12 Steps to Finding the Perfect outdoor dog showers
The outdoor dog shower is a very simple and inexpensive way to bring in the dog. We just go to the local pet store and pick out a few boxes of dog treats and a few towels. Then we just set them up on the deck and have a great time while the doggie enjoys the fresh air and smells the fresh dog treats.
The outdoor dog shower is especially great in the winter because some of the dog treats have a slight chemical smell. I don’t like the idea that they might be giving me dog-smell, but I understand why they’re doing it. This is a very simple and convenient way to get your dog clean without spending a lot of money.
I dont know if its just the fact that we live in the same city, but its a lot less convenient to have a dog shower in the summer. The idea of having a dog shower outside in the fresh air is a great way to keep your dog clean in the summer. I love that they didnt have to even bring in outside water to get the dog’s body clean because he would have just fallen into the shower anyway.
I mean, it’s a free shower for the dog.
For a dog shower, you need a dog shampooer, a dog skin cleaner, a dog hair dye, and some dog food and dog treats. It takes five minutes to get the dog all excited while you’re doing the other two, and then you can dump the poop in the trash and walk away. Of course, you can do all three in one shower.
Dogs showering outdoors also works for people. If you’ve got a shower-type situation where you need to get your dog clean but you don’t have the time or the energy for a shower, you can use a hose to drip down the dog’s back. The dog’s going to get dirty, but the dog shampooer will clean the dog right up.
Thats one of the reasons why this shower idea sounds better than the ones for dog baths.
As with any outdoor shower, you can do it indoors with an outdoor showerhead or with a hose. We’re excited to share this new version of the shower idea with you guys, and it’s the first of three more stories based on the same idea. Stay tuned.
In the outdoor shower idea, you can use a hose to drip down the dogs back. The dogs going to get dirty, but the dog shampooer will clean the dog right up.
No thanks. I’m not sure I would like having my dogs dirty and smelling nice all the time, I think it’s just gross. Instead of doing this, I would have your dog shower from head to tail, and let the dogs do the work.