Canine Shower Stall

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Nobody wants a dirty dog, but cleaning Fido can be more trouble than it’s worth at times. Those of you with dogs that don’t like water no exactly what we’re talking about. The Canine Shower Stall provides the perfect solution for you and your loved one.

Standing at nearly 31 inches high, this plastic doggy spa comes complete with 16 water jet nozzles to penetrate thick fur coats, and an adjustable handheld shower head for cleaning Fido’s paws and underbody. There’s also no need to worry about your pet pal getting loose thanks to the two integrated leashes that gently keep your dog in place while you get him/her’s coat shining like new again. The shower stall was designed for all size dogs (up to 200 pounds) and features two locking canisters with removable shelves for smaller breeds. Get yours  from Hammacher Schlemmer.

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