Thursday, December 1, 2022

Muddy Marley’s Dog Wash Opens in Williamsburg Crossing

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JAMES CITY-Those looking for a place to bathe their dogs can now visit Muddy Marley’s Dog Wash.

Muddy Marley’s Dog Wash recently opened in Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center. The new business offers self-serve and full-service dog washes, spa treatments, and a la carte services including nail trimming and blow drying.

Prices vary depending on the dog’s fur coat and weight. Monthly subscriptions are also available.

Muddy Marley’s Dog Wash is owned by Rebecca Mulvain, a 2017 winner of Start Peninsula, an organization that helps new businesses get off the ground.

“We are always prepared for any pet’s needs and ensure that your pet will receive the best care and love,” said Mulvain. “Their happiness and care is our top priority and we strive to provide the service we would want our own pets to receive.” For more information visit,

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