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Old 09-22-2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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I think a number of these people are doing more damage than they realize and making what their dogs think is a bad situation worse, but some of the reactions are cute and it sure was a timely topic for me:

Dogs and baths just don't mix in this viral video
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I saw some dogs who were fine with a bath in that video. As for the other ones well, that's why there are groomers

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Sadie hates baths but will jump into any stream, lake, mud puddle with great relish.
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Lol. I think you're right about making a bad situation worse, I've had a dog you couldn't keep out of the bath (even if it wasn't for him) or even a bucket of water, then I've have dogs who run and hide at the mention of the word so had to trick them to get them in the bathroom.

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I think a number of these people are doing more damage than they realize and making what their dogs think is a bad situation worse, but some of the reactions are cute and it sure was a timely topic for me
Ditto....Though Dunny doesn't like baths, at least he doesn't growl and bark at us...such a gentle soul!

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On the other hand, we had a cat that we couldn't keep out of the tub, sink, and yes the toilet. Her kittens were the same way.
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On the other hand, we had a cat that we couldn't keep out of the tub, sink, and yes the toilet. Her kittens were the same way.
As I mentioned, these videos were timely for me in that Cheynie had her first bath this weekend. Since her first tub experience, she has since learned to jump in and out of the bathtub and apparently thinks it is a great deal of fun as she does it several times a day On the upside, it does help to tire her out () and I'm hoping the next bath event will go even more smoothly.
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Good for Cheynie! Here's to making bath time fun!
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