Dog Bath Tub with Hand Shower, Portable for Indoor.

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How do I clean it?
To clean the product, simply remove the grass and use a cloth and hot water to sponge the base down. Cleaning products (especially those containing citrus) may repel the dog. To clean the grass, simply rinse it with warm water while on the base, or remove and hose it down (in the shower if necessary). Please see the "To clean the Pet Loo - Indoor Dog Potty, please follow the steps below" on the Original Pet Loo - Indoor Dog Potty product page.

To clean the Pet Loo - Indoor Dog Potty, please follow the steps below

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Oster® Indoor bathing kit is revolutionary home pet bathing system that’s sweeping the nation. Easily connects and rinse converting your shower into a dog spa! How to Use a Dog Indoor Potty in the Shower - Dog Care - Daily Puppy
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or most dogs, the great outdoors is a natural place to potty. However, going outside isn’t always a reality for sick or injured animals, or those living in apartments and high-rise condominiums. Indoor dog potty systems were created for these situations, and most will fit in your shower for simple, spill-free cleanup.These organizing and storage ideas got me thinking about neat, designed indoor dog spaces that are fully integrated into homes. Below are some neat ideas, courtesy of Pinterest, to fully integrate your furry family member into your home, while simultaneously creating dog-friendly spaces in your home. People have even incorporated dog-sized showers into their laundry rooms/mudrooms! Perhaps in our next home we can create a dog-centric space — I really love the modern dog shower since we are always bathing each month!Get the right shampoo. Shampoo designed for people — even baby shampoo — has a different pH than what’s best for your dog. Ask your veterinarian to recommend a product that works best for your individual pet, and follow the directions. If your dog has skin problems, you'll likely need a therapeutic shampoo that will address his condition. While you're shopping, get a bath tool, such as the Such tools reduce shedding by loosening ready-to-drop fur in the tub, and they take your shampoo further by working it deep into the coat. They also give your dog a relaxing massage.
Indoor/Outdoor Pet Faucet Sprayer, now bath time is a snap! Use the same sprayer your dog is used to indoors and outdoors. Snap the quick connect hose to the special one time install aerator on your faucet and your dog shower is ready. Great for small dogs in the sink or laundry tub.If the idea of bathing your pooch in your pristine claw-foot tub gives you pause, or if he simply won't suffer the indignity of being hosed down in the backyard, a dog-washing station might be the best home improvement you'll ever make. “It's a great addition to a mudroom, so you can clean your dog before he tracks in dirt,” says architect Healy Rice of Wilmette, Illinois, who designed the one shown here. Though this project can cost $1,500 or more, Rice's clients say it pays for itself in savings on carpet-cleaning alone. Here are her tips for designing this handy spot.I have an adventurous choc lab who is an indoor/outdoor dog. I wash her every 1 to 2 weeks with an earth friendly oatmeal dog shampoo. She prefers the shower to the tub. Remember to wash their bedding and plush toys every time they get a bath!!