{bits & pieces: dog washing stations}


Do you think Miss P (Best In Show Winner 2015 Westminster Kennel Club) gets sprayed down in the back yard after she rolls around in the dirt? I imagine Miss P has a tricked-out dog washing station fit for the Top Dog. It sounds like a luxury doesn’t it? More and more homeowners are creating space in their laundry and mud rooms to accommodate their pets’ bathing, feeding, and sleeping needs. One of my favorite Houzz contributors, Becky Harris, shares her excellent 15 Doggone-Good Tips for a Pet Washing Station. But we should add that if you’re painting the walls in your pampered pooch parlour, Hirshfield’s recommends our Heavy Duty Latex Enamel — doggone indestructible and highly resistant to the splishing and splashing and inevitable after-bath shaking.

Dude, what’s with the hangdawg expression?

Here’s a link if you’re interested in building your own dog wash station.

Since Frank and Elizabeth Hirshfield opened their first store in 1894, it has been our mission to do the best job possible meeting customer needs and solving customer problems. Hirshfield’s. People and products you can trust.

One Response to “{bits & pieces: dog washing stations}”

  1. {color club’s top blog posts of 2015} | Hirshfield's Color Club Says:

    […] {bits & pieces: dog washing stations} But we should add that if you’re painting the walls in your pampered pooch parlour, Hirshfield’s recommends our Heavy Duty Latex Enamel — doggone indestructible and highly resistant to the splishing and splashing and inevitable after-bath shaking. […]


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