Magic does exist in the world with a system like this.
Giving your dog a bath can be quite the task. Sometimes you hope it's as fun as it looks in the movies where there is laughter and playful splashing. However, more times than not, your bath time usually consists of lots of barking, growling, and unwanted dirty water and dog shampoo all over your bathroom floor.
That is why we are pleased to see that the engineers behind Bissell have come up with a solution that saves water while also making it easier for you to get your pup super clean.
Feel like giving them a bath in the living room? Cool, because you can definitely do that with this bath system. And you won't leave a mess behind either! This system can clean a pet over eighty pounds with just 48 ounces of water, which is insane compared to the 19 gallons you use when using a bathtub. Portable bathing never looked so good!
So how does this work? This vacuum cleaner, in all of its glory, does the dirty job of cleaning through the fur all the way down to the skin with the help of warm water from a separate tank. The soft suction on the specially-designed nozzle nourishes and cleans the skin, emitting the soap and water while sucking up dirt at the same time. The water then travels down the hose into the separate dirty water tank which you then empty.
It also comes with a Face & Paws Microfiber Cloth for cleaning those sensitive areas around the eyes and nose, as well as No-Rinse Shampoo..
If you have an anxious dog that is sensitive to noises such as vacuums or any other sounds, don't worry. This system comes with a users guide that helps you with acclimating your pup to scary vacuums.
Check out a tutorial on the next generation of dog-bathing.
Does this sound too good to be true? Nope. This sounds like the perfect tool that we've desperately been waiting for. Order this today so you and your four-legged family member can have a more enjoyable bath-time experience. Say goodbye to traditional bathing methods today!
What do you think about this cleaning system? How do you bathe your dog? Tell us in the comments below!