are adding for your dog-loving residents. A larger spa room or outdoor space provides ample room for dogs to exercise and socialize. Many properties have events for the residents around the dog wash to enhance community connections. Yappy Hour has become a favorite as well as adoption events and inviting the local police to wash their K-9 pets.

If you are planning an indoor spa room, we suggest a first-floor space (so tenants won’t be walking muddy dogs upstairs or through common areas, soiling walls and flooring) and near a bathroom or laundry facility for easy access to plumbing to keep installation costs down. Some properties choose to install the doggie spa in the parking garage for convenience when tenants come back from outings with their dog. If your dog wash will be set up outdoors, consider placing it near a clubhouse or in your property dog park, provided there is existing plumbing, such as a dog water fountain.

Although our dog wash can be outdoors in warmer climates, it is made of stainless steel, which can get very hot if not shielded by a shade structure, awning or other covering. An outdoor covered space, or indoor climate-controlled space is ideal for comfort of both the dog and its owner.

Preparing Utilities for Evolution Dog Wash

Evolution Dog Wash can be installed by any qualified plumber and electrician, provided the necessary utilities are in place. Our machine requires:

  • Cold and hot water supply connection (hot water is optional; we offer an internal water heater if needed)
  • ¾-inch incoming water line
  • 2-inch waste drain connection
  • Dedicated 120V 30 Amp hard-wired connection (optional internal water heater requires additional 120V 20 Amp circuit)

Purchasing an Evolution Dog Wash

If you are ready to purchase Evolution Dog Wash for your multi-family property, the first step is to contact our sales team at 888-303-0553. Let our team member know your budget and how many units you are considering. According to a Gallup poll, 44 percent of Americans own a dog, so larger apartment communities may want to consider multiple dog wash units.

Once your model has been selected and 50 percent deposit paid, we will begin the build of your unit. Most orders take eight to 10 weeks to complete. Once finished, the unit will be created and shipped to your location for installation.

Remember, a self-serve dog wash is one of the most commonly sought-after amenities for renters. Including an Evolution Dog Wash in your community plans will make dog owners, and their pets, loyal residents for years to come. For more information on our models, pricing or specs, visit our website. Have questions? Give us a call at 888-303-0553.

Meet Parker, Evolution Dog Wash Intern

At the beginning of the summer, Evolution Dog Wash had the pleasure of hiring Parker Skiles as an intern. In the past three months he’s been with the company, Parker has learned to build dog washes from the ground up and assist on the business side with database management and marketing. Here’s his story.

Parker grew up in Golden, CO not far from the Evolution Dog Wash headquarters. As a family friend to Evolution Dog Wash owner, Matt Ogden, he knew Parker would be a great addition to his team for Parker’s hard work, dedication and drive for excellence.

Over the summer Parker learned how to assemble and build Evolution Dog Wash machines to custom specs and make variations per customer’s requests. “At first, I was intimidated to build something so high tech and substantial, I didn’t want to let anyone down. But I quickly learned step-by-step and with the support of the build-out team and high-tech experts, I could actually put together a high-grade, stainless steel dog wash that would pass all our final inspection tests before being shipped out perfectly to the field. It was a pretty rewarding experience,” says Parker.

In addition to building dog washes, Parker was also able to assist on the business and marketing side, gathering research and data to help build and grow the company. He will soon be reaching out to all our Evolution Dog Wash customers to collect photos of our dog washes in the field being used and enjoyed by dogs all across the country. If you are a customer and have a photo to submit and share with others, please send it to Parker at customersupport@evolutiondogwash.com.

Parker is currently a senior at the University of San Diego, studying business and finance. After college, Parker hopes to pursue a career in corporate finance. In his free time Parker likes to play golf, travel and spend time with his family and friends. Parker has one dog, a pug named Einstein, who loves treats and going to his local Evolution Dog Wash.

COVID-19 pandemic revitalizes Americans’ focus on pets, quality time at home and outdoor getaways

While many companies and small businesses are suffering during the coronavirus pandemic, others are better suited to survival and even getting a boost from the hit. According to CNBC and data compiled by ad-tech company Taboola, home improvement and pet products, among others, have all seen a surge in interest while most of the economy falters. With a reported 50 percent increase in consumer interest in pet products, we expect to see a growing emergence of new pet-related businesses—from the basics of food, toys and grooming, to TV channels and shows geared toward pets and dogs.

