Several dog-related businesses have opened in the Spring and Klein area in recent months. From dog grooming and day care to boarding and training, here are a few new spots to check out for man's best friend. This list is not comprehensive.

1. Central Bark

Owned by mother and son Iliana Solorzano and Armando Sanchez, Central Bark recently opened in the Spring area. The business specializes in "Enrichment Doggy Day Care," which aims to provide a holistic approach to canine well-being, focusing on health and happiness. In addition to day care, the comprehensive dog care facility also offers dog boarding, grooming and training services.2. Dogtopia

Dogtopia—a boarding, day care and grooming business for pups—is now open. The franchise provides canines with an off-leash environment for half- or full-day day care as well as overnight and long-term boarding, according to the business’s website. Dogtopia also livestreams footage of customers’ pets during the day as they enjoy the playrooms so owners can check in on their furry friends.3. The Dog Stop

The Dog Stop recently opened in the Spring area. The dog-centric business offers luxury boarding accommodations, an interactive and social day care, and spalike grooming services, according to the company's website.4. Muddy Buddy Dog Wash

Muddy Buddy Dog Wash has opened in two locations in Spring, the owner confirmed. The self-service dog wash is owned by Brion and Analisa Hastings. Muddy Buddy Dog Wash offers customers an enclosed space with various options for washing their pets and is open 24/7.