"The most affectionate creature in the world is a wet dog." ~ Ambrose Bierce
Think a pet salon is just a
little too much for your low maintenance pet? Why pay a professional
when you can do it yourself? Easy, right? Just get your baby into the
tub, a quick rinse, suds, rinse again and voila! you're done.
Of course, you actually have to get your pet into the tub and convince them that the tub is their friend. You'll probably want a helper to hold the leash so you're not chasing them around the house while they're dripping with shampoo. Assuming you've bathed and thoroughly rinsed your pet, and have gotten them through the house with minimal water damage, you can begin the clean up. First there's the soggy towels full of hair, straight into the washing machine with them. Hopefully you stopped the majority of the hair from going down your drains as that will be a pain to deal with down the road. Finally, be sure to scrub the bathroom from top to bottom and get those hair clumps plastered on the ceiling from when they shook while your were scrubbing their tummy, but alas, mission accomplished! A clean pup and you did it yourself...true the bathroom may smell like wet dog for a couple days, and you may be bent over with back pain for a bit, but it was worth it. Right?
Well there is another option,
bathe your pet outside. Once you're done however, it's going to be
quite hard keeping them out of the mud you've just produced all around
your yard putting you right back at square one with a dirty dog.
Maybe it doesn't have to be this
way, maybe you can make your pet's bath more bonding experience and less
battle. We have the solution to your problem with our Self Serve Pet
Little Shop supplies everything you need (well except your pet):
Walk-ins are always welcome!
Hours of operation:
Last bath is taken 30 minutes before closing. First come first serve.
This is what we are trying to avoid at home....
This is what we are aiming for at Little Shop's Self Serve Pet Spa....