Due to COVID-related stay-at-home orders issued across the nation, consumer mindset has changed. People are most focused on what’s in front of them—their family, home and pets. More Americans are spending time gardening, working on home improvement and taking on DIY projects. In the rental market, the demand for single family rentals has increased, and multi-family apartment buildings must consider new ways to stand out and improve amenities to retain residents long-term.

There has been an unprecedented surge in pet adoption with shelters and rescue organizations reporting increases in adoption and fostering. In late March, New Yorkers had already adopted 10 times more pets than usual. Similarly, Los Angeles has seen a 70 percent increase in adoptions from shelters. Now that they’re spending more time at home, pet owners are able to provide even better care for their pets, and the companionship pets provide plays an integral role in their owners’ lives, perhaps now more than ever. A recent study from Banfield Pet Hospital® reveals 84 percent of pet owners feel more attuned to their pet’s health, with 67 percent planning to make changes to how they care for their dog or cat. As pets play a more central role in our lives, companies should consider ways to support this pet-friendly demographic.

Summer vacation plans look different this year with a growing number of people avoiding hotels and airline travel. People are spending more time with their pets at parks, campgrounds and hiking local trails. Families are looking for accessible and affordable outdoor getaways. RV and camper rentals have increased with astounding numbers as a way to travel, social distance and enjoy the great outdoors. An article in Car and Driver reports, “rental company RVShare, was claiming a 650 percent increase in rental traffic since early April.” And it doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon.

The market is ripe to attract pet-friendly guests. Companies should consider ways to make their businesses more pet-friendly and attract dog owners. The Evolution Self-Serve Dog Wash is a great amenity for not only “pet focused” businesses such as groomers, veterinary clinics, pet stores, dog-parks and dog-beaches, but also multi-family apartment buildings, car washes, RV parks and campgrounds. Offering pet-friendly amenities is a great way to differentiate yourself from the competition.

“Dog owners love their dogs and will go out of their way to seek out dog-friendly locations to ensure the best experience for them and their dogs,” says Matt Ogden, owner of Evolution Dog Wash. “We’ve seen an increase in calls lately with people looking to incorporate an Evolution Dog Wash into an existing RV Park or as they build out a new location.” Catering to dog-lovers makes them more loyal customers and gives them a reason to visit again and again.

The Evolution Dog Wash is not only a great way to attract people with pets but it’s a great way to generate more revenue for your business. The investment not only pays for itself, it continues generating profit for years to come. Whether you’re building a new destination or improving an existing location consider adding a pet-friendly amenity with perks for you and your guests.

8 Outdoor Activities to Do with Your Dog

Dogs, like humans, need outdoor activity to thrive. Spending time outside with your dog each day is essential for your pup’s health and happiness, and there are some definite perks in it for you, too!

Here are just a few of the benefits dogs and humans get out of spending daily time outside:

  • Exercise and weight control
  • Exposure to clean, fresh air
  • Reduction in boredom, anxiety and depression
  • Boost in vitamin D to bolster immune system

It’s time to get up off the couch and head outside with your dog! If the walk around the neighborhood leaves you both yawning, check out some of these other outdoor adventures you and your dog can enjoy together.

Hit up the dog park. Many residents in both urban and suburban areas enjoy access to local dog parks. Not only is this a chance to get your pup some much needed off-the-leash exercise, but dog parks are also excellent for socialization — and even dogs need a social life!

Head to the beach. If you live in or near a beach town, take advantage of the fact that most beaches are dog-friendly. Let your dog off the leash (if local rules allow) to splash in the water and roll around in the sand or play a game of Frisbee.

Go for a hike. Explore local trails and nature preserves with your four-legged friend or take a day trip to the nearest state park. A change of scenery will do you both some good. Note: Be sure to check park rules and regulations first to be sure your dog is allowed in the park.

Go camping. Spend a few nights away from home on an overnight camping trip with your dog. And if tent camping isn’t your thing, consider renting an RV and checking out one of the many dog-friendly RV parks in the country.

Get wet. Go ahead and invest in a kiddie swimming pool and sprinkler toys, even if you don’t have kids. Your dog will love cooling off on a hot summer day with a few water toys in the yard.

Hop on your bike. Help your pup burn off all that extra energy by walking alongside you for a long bike ride. Be sure your leash is long enough and that you’ve spent some time training your dog to safely walk beside a bicycle.

Enjoy a meal together. Find a local restaurant with a dog-friendly patio and enjoy a meal with your dog by your side. Taking your dog to a restaurant provides an opportunity to expose your dog to new faces, which is an important part of socialization.

