A little over a year ago our family of seven climbed into a family of eight with the addition of our gold Lab, Sam. Like most dog owners, we are convinced that Sam is the smartest, friendliest, most well behaved dog there ever was. We are also convinced that when he goes too long without a proper tub, he’s among the smelliest!
While we don’t have some renovation programs in the works, I am dreaming of having an area for Sam to bleach that is all his own. One which doesn’t call me lifting his heavy frame in precisely the same bathtub our children bathe in. See how homeowners and designers have added showering space due to their pups in laundry rooms, from mudrooms as well as outside.
Phil Kean Designs
One of the trickiest parts of getting pets to bathe is making them feel comfortable. Installing an outside shower just like the one shown this is bound to make your pet happier than plopping them in a bathtub. This pet shower can be perfect for those residing in a warmer climate.
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
This pet bath demonstrates that you don’t have to give up fashion for purpose. The homeowner incorporated classic transferware tile which complements the room’s decor.
Dijeau Poage Construction
In case you have a more contemporary aesthetic, this slick pet shower may be the inspiration you have been searching for. The easy-to-clean stainless stairs and sink supply the ideal surface to pamper your pooch.
Echelon Custom Homes
A simple to walk-in shower is ideal for large breeds and older pups. The shower revealed here is surrounded by tile, which is not difficult to clean.
This pet-grooming place was decorated to coordinate with the area’s function. In the background to the shelf of puppy treats, it’s a welcoming spot for man’s companion.
Kallweit Graham Architecture
Installing a pet shower just within the garage is ideal for animals who live primarily outdoors. Not only is this shower simple for dogs to walk into, but its paw-print tiles leave no question about what it’s used for.
Schrader & Companies
If you want to install a pet shower but don’t want to deal with a prefabricated bathtub, this picture demonstrates how you can create a space using a shower head, a drain and simple ceramic tiles.
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