I've found that bathing my dog outside, even in summer, is especially difficult. He just wants to run away. But if he's contained in the shower or bathtub, it makes it a lot easier to bathe him.
It helps to have containment, although you can get an outdoor bathtub. But, for most dogs I think the issue is temperature control. Would you prefer a cold shower or a tepid to warm shower? My suspicion is that your dog feels the same.
1. It easily hooks up to your shower head with the included adapters, but it can also be hooked up to a garden hose as well, if that is your choice. So you can bathe your dog inside or outside.
2. The Pet Wand hose is nice and long - 8 feet! So there is plenty of length to cover your entire dog, even the big guy in your home!
3. Its sprayer is curved, almost like the shape of a dog's back. It covers a fairly wide area at one time, 13 inches, but it's a single line of spray, resulting in less water waste than a round sprayer.
4. The Pet Wand can be adjusted from full spray to half spray to rinse the underside of your dog's body or to wash her face and ears. You can also adjust the force of the spray from low to intense in six settings.
But if you prefer to wash your dog (or your babies) in a utility sink, Waterpik has a similar attachment for you.
That's the buzz for today!