After my dog, Bella, has given me her unconditional love and devotion for over 10 years, I had the good fortune of getting to bathe with her twice in one month. It was a rare treat, but I couldn’t believe it. It was more than a bath; it was a conversation with the sweet soul behind the door. This has been the most rewarding experience of my life.
When it comes to baths, there are two types of people: those that are happy and those that are sad. The ones that are sad are the ones that keep their bath towels hanging in their room, and the ones that are happy are the ones that get to bathe with their dogs. This is because dogs know how to take baths.
The story of the dog that has the bath towel on its bed has a happy ending. Not every dog likes baths, and this one, having been turned away from the door, was left to soak in the bath tub. The bath is taken from an alley and the dog quickly becomes a dog that just loves to soak in the water. We can all relate to this story. I found this story even more touching than the dogs that love baths so much.
It’s a good thing when dog owners have dogs that love baths. I mean, I don’t know about you, but I have a dog that loves baths that I don’t know how to take.
I can totally relate to this story. In the summer of 2011 I started a blog called “A Dog That Loves Baths,” a place where I wrote about the weird things that I did with my dog. One of the things that I do with my dog in baths, which is the most extreme version, is that I actually give him a bath. (I have a dog that loves baths… a dog that loves bath, not a dog that loves my blog.
I don’t know what he thinks about baths, but I know what you think about them, so I’m not going to tell you. But if you’re a dog that loves baths, then you know what I’m about to say.
That dog is really into baths. When I give him a bath, he is always excited to go in the tub. He loves the sound of the water as it fills and his fluffy bath towel is always soaking in it. And he loves the water that I leave in him to soak up all of the shampoo that I use. If you give your dog a tub bath, you will usually find that the water has a great deal of shampoo left in it.
You may not think you know a lot about how dogs react to baths, but you definitely know about how dogs react to showers. I don’t know about you, but when I shower my dog gets very excited. Its not only that it loves the sound of the water, but it loves the feeling of the water making my fur slippery and easy to slide his tongue between my teeth. Like a big wet ball of fur that you can slide your dirty paws between.
It also loves the fact that the water is cold, and he’s going to get all messy and wet. For the dog, it’s all about the water.
You know you and your dog have a great relationship when you both get excited about the same thing.