These cool, quirky and creative mobile pet grooming vans can travel many styles per hour when your mutt needs a cutt or the cat can use a clipping.   

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

 

1) Butt's Paw

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

The Pet-Pet Spa van parked on a Hong Kong street seems to have attracted attention for the wrong reason. According to the photographer, “pet-pet” in Cantonese means “butt” but we'll assume the service covers ALL parts of your pet, not just that one. (images above via kuolico  

 

2) Furlorn

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

We tried grooming a cat once... only cost a couple of bucks and one unit of whole blood. Indeed, these things are best left to professionals (or to cats – it's what they do best) though the above service's model looks less than pleased with the entire concept. (image above via hussain Al Qemzi 

 

3) Service Without A Smile

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

Luckydog mobile grooming offers a wide variety of services, from hair and nail trimming to bandana fitting to a so-called “sanitary trim” that includes a check of the “anal glandule” - it's a tough job, but someone's gotta do it. The photo above appears to capture one customer's reaction after undergoing the latter procedure. (image above via Luckydog Dog Grooming)

 

4) Restless Ute

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

A ute pulling a dog-shaped trailer? We must be in Australia, where these El Camino-like vehicles are iconic and HydroDog mobile dog grooming & washing franchises are for sale – at least, one in Matraville is. Is the blue ute & trailer combo included? If not... dealbreaker. (image above via zoo property)

 

5) Scrappy Did

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

“Scooby Dooby Do, where's my van?” Methinks whomever chose those paint colors may have been doing a scooby-doobie or two though you can't deny it stands out in a crowd; even a crowd of Deadheads. According to the photographer, the van owner's buddy borrowed the vehicle when he needed to pick up a load of insulation. Hopefully no clients were forgotten inside... then again, we'll never hear their complaints. (image above via Shawn Smith)

 

6) Suds In The Suburbs

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

Anyone else find the Suds and the City mobile dog grooming van's artwork a tad disturbing? Because, like, SJP with a dog's head is the exact opposite of her character's gruesome fate in Mars Attacks. Our review: “ACK ACK ACK!” (image above via Gareth Cook)   

 

7) Secret Police Dog

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

This is not the mobile pet grooming van you're looking for... in fact, we're surprised WE even found it. We'd NOT be surprised if it turns out this stealthy step-van isn't a mobile pet grooming van at all, and instead it's an FBI undercover mobile surveillance unit loaded with cameras and electr- er, excuse us a sec, someone's knocking on our door. (image above via miquaela)

 

8) Downtown Brown

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

Nobody expects the Spaniel Pet-Beautician! To be honest, what would anyone expect if a large, nondescript truck marked “Royal Bath” heads in your general direction? Maybe the idea is to not get “Prince Hairy” overly anxious when it's time to spiff-up the ol' redcoat. (image above via B C)

 

9) Have Salon, Will Travel

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

You wanna run with the big dogs, you need a big dog-grooming van... though from the looks of it, anything from a Great Dane to a Liger could enjoy grooming services in that cavernous mobile salon. Kudos to Celia of Celia's Mobile Grooming, who opted to go big when she goes to your pet's home. (image above via Celia Schiedler)

 

10) Muttley Crew

The Top 10 Mobile Pet Grooming Vans

This mobile “professional grooming service, caring for the wellbeing of your pet” sports the silhouette of a pampered poodle on the door, yet its name invokes lowly non-pedigree'd mongrels who wouldn't know good grooming if it bit them on the butt. Then again, mixed-messaging often takes a back seat to a catchy slogan and ultimately – or ulti-mutt-ly – that's the best way to boost the bottom line. (image above via William Fallows)

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