Woof! Doggie bath time!

Now I am not saying this would be something I actually want but has anyone ever heard of having a dog bath in their laundry room? This must be the epitome of all luxuries for dog owners. I understand that dog baths exist, but there are special stores you go to get your give your dog a bath. Why do you need a special place to do it in your home? All I’m saying is that this seems a bit extreme to me. I guess the only people that would need this is people who show their dogs. Do people do that for a living? Either way, this doggie bath still seems a bit unnecessary to me. Plus this one is in the laundry room. I feel like dogs should never go in rooms where clean clothes might be. I lay my clothes out and fold them and sometimes they hang dry. When that dog comes out of the bath it is going to shake and get everything wet/dirty.


What is your opinion on this inner home doggie bath? Do you think it’s a little too much, like me? Or are you in favor of having them?

6 responses

  1. neat idea but I agree…our schnauzer shakes a few times during the bath and a few more after…dog soap flecking my laundry doesn’t sound fun at all…He bathes in the shower between groomings, I have the curtain closed around us so he doesn’t fleck the entire bathroom 🙂

    1. That’s what most people do I think. And there’s nothing wrong with it because it’s an effective way to clean your dog!

  2. This is such an awesome idea! This looks very cool to me! I don’t think it’s too much, dogs are more than just animals, why not treating them with something special from time to time.

  3. My dog HATES getting bathed. I sometimes wonder how he behaves when the boomer gives him a bath. Usually at home I have to take him into our basement shower (because it has a sliding door). This photo is beautiful, but there are far too many options for him to escape!

  4. I would love this for my dogs. I probably wouldn’t use it all the time but it would be nice to have.

  5. I would love to have this set up for my dog in our laundry room. She is only 20 pounds, but every time I bath her in our laundry sink, try as I may, water gets all over the counter and down the front of the maple cabinets. If space and cost were no issue, I would totally vote for this practical solution.

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