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NautiPets Opens Second Location in Flagler Beach

Wendi and Randy Fernandez of NautiPets. ⓒ NautiPets

FLAGLER BEACH – The owners of NautiPets, a pet grooming business that originated in Ormond Beach, have announced the opening of their second location in Flagler Beach. They’ve taken over the building previously occupied by Wolcott Realty, which sold on the market in September 2022.

NautiPets was started by Randy Fernandez and Sean Amorginos, who opened the Ormond Beach location in 2020. They advertise themselves as a pet grooming service which uses exclusively high-quality shampoos and conditioners. In addition to grooming, NautiPets also offers bathing, nail trimming, and ear cleaning services. Their leap into the panorama of Flagler Beach business places them in one of the most distinct-looking buildings on SR-A1A.

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“We are incredibly excited to extend our family-oriented pet care services to the Flagler Beach area,” said Fernandez. “Our commitment has always been to treat every pet like they’re part of our own family, and we’re eager to share this passion with more pet owners.”

Though the Flagler Beach location is already open for business now at 919 N Ocean Shore Blvd, the owners are planning a grand opening and ribbon-cutting that’ll be open to the public at a later date.

“It’s not just about good food and grooming; we offer a range of high-quality natural products to address various pet needs, from itchy skin to bad breath,” added Wendi Fernandez, wife of founder Randy Fernandez and Nauti Pets’ operations manager. “Our new location continues our tradition of bringing the best in pet care to the community.”

ⓒ NautiPets

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Chris Gollon is a Flagler County resident since 2004, as well as a staple of the local independent music scene and avid observer of Central Florida politics, arts, and recreation.

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  1. TR

    February 13, 2024 at 9:40 pm

    Congratulations and best of luck with the expansion of your business.

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