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April 30, 2010

Paw Plunger


In a pinch you can use it for your coffee.



Paw Plunger

No more muddy carpets.

Dip your dog's dirty feet in the Paw Plunger and they'll come out clean.

Just fill with warm water, insert a paw, then move the paw cleaner up and down.

The soft bristles inside the Paw Plunger will knock off clumps of mud and grass, remove road salt or pesticides, and leave your dog's paws dirt-free and safe for your furniture.

You can also use the Paw Plunger for medicinal soaks, or for melting the ice balls that get trapped in your dog's paws after a walk in the snow.

The bristles inside thoroughly clean in between your dog's paw pads.

The device's plastic, spill-resistant design makes cleanup easy.

No dripping like you get with hoses or water buckets.

Recommended for dogs 20-80 lbs.



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Vet visits are akin to calf roping. Methinks lil 'ol doggie paw washer would be least favorite gadget of family pet.

Posted by: Kay | May 6, 2010 6:46:52 PM

I'm not a dog-owner, but I question whether dogs will want you to push their paw into that container. Cool concept though.

Posted by: kaylen | Apr 30, 2010 4:09:50 PM

I give it ten seconds before the whole pot is splashed all over the room.

Posted by: Virginia | Apr 30, 2010 12:41:24 PM

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