If you’re a dog lover, you’re familiar with the struggle of giving your beloved pet a bath. It’s quite the ordeal. If you live in a house with a large yard, you might be able to get away with washing your dog outside using a hose...but how do you get your dog to sit still? However, if you live in an apartment or house without a large yard, you’ll need to wash your dogs in the bathtub. This could work for small dogs...but when they shake their wet fur, water and soap will get everywhere. Regardless of where you wash your dog, the aftermath is the same. You dry your pet off with a towel to the best of your ability, but it’s never possible to get them quite dry enough. Then, if you leave them outside, they’ll inevitably rub their damp bodies in the garden or dirt, rendering the need for another bath. However, if you set them free inside the house, they’ll get everything from the floor to the couches soaking wet. There’s no way to win! Or is there? What you need is an area where you can wash your dogs without worrying about them running off and also somewhere they can dry off without getting furniture and floors wet. So next time you are looking at buying a home, look for a home with a Puppy Shower built in!

 

Newly built homes have several benefits, but an option many homeowners are now considering is installing a puppy shower. A puppy shower is a small area of your home where dogs can be washed and groomed without spreading dirt and water throughout your entire home. When you use a puppy shower room, all of your dog’s filth will be contained to that one area of your home, making clean up much easier than it’s been in the past. Puppy shower rooms have tile or wood floors so you won’t need to worry about your beloved pets getting carpet or furniture wet or dirty, either. Another benefit of a puppy shower is that you won’t need to stash your pet’s grooming supplies under a sink or shove them next to your own shampoo and conditioner. Puppy showers provide a space to keep your puppy shampoo, grooming shears, dog towels and more using in-shower storage units and cabinets.

 

But what if you didn't buy a home with a puppy shower? Have no fear, you can install a puppy shower into preexisting rooms such as your garage, laundry room, or even near the bathroom. By installing a puppy shower room in your home, you can give your dogs the full spa treatment that they deserve instead of battling with them in the bathtub or on the driveway. Pets are truly members of our families and they should be treated as such. Not only will your pet appreciate their new pamper zone, but puppy shower rooms can help you keep your own sanity and clean home.

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