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Spas for Paws

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Spas for Paws

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Our dog-eared tip sheet for primping your pet this summer

spa: Fetch Club

Like a full-service gym, this slick 13,000-square-foot facility (pictured above) in New York City's Financial District caters to canines with a bevy of upscale offerings: far-infrared sauna, fitness room with treadmills and trainers, Tensui purified water, Dead Sea mud masks, aromatherapy, and a skylit park with grass - yes, all for dogs. They can also dine on organic human-grade Pooch Club chow, veggie or omnivore. 85 South St., New York City;

CHECK-IN: Canine Turndown Service, Jumeirah Essex House

Plenty of high-end hotels allow dogs, but do they offer custom-sewn embroidered fleece blankies and treats baked by an in-house pastry chef? Or Wagwear sleeping igloos and fashion collars on loan? All for free? Didn't think so. 760 Central Park South, New York City;

PACK: Musher's Secret

Summertime temps make sidewalks and beach sand scorch. Protect tender paws with an all-natural wax balm that's ioo% safe to eat and won't leave stains on your carpet or furniture (it's absorbed into the pads). Great for winter, too. $14$35,

SHOP *N' SPA: Tailwaggers

Both the Hollywood and West Hollywood-adjacent locations of this salon/pet store emphasize holistic treatments like citrus-suffused hydrotherapy and the all-important anal gland expression, plus clips by a Groomer Has It champion. Blueberry, oatmeal, coconut, and wheat grass feature in add-on treatments. …

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