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    I was wondering if anyone had tried this product. It can be attached to either a hose for outdoor baths or a shower head for indoor baths. I just thought it would make my life so much easier. Of course you have to buy the shampoo cartridges that fit in it.
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    for outdoors Bob uses one of those miracle grow things that has never had the fertalizer in it and attaches it to the hose .............he puts the shampoo in the canister and then disconnects it to rinse ............works pretty well

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    Actually, unless your pup rolls in something awful, Labs don't need bathing. Their coats are designed to just be brushed and any dirt falls off them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bookwormbiker View Post
    ...Of course you have to buy the shampoo cartridges that fit in it....
    That's why I haven't even considered buying it. Most of the shampoos out there smell too strong for me, and end up giving me a migraine. It took me a long time to find something that doesn't bother me. I just use the hose in the warmer months or the hand held shower head in the winter when Caleb needs a bath.

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    for outdoors Bob uses one of those miracle grow things that has never had the fertalizer in it and attaches it to the hose .............he puts the shampoo in the canister and then disconnects it to rinse ............works pretty well
    That's how my vet washes the runs- a little Nolvasan in the container, set the dial for how you want it mixed, and away you go (at least that's the way he did it when I worked for him)! I remember being able to flip a switch to get just plain water, too.

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    We have it...I dont put the shampoo in it because it gets cloggy but other than that it is great outdoors. I hook it to the kitchen sink so there's warm water and just keep my shampoo close. The dogs dont mind a bath on the deck with warm water, but they HATE IT with cold...(go figure though, they'll jump in an ice cold lake though)...

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    I bought one for our girls and we use it outside in the summer and in the tub in winter if required. We do not use the shampoo setting, just plain water. I like the pressure we can get with it to get all the dead, excess hair off of them. Once they are brushed well and we have a little warm water bath and massage, everybody is sleeping like babies and a little less hair in the air! It is also really good outside if they get into something or roll in some smelly thing. I also wash their feet well in summer because of their allergies. It helps with their itchy feet.
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    have it love it - cartridges can be refilled if you're stubborn enough!

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