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Monday, October 29, 2007

Dog Washing Station at Pacific Cannery Lofts


I've had golden retrievers since the 1970's. Yes, I was one of those people who took their dog to class or on campus whenever I could. Jones, my current golden is often in need of a bath so I take her to the local laundramutt (aka Petco) for a bath. I recently went to buy my tokens and found that the price of a dog bath has gone up to $15 a pop. Wow!!
Pacific Cannery Lofts will have a dog washing station for use by all homeowners and their pets with hot and cold running water and dog shampoo. We need to thank Jones for the inspiration for this one.

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Blogger Richard said...

My girlfriends parents just remodeled their house, and one of the customizations they put in was a dog bath in one of the bathrooms next to the back door. From listening to them, its the greatest things since sliced bread because it keeps their pug from running all over the house after the bath getting everything wet and means they don't have to bend over washing him in the bath tub to keep him stink free. It seems like a bit much for one family to have a dedicated dog bath, but for a neighborhood I think its brilliant. It seems like the type of thing that will get everyone to know each other and their pets.

November 3, 2007 at 10:43 PM  
Blogger Richard said...

My girlfriends parents just remodeled their house, and one of the customizations they put in was a dog bath in one of the bathrooms next to the back door. From listening to them, its the greatest things since sliced bread because it keeps their pug from running all over the house after the bath getting everything wet and means they don't have to bend over washing him in the bath tub to keep him stink free. It seems like a bit much for one family to have a dedicated dog bath, but for a neighborhood I think its brilliant. It seems like the type of thing that will get everyone to know each other and their pets.

November 3, 2007 at 10:44 PM  

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