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Old 03-18-2014, 06:49 PM
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Default Good hand held shower attachment?

What is a good, low cost shower attachment that can moisten and rinse a short, thick coat?

The dogs need baths, but I'll be danged if I pay someone to do it for me. But, I want to give them a "high quality" bath and a bucket under the faucet won't do it due to their coat types. So, I find myself in need of a shower attachment.

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Old 03-18-2014, 06:54 PM
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The kind from the hardware store that you replace your shower head with? Lol i can't remember what mine cost but it was cheaper than the dog attachments and it does the same thing, probably more spray settings.
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Old 03-18-2014, 07:36 PM
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Same as Mandy. I bought a whole new shower head that has a hose attachment. Bonus that I get two shower heads when I shower now! Mine came from Menards!

I bought it when I lived in the rental house and it moved with me to my apartment. Couldn't live without it!
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"For bathing dogs" Uh huh.
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Old 03-18-2014, 10:35 PM
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"For bathing dogs" Uh huh.
Hey now. I speak truth! I'm living with DH now, no special showers needed. Ahahahaha
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Old 03-18-2014, 10:45 PM
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"For bathing dogs" Uh huh.
TOTALLY WHERE MY MIND WENT TOO!!

LOL i have no idea how it would bathe Merlin but I know a good one for.. a good clean feeling
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LOL i have no idea how it would bathe Merlin but I know a good one for.. a good clean feeling
Yes, we can all recommend you some good shower attachments that can moisten things appropriately.

Yes, trust me to go THERE. If I won't, who else will?
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TOTALLY WHERE MY MIND WENT TOO!!



LOL i have no idea how it would bathe Merlin but I know a good one for.. a good clean feeling

There is nothing "clean" about your mind while writing this post.
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For bathing dogs I use a flexi hose attached to the shower. I just take my shower head off and throw the hose on. Works great for is because it's long enough to really get under their chest and right down to the skin.
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How did I know that if this thread wasn't in the gutter when it started that it wouldn't be long till it was.
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