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Normally my non-waterdogs hate baths. But today is hot HOT, and a perfect day to cool them off. Bath water was just barely warm and they hardly made a fuss. After a towel wipe off, I could have sworn I heard them say, Ahhhhh, lounging on their rug, all stretched out, with air conditioner going.
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Have to fool my dog, he's like a old man with a bad attitude, he's 14 yrs. old, and if he even sees a bucket, he goes into the bedroom, or bathroom, and refuses to come out. Loves treats, and will not even come out for a treat, American bulldog weighs 85 lbs., ain't no carrying him out !!!! T Rex
 

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My wife has a dog grooming shop.
Its funny how many owners say their dogs act up when they try to bathe
them at home. 9 times out of 10, after they drop them off the dog behaves
completely different. My idea is that they're like kids... they know what they
can get away with at home.
I have a service dog...he will come into the shower if i call him.
I don't do that very often but its a good way to get the sand of his feet
on a wet day.
 

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Long haired and thick haired dogs-like the one in the imogi-can overheat from the sun if not dried off enough before going outside.

The outside hair hair acts as an insulator and the inside hair just gets hotter and hotter and hotter.

Be be careful with that.
 
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