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Paw Shower is a hand-held, portable device that will enable you to wash your dog's dirty paws at any time, whether you're at home or on the go. It looks like an ordinary spray bottle, but has a cleansing head with soft silicone bristles that will clean every square inch of your dog's paws without causing him or her discomfort. You'll find it especially useful when you go on long walks or runs with your pup, and you can use it to clean off your own muddy shoes, too.
The cost of Paw Shower is $39.95 plus $9.95 shipping, for a total price of $49.90. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: pawshower.com
Before you start using this portable shower for your dog, you'll need to obtain and insert two AA batteries, and then fill the large turquoise compartment with water. It'll hold up to one litre of water at a time.
Wherever you go, you can carry your Paw Shower with you until that time your dog's paws need a wash. Then, you'll need to press the large turquoise button located on the black part of the bottle in order to power up the spray. For most washes, a gentle spray will be fine, but if you need to get stubborn debris off your pup's paws, you can turn the turquoise head to the right for a more powerful spray. As you clean your dog's paws, be sure to continue to hold the turquoise button down the entire time.
Once your dog's paws are clean enough, you can release the turquoise button and move along with your dog-related activities. If your own shoes happen to be muddy, you may also want to give them a quick spray with your device before you put it away.
Each Paw Shower comes in a color combination of black and turquoise green, so you'll likely find yours easy to spot within your home or vehicle when you're getting ready to take your dog out.
In order to use this device, you'll always be spraying it, so you won't need to worry about pouring out just the right amount of water without spilling it everywhere. Therefore, you'll be able to avoid wasting water or accidentally soaking your car or clothing.
The bristles of each device work gently, and are flexible in nature, so they won't scratch any part of your dog's paws, nor will they cause the dog any pain. They also won't absorb odors from the dirt they pick up, so if you rinse them after each cleaning session, they'll smell completely fresh for the next one.
This grooming tool isn't much larger than the standard water bottles that humans use, so almost anyone will be able to carry it without a struggle. It won't take up a lot of space in your home or vehicle, either.
If you let your dog run around with dirty paws, then chances are, your furniture, floors, car and even your own clothing will end up dusty or muddy. It'll be especially embarrassing for you if you have guests over, and they see paw prints on your couch or end up with paw prints on their pants. Fortunately, once you have your Paw Shower ready to go, you won't need to worry about this, as you'll be able to clean your dog's paws in minutes, regardless of your location.
One of these devices requires no electricity to run, so it won't be necessary for you to look for an outlet in a public place whenever you want to use it. Using it also will not add to your at-home electricity billl.
Since it'll feel quite like a therapeutic massage for their paws, your dog may enjoy being groomed with one of these devices. Even if they don't particularly love it, the fact that it comes in a spray-bottle form will make it less scary-looking than a large garden hose that's being aimed at them.
Although you need batteries to run this particular device, even your first set won't be included with it, so you'll need to obtain it and each subsequent set on your own.
While dogs of all sizes can safely have their paws washed with this tool, it hasn't been designed with cats in mind. Larger cats might be able to handle it, but due to the size of the head and bristles, it may be too rough on the paws of smaller cats.
This device will hold up to one litre of water, but that might not be enough if you leave home with your dog for an entire day. That means you'll need to find some sort of public tap, clean lake or clean river to refill your spray bottle from, which could be inconvenient, depending on where you are.
If you're concerned that you'll forget this spray bottle when you take your dog out somewhere, it's best to fill it each night and leave it in your hallway or outside your front door. With that, you'll likely spot it and remember to take it with you in the morning, and you won't have to spend time filling it when you might be sleepy or in a hurry.
The Paw Shower isn't meant to hold juice, milk, alcohol or any other liquids besides water. It might be tempting to fill it with something else, so you can refresh yourself with a drink while you're on the go, but filling it with anything besides water might clog it up.
This device is only to be used on a dog's front'or back paws. If you use it on a dog's face, they may not like the sensation, and may be come irritated and aggressive. You should also avoid using it on the belly, the tail or any other potentially sensitive areas, even if those areas of the dog's body do happen to be dirty.
If you use this device to clean your dog's paws throughout a busy day spent outdoors, you won't need to clean them as thoroughly as you normally would when you return home. Instead of worrying about getting the dog into the bathtub for a huge scrub-down, you'll be able to chill out and leave the bath until another day.
Those dog owners who frequenty or semi-frequently take their dog to a groomer's for a professional paw-cleaning may find that this is no longer necessary, due to frequent use of the Paw Shower.
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