Go for a jog. While most dogs love to run at least short distances, some dogs were bred for running and make excellent running partners. Huskies, Greyhounds, Golden Retrievers, Jack Russell Terriers, German Shepherds, Labradors and Vizslas are just a few of the dog breeds that make for great runners. Lace up your sneakers and take your dog out for a jog.

Every dog, no matter his age or breed, needs outdoor activity and exercise to thrive. So get out there and soak up some summer sun with your canine companion!

Many pet-friendly RV parks, campgrounds, dog beaches and dog parks also feature amenities for your furry friends such as designated areas for your dog to run free, treat stations and self-serve dog washes so they can clean up after a busy day of activity. Seek out locations that offer the Evolution Dog Wash for a perfect end to an active day with your dog.

Dog Socialization for Happy, Healthy Dogs

You have a social life, your dog should have one, too!

Socializing your dog from an early age can help your pet be more confident and less fearful in unfamiliar situations. Socialization begins with the breeder through specialized programs, such as Puppy Culture, and continues with the owner. By introducing your puppy to new situations, different people, places and things in a safe and positive manner, your puppy will grow into a friendly, healthy, happy and well-adjusted dog.

How to socialize your puppy

When your puppy first comes home, follow these basic suggestions from the American Kennel Club to help socialize your puppy:

  • Introduce your puppy to new sights, sounds and smells.
  • Make it positive, with the appropriate amount of treats and praise.
  • Involve the whole family, including the kids.
  • Avoid doing too much too fast by introducing your puppy to a few family members and introducing new strangers slowly.
  • Take your puppy into the public, such as the pet store or on a puppy play date.
  • Enroll in puppy classes to teach basic obedience.

Get more info on how to socialize your dog during social distancing here.

How apartment managers and property owners can provide a dog-friendly environment

Dog ownership is growing among single people as well as apartment renters. By providing opportunities for tenants to socialize their dogs, property managers can provide a pet-friendly environment that is attractive to renters with dogs.

Here are a few ways property managers can play a role in promoting a pet-friendly atmosphere with social opportunities for pets and their owners.

Provide a dog washing station on property. With the increased development of pet-friendly buildings, a self-serve dog wash is one of the most sought-after amenities. After working with hundreds of apartment properties that have purchased the Evolution Dog Wash to attract and retain tenants, we’ve learned some of their most popular social activities revolve around pets.

Promote pet-friendly social events to benefit both pets and their owners. Just like people, dogs who spend time interacting, exercising and socializing with other dogs lead healthy and happy lives. It’s a great way for dogs to meet other dogs, and dog owners to meet other dog owners. Here are a few ideas to get you started

  • Host “Yappy Hours”, a happy hour playdate for dogs and their humans.
  • Hold a “Walk and Wash,” a walk or doggie playdate where tenants and dogs can get some exercise while socializing and finish with a dog wash in the Evolution Dog Wash.
  • Plan a costume party, and not just for Halloween. Many pet lovers enjoy dressing their dogs to celebrate different themes and holidays throughout the year.

Dog socialization is an important part of a happy, healthy life for any dog, young or old. Differentiate your property from others in your area by creating a unique, pet-friendly environment for pet lovers.

7 Tips to Make Moving Easier for Your Dog

Moving to a new home is an exciting process, but it is also often filled with stress and even anxiety — for humans and animals alike. Moving with a pet can be tricky as you help your animal navigate the transition.

Dogs are creatures of habit and thrive in a secure environment, so any disruption to their routine can cause your canine friend stress. When your dog is stressed, he might display behavior changes or problems, including:

  • Pacing or shaking
  • Whining or barking
  • Chewing
  • Changes in bodily functions
  • Loss of appetite
  • Hiding or escape behavior

(Learn more about common signs of stress in a dog here.) 

If you’re planning to make a move —  whether across town or across the country — here are some tips to make the process as easy as possible for your four-legged family members.

Familiarize your pet with moving supplies. Before the packing begins, set out a moving box or two, packing paper, packing tape and any other packing supplies for your dog to sniff out and examine. When it’s time to start packing, your dog won’t be alarmed by these new and unfamiliar items in your home.

Limit changes to your dog’s routine as much as possible. Avoid changing mealtimes or routine exercise and potty times for your dog. Though they may seem simple, small changes in your dog’s schedule can have a negative impact on your pet. Coupled with the chaos of a change in location and your pet may exhibit signs of stress or anxiety.

