November 03, 2007

The paw plunger


Like a giant coffee cup filled with bristles, the paw plunger lets you wash puppy's feet without a whole bath. Handy device or useless gadget?

Might be useful after Duz's side trips through the mangroves.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

UUMMMM...useless gadget. This product sounds good but in reality is just wasted money. No one tells you of the fight you have with an already wet and muddy dog to get its feet into the paw plunger and then when you have succeeded the slippery dog pulls away and leaves you to chase him all round the garden as he makes off with the now defunct paw plunger.

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Richard Laplante said...

Might be useful at our place. Our kitchen floor is always a mess with dirty paw prints.

Anonymous said...

What's so special about this? It looks just like a coffee mug.

Anonymous said...

It's not the device's fault that your dog won't hold still to let you use it. If your dog will hold still, it is very useful.

What's so special about it? There are a bunch of bristles in the "mug" that go over your dog's foot, taking the mud with them.

Dog Beds said...

That was a great gadget for puppy's feet to keep it clean, I need that for my dogs.

Doggy Dish said...

The Paw Plunger is an incredible invention! There should be no doubt that a PUPPY with clean paws is happier than a puppy with dirty paws.

Anonymous said...

Wow it sounds great!
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