Welcome to All Things Pawsitive

Your dog groomer & dog daycare in REDMOND, WA
(425) 882-4303


Grooming Notice 2/12/2021: Due to the increase in grooming demand, we will not be accepting any new Grooming, Bathing or Nail Trim clients to ATP at this time. We apologize for any for any inconvenience this may cause.


Dog Grooming - Welcome to All Things PAWSitive! We offer high quality, low stress pet grooming for Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and the entire Eastside. We also pride ourselves on offering a positive atmosphere for our dog daycare for Redmond.

Your pets will have a great time getting the spa treatment as we bathe them, maintain their coats, and take care of their nails. You'll be able to have peace of mind as well knowing that your pets will receive our full attention in a great environment. All dogs must be at least 16 weeks of age and fully vaccinated for Rabies, Distemper and Bordetella.

Doggy Daycare: Here at All Things PAWSitive Doggie Daycare you can be assured that your dog will have a great time. Our coordinators focus on providing interaction, socialization, exercise, mental stimulation and relaxation. 

NOTE: we DO NOT offer overnight/weekend boarding.

TRAINING NOTICE: At this time we will no longer be offering training classes at our facility.

Hours of operation:

Monday - Friday 7:00am-6:00pm

Saturday-Sunday:Closed

At All Things Pawsitive, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Redmond Dog Groomer & Dog Daycare | All Things Pawsitive (425) 882-4303

7265 WEST LAKE SAMMAMISH PKWY NE
REDMOND, WA 98052

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Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Great clinic! Wonderful, caring doctors and staff. Highly recommend Redmond-Kirkland Animal Hospital."
    Mae & Randy B
  • "Our dog receives excellent care and attention, and the staff seems to go out of its way to be friendly. I also appreciate the liberal hours of operation, making it so convenient. Dr. Wise is the best!"
    Victoria & Don M
  • "Great staff, very caring for my dog."
    Jim & Lisa J

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