DD Dogs 825 Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 A Chicago mom-and-pop Vienna beef hot dog stand is a treasure to any college student. To Northwestern University…More students, DD Dogs is a treasure hoard. It serves a variety of fatty treats, like hot dogs, gyros, fries and even some Mexican food like tacos and tamales.
Cut & Dry Dog Grooming 2958 Central St, Evanston, IL60201 Cut & Dry Dog Grooming is a full service animal care company serving Evanston. The company offers numerous grooming…More services, specializing in dogs, including nail work, trimming, cleaning, washing, styling and more. The location also has a well-fenced outdoor area for dogs waiting to be groomed. Call for details on services or to schedule an appointment.
Happy Husky Bakery 2601 Prairie Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Happy Husky Bakery is a pet bakery that provides natural and nutritious foods for cats and dogs, considering each pet's…More unique weight and taste. For all pet-related events, this store can make up special gift baskets. Also available are other pet supplies, like collars, beds, and leashes. In the summertime, Happy Husky offers "Snow Dog Sundaes" for dogs who want a refreshing treat. The bakery is also associated with dog shelters and promotes dog rescues.
Rex's Place 2120 Ashland Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Rex's Place is a dog care facility offering an array of dog services, including in-home overnight care, doggy daycare…More complete with interactive playtime, dog training, therapeutic treatments for dogs with chronic pain and animal first aid courses for pet owners. The 10,000 square-foot facility includes both indoor and outdoor playrooms and all Rex's Place staff members are trained in animal first aid and CPR.
The army of tiny cupcakes under the glass counter at Tiny Dog Cupcake are issuing cupcake lovers a challenge: the…More motto of this new cupcake is, "Tiny dogs are not afraid to take on things bigger than themselves." Evanston has been enthusiastically taking on the cupcakes here since the opening in late 2010. With flavors like vanilla fudge, triple chocolate and coconut supreme, it's no surprise that this bakery has hit the local sweet spot where it counts.
Tiny Dog wants to be socially responsible and will soon allow patrons to vote on charities to which ones the bakery will donate part of its proceeds. It's not all serious, though. Coming next year: cupcakes specially made for actual tiny dogs.