last night was bath night for kramer. it had been way to long since his last one and you know how little white fluffy doggies get dirty only in the greyest of ways. oh kramer and his baths . . as you can probably tell, he is not the biggest fan. but kramer, being the good dog he is, will stay in that bath without crying or trying to escape for as long as you need him to. he will sit, well stand rather, in the lukewarm water letting you wash and rinse and wash again until he is squeaky, squeaky clean. kramer is a brilliant dog.
i love the john paul pet doggy shampoo and conditioners especially the super bright shampoo and the oatmeal conditioning rinse. besides the facts that they are never tested on animals and are extremely good for dogs coats and skin, i love the way it makes kramer smell. rather, i love the way it doesn't make kramer smell. one thing i dread about taking kramer to be groomed is the way he comes home smelling afterward. it's as if they've dumped perfume and baby powder all over his sweet pink skin and white fluffy fur. after being bathed at home, kramer smells clean and fresh with almost no scent at all. the super bright shampoo is great for dogs with light or white coats. it keeps kramer's fur looking bright and clean while the oatmeal conditioning rinse is great for gently working out tangles while being kind to their sensitive skin. just add a jar for rinsing and a quick brush after drying and kramer is set.
kramer may never love being bathed but he doesn't mind being snuggled in a dry towel afterwards, especially with camden. if that doesn't do the trick a little treat after being dry never hurts. although, according to kramer, any kind of treat any time never hurts. - p. s. please excuse our old 1960's half blue bathtub, i know it's lovely . .
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