May 15, 2017
It’s muddy season. An active dog running outdoors can wreak havoc with a clean home. But when it’s really cold out, the cold water that comes from an outdoor tap is extremely uncomfortable for dogs and humans alike. Solution? A warm water garden tap! This is an investment, but I can tell you it is well worth it.
Obviously, a stunning dedicated dog shower right inside the door would be awesome. But if you’re not up for major renovations, a quick fix is a great plumber and some clever copper magic. Ask your plumber if a device like this is something she might be able to install.
A warm water faucet makes the freezing muddy weeks of March-April and October-December here in Toronto an easy and more comfortable cleanup. Heck, it’s May now and we’ve had some really chilly days this month! Consider having this retrofit down now. You’ll be so glad you did, especially come November.
Do you have a clever solution for cold muddy dogs? Leave a comment below!
If you’d like to have your shiny, cleaned up doggy captured in an artful image for the wall or an album for your coffee table, I’d love to hear from you .