About In My Paws
In My Paws offers safe and gentle dog grooming services for furry friends across Watchung, NJ, and the surrounding areas. Our committed and experienced professionals provide your pet with the superior-quality cleaning and care they deserve. You’ll feel happy knowing that our staff members treat your beloved pooch with utmost respect and kindness. Allow us to put our 10+ years of experience to work for you.
Why Choose Us
Reasons why you should choose us:
Home Away From Home
A top of the line PetAirapy UV air purification and ventilation system
Hospital grade sanitation procedures
Dog Daycare FAQ
Is dog daycare good for dogs?
In Doggie Daycare, your dog can participate in daily exercise through group activities. Participants play in a cage-free environment while enjoying the freedom to stretch their legs.
What is a dog daycare temperament test?
Do you separate dogs by size in Dog daycare?
Dog Boarding FAQ
Is there someone overnight with the dogs?
Most pet care facilities do not provide overnight staff. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with video surveillance and protected by a central station alarm and a fire system. To maintain a stress-free environment and promote a restful night, we do not have staff exploring the facility overnight. Most dogs are asleep before we lock up, and we tend to wake them upon arrival in the morning. Our staff is here from approximately 6:30 A.M to 8:00 P.M., but the facility closes at 7:00 P.M.
My dog doesn’t do well with other dogs. Can you still board them?
Can I bring toys?
Does my dog have to get a bath?
How did my dog get a Minor Cuts/Abrasion?
What is Canine Cough?
Canine Cough, or Kennel Cough, is similar to a mild common cold or cough in humans. It is usually NOT a serious condition. Most dogs will recover without needing any treatment. Unfortunately, every facility that cares for pets, such as dog hotels, doggie daycares, grooming salons, dog training centers, and even veterinary hospitals, will experience an outbreak of Canine Cough from time to time. Most dogs will recover without any treatment needed. However, puppies and older dogs may require a visit to your veterinarian.