Be sure your dog gets plenty of exercise. Physical activity is a great stress reliever for humans and for dogs! Set aside extra time for your pup to burn off any extra energy. Take a break from packing to play fetch, go for an extra-long walk around the new neighborhood, or spend some extra time at the dog park. If you don’t have time, ask a loved one or a trusted dog walker to help.

Keep your dog in a comfortable, safe environment on moving day. You don’t want your dog getting underfoot when you’re trying to move boxes or furniture on moving day. And if your pet becomes anxious, he might try to escape out an open door. Keep your dog safe in his crate in a quiet area of the house, or at a boarding facility that is known and familiar to your dog. If this isn’t an option, consider asking a family member or friend to look after your pup during the move.

Keep your pet’s favorite belongings nearby. Your dog’s bed, blanket, bones, toys and crates and usual food and water bowls are all comfort items that can help him feel more at home in a new place. Designate a specific location for these items and be sure to mark moving boxes well so that your pet’s favorite things don’t get lost in the move.

Use anti-anxiety solutions with your dog. A stress-reducing Thundershirt, calming collar or even CBD treats may be helpful in calming your dog’s anxiety during a stressful situation such as a move. Your vet may also be able to provide a prescription calming medication to help your dog stay calm during the move.

Be patient. Keep in mind that moving can be a chaotic time for your dog who may have a difficult time understanding what’s happening. Be prepared for common issues like barking, neediness or other bad behaviors to arise during the transition and be patient as your pup settles into the new home. In time, your dog will become comfortable in the new space, but it may take a few weeks for your pet to acclimate. If you have concerns about your pet’s anxiety or feel that the move has been exceedingly hard for your pet, don’t hesitate to reach out to your veterinarian.

It may be difficult to entirely alleviate your pet’s stress associated with a move, but by being aware of the potential stress-related behaviors, and taking the necessary steps to help your dog as much as possible, you can make it easier for your dog to adapt to the new environment.

If you are moving to a new apartment complex, look for one that offers pet friendly services to let dogs socialize and play, and amenities such as self-serve dog washes. Approximately 80% of top 25 multi-family management companies own at least one Evolution Dog Wash. Properties that offer an Evolution Dog Wash prioritize pet ownership and promoting a healthy happy lifestyle for your four-legged friend.

Celebrate National Pet Month

May is National Pet Month in America, a time to celebrate all the benefits pets bring to our lives and recognize those who support the health and well-being of pets.

Pets positively impact peoples’ lives in many ways. Studies have shown pets can improve your health and happiness. They offer unconditional love, comfort and stress relief. Pets can make you feel happier and reduce feelings of anxiety and depression, a key reason for therapy dogs and other emotional support animals. And not only are there emotional and psychological benefits of owning pet, but also physical benefits. Owning a pet, especially a dog, increases your fitness level with regular walks and trips outside. Regular exercise is good for your heart, muscles and bones. It can help you lose weight, reduce your risk of chronic disease, and increase your energy levels. Owning a pet can boost your overall well-being.

In addition to celebrating pets and the benefits they give us, another initiative of National Pet Month is to increase public awareness of the services available from professionals who work with animals and support their well-being. That’s where Evolution Dog Wash comes in. Evolution Dog Wash manufactures high-quality, self-serve dog wash machines, built to wash hundreds of dogs each month with minimal maintenance. Evolution Dog Wash stations are perfect for car washes, apartment complexes, veterinary clinics, pet stores, travel centers and more. A clean, healthy pet is a happy, healthy pet.

To celebrate National Pet Month, Evolution Dog Wash is offering customers $1,000 off any machine May 1-31, 2020. “We know many people were financially impacted by the effects of COVID-19. In an effort to provide savings to our customers during this difficult time, and to celebrate dogs during National Pet Month, we wanted to extend this special limited time offer,” said Evolution Dog Wash owner, Matt Ogden. He continued, “We normally reserve this discount for the International Carwash Association Car Wash Show. Although the show was cancelled this year, we are happy to honor this discount, and extend it to anyone who mentions coupon code “ICA2020″ for the month of May.”

Evolution Dog Wash is more than a dog wash, it’s a company that cares about dogs and their welfare. Evolution Dog Wash is proud to support local Colorado animal shelter charities. If you are interested in adopting a pet or donating to the cause, please visit your local animal shelter or support the Colorado Pet Overpopulation Fund (CPOF).

Evolution Dog Wash. Built for dogs and the people who love them.

To learn more, visit http://evolutiondogwash.com/ or contact us at 888-303-0553. To take advantage of this limited time $1,000 OFF promotion, fill out this form and enter coupon code “ICA2020”.