Daily Archives: August 6, 2013

Wash Your Own Dog at Home with a Dog Wash on Wheels or Pet Wash Enclosure

One of the most common questions asked by pet owners is: “What is the best way to wash a dog?” 

And of course, dog groomers usually want to know which is the most appropriate dog bath tub for their particular job.  Most certainly you want your dog to have his own bathing equipment. You don’t was to resort to the family’s shower or bath. And in most cases the wash sink is too small even for a medium sized Maltese. 

So, what do you require? If you are like most other dog owners you are probably debating about which dog tub will better suit your purposes?

Is it a dog wash on wheels for convenience?

Is it a pet wash enclosure to contain splashes?

Is it a pet shower for outside washing?

The best answer, in each case, is: “It depends.”, of course.

Is it the Booster Bath or the Flying Pig portable bath or the Scrub a Dub Dog Tub or a Pet Gear’s Tub or one of the many dog bathing tubs found here (affiliate link). Let’s find out what suits your particular needs.

Bathing a puppy is going to be a whole different experience from scrubbing an older dog. A lot of the ease or difficulty of bathing a pooch has to do with the size, age, breed, weight, and general temperament of the animal.

In general, though, getting the right equipment, and in this case, finding the right bath tub among the many dog tubs available, can make a world of difference. That is why many folks prefer to leave the task of dog bathing in the hands of a capable, professional groomer. Pet groomers have the knowledge, talent, experience, facilities and equipment to handle almost any animal.