I recently wrote How to Wash a Dog using Bentley as my model. When you have two dogs that usually means two baths. Bentley is easy to bathe because he loves the process. Pierre on the other paws, not so much. To his credit, he has gotten better about the entire ordeal. Since Bentley and I narrated the last post, I am turning the keyboard over to Pierre for his point of view.
Pierre: “Greetings everyone. Please be warned that this post will contain a four-letter word that is not mentioned in polite canine culture. I must share the torture that is my B-A-T-H.
I’ll admit that my first mistake was following “her” into the bathroom. Before I knew what was happening, I was being soaked and there was no escape!
I wanted to run when she was pouring the shampoo but she outsmarted me. My beautiful stink was going down the drain.
The pupparazzi always tries to catch stars looking their worse. Experience my dreaded stink eye!
Of course, Bentley had to come in and make fun of my wet dog look. He is just jealous that he doesn’t have my gorgeous locks of fur.
I enjoy a spritz with a de-tangling conditioner