Green Dog Salon Caters to Critters

The Green Dog Salon, in Fort Walton Beach, is the only place in town for natural pet care, providing all-natural shampoos and supplies. Open since 2010, owner Ryan Gordon took the love of caring for her own pets and turned it into a career.

The shampoos used are natural, free of soap and harsh chemicals to prevent drying of the skin, and contain oatmeal for additional nourishment. The salon is cleaned with natural products too, because pets are not kenneled, but allowed to lounge around as they wish.

Pets can have their own spa day at The Green Dog Salon in a stress-free environment. The salon also offers flexible hours and optional doggie day care to accommodate work schedules.

Location: 175 A Eglin Pkwy. For more information, call 850-259-0857.

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