Unfortunately, spring cleaning the dog happened at our house yesterday. Mom was saying I needed a bath before my trials this weekend, but Bailie was totally shocked when she ended up in the tub too! Neither of us was a happy camper. Normally we go to the spa, but Mom says with the weather it is a waste of money right now.
Lucky me, I got to get cleaned up first. Mom says I am the dirtiest birdie, whatever that means! I gathered my towel, toys, shampoo, and hopped into the water torture chamber. Looking at my photo, I can see I was quite a mess. Everything was good until the water came on, then I wanted to leave.
We use Reliq Mineral Spa Shampoo. My mom loves the pomegranate smell of it and it works well on our furs. I got all lathered up, and was not enjoying it at all. Getting photographed in the tub makes things even worse. Look at all the dirt on the tub. That must be from my mom because I am sure it was not coming from me.
The bath was a quick as we could make it, and then I was out of the tub with my ducky to be dried off. I think I was still in shock at the whole bath thing at the time.
Once the door was opened, I bolted downstairs, and was caught in the living room with this sinister smile pose!
Bailie was marched upstairs to the water torture area after Mom rinsed all the dirt out of the tub. She decided she wanted to leave, but it was too late as the door was closed behind her. As was the case with me, before she knew what was happening, she had been hosed down, and lathered up.
This photo really shows the “joy” in her eyes at the whole bath thing! Bailie says you should buy this shampoo for your own dog to torture them with! After she was rinsed off and towel dried, the door opened and there I was, waiting right outside the door.
Together we raced downstairs. We were stopped on the landing for one post bath photo before we were allowed to do some zoomies in the living room.
Here we are semi-brushed, and dry, looking pretty clean. No worries, we will be dirty again tomorrow, I’m sure. There are so many puddles around, and our yard is like a wet sponge. Staying squeaky clean this time of year is nearly impossible!
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