Simply The Best Way To...
GET YOUR DOG CLEAN
Good Evening ..
If you are one of The Fluffy Puppy Mobile Pet Spa clients, you already know of the special " WATER MASSAGE " that your Furry Friends enjoy with each and every visit. Thought I would share with you a tidbit of information on why I use such a system, and the benefits for your pets. Should you wish further information, please visit my informational web site dedicated to this system. http://fluffypuppy.weebly.com/
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Woof ... Colleen
Myth 1: You are washing dogs with dirty water.
BUSTED. You use fresh water and shampoo on every dog. The dogs are rinsed after each wash, and then the tub is refilled with fresh water and shampoo for the next washing.
Myth 2: Bacterial and fungal infections are often transferred from the water to another dog.
POSSIBLE, but only if you are not cleaning the pump and draining it regularly.
Myth 3: Dogs are not clean.
BUSTED. The dogs are clean with less water and less shampoo usage.
Myth 4: I can get a dog cleaner by hand.
MAYBE. But I bet I can get that same dog just as clean -- faster, with less water, less shampoo, and none of the hand scrubbing.
Myth 5: These systems do not work well in mobile vans.
BUSTED. It may take some creative parking if your tub was not installed level, but many vans come complete with a super-sudser and the tub angled.
Myth 6: The systems cost too much and don't offer enough benefit to justify the cost.
BUSTED. Yes, the systems can be costly, USUALLY above the $500 price range. Yes, you can spend much time and money experimenting and trying to build your own system, usually less than $150 complete .. OR .. Save the time, shampoo, and wear and tear on your body that this type of washing system saves, and you will find it is definitely worth the cost.
Myth 7: It takes too long to fill the tub.
BUSTED. It takes less time to fill the tub to a level that the pump will turn on than it does to wet down a dog and then lather them up. The SIMPLY CLEAN system will operate with less than 1/4 inch of water in the tub. It is advised to use a couple of inches of water, dependant on the size of your tub.
Myth 8: The dogs don't SMELL clean, so they aren't clean.
BUSTED. We have been conditioned to associate fragrance and perfumes with clean. The more diluted shampoos used in the bathing systems result in very little fragrance sticking to the dogs.
Clean dogs will have no fragrance. They are devoid of smell. If clients want a stronger fragrance then you can add cologne.
Myth 9: These types of systems use more water than I would use if I washed by hand.
BUSTED. Because you are not filling the tub with water as you would when you pre-wet during hand washing, there is no added water usage. The dogs get cleaner in one wash than you can do with two washes in many cases with hand washing. Since the shampoo is diluted to the extreme, it rinses much faster, therefore, saving water.
Myth 10: It will not save me shampoo because a gallon of water needs a large amount of shampoo to dilute it correctly.
BUSTED. You are not pre-wetting, which means that one ounce or less of shampoo in a gallon of water will get dogs clean. No need to follow the dilution suggestions on the bottles. Those are for hand washing scenarios and are to be used on a wet dog, further diluting the shampoo.
Myth 11: The dogs will miss that hands-on personal touch that I do when I hand wash.
BUSTED. The washing action of the pump feels good to the dogs, like a massage. You just do not have to scrub to get them clean. If you still want to bond with the dog for ease of grooming,
feel free to use your hands for those all important touches.