Thursday, July 28, 2011

Splish Splash Pet Wash Review

Today I adopted another beagle girl, from the Animal Shelter. She was just irrestible. So she needed a nice bath. So I took her to Splish Splash Pet Wash. At Splish Splash you are able able to give your dog a bath, groom them, and blow dry them, without worrying about the mess. I have taken Roxy to Splish Splash to get a bath several times and the dogs love to get a bath at Splish Splash. So instead of having to bathe your dog outside or making a mess allover your bathroom and dog hair allover your tub I highly reccomend just going to Splish Splash Self Service Pet Wash. Splish Splash also has a large variety of toys, treats, collars, leashes, shampoos, and conditioners so you can reward your dog for being a good girl or boy while you bathe and groom them. Not to mention that they sell Frontline so you can keep your sweetie flea free! Splish Splash has great prices. When I took Roxy for baths it was only $10. Splish Splash has everything you need to give your dog the spa treatment yourself. They supply the shampoo, towels, wash cloth, grooming tools, ear wipes, the tub to bathe them in, grooming table, and blow dryer. Dogs of all sizes love getting a bath at Splish Splash. Most of the times I have went to Splish Splash I just went their and the room was ready to give Roxy a bath. They do also offer grooming if you have a dog that needs a hair cut or just don't have the time to bathe them yourself you can set up an appointment. If you want to take your dog to Splish Splash you can get directions off of their website.

Our new addition, Molly!




Splish Splash my new mom is giving me a bath

Time to dry me off!




This towel is soo soft mommy!


Nice Clean ears!


Brush me, I have longer fur than Roxy!


Now I will be dry


Just a silly little pose I did to show I have a cute personality too!



I am a pretty squeaky clean girl now!


Disclosure: I gave Molly a bath in order to be able to take pictures to do this review, I was not compensated in any way.

9 comments:

My SoCal Life said...

i just had to come by! Love the name of your blog. I saw it on the animal hop in oct! I have two rescue doggies too!
i can't see your GFC right now as soon as it's up I'll come back and follow :)

Keenly Kristin said...

How cute...love it. I only have a cat and he's not going anywhere near water, so...

Stumbled you! My post is: http://keenlykristin.com/dear-jersey-shore-please-change/

Thanks!
Kristin :)

Laura O in AK said...

I do NOT miss trying to give dogs a wash. If we get a new dog in our family, that chore can be done by hubby and boys now.

Stumbled your post. Mine is at http://daybydayinourworld.com/2011/05/top-5-summertime-getaways-for-childhood/

CinnyBBS said...

Cute! Good for you for adopting and congrats too. I adopted my dog too.

Whirlwind of Surprises

Darcy said...

I learned quickly that trying to bathe a dog in a regular tub in our bathroom didn't work so well. This looks like a great option! :)

17sirens said...

This looks like a great way to wash your dog. Cute dog, btw! I've never had a pet before.

lewalk said...

What a fantastic idea!!! I wish there was one close to us. I have a pit and a lab that are boogers to bathe. I have two terrier type dogs that are no trouble. But my big boys hate getting in the tub so I have to pick them up and put them in there and they weigh about half as much as I do so it's no easy feat, esp when they're doing the limp noodle thing. Lol. I wish I could bathe them in a little pool outside but for now we live near a highway and the lab taught the others how to get out of the fence. Lol.

Donna and the Dogs said...

I have been way behind on my blog reading, but I just wanted to say congrats on the new addition - and thank you so much for rescuing her. She is adorable!!

Lake Oswego Vet said...

These wash places for dogs are becoming very popular. I think I've seen one on at least 3 towns I've been into for the last week. Great job for the business owners. Our community needs lots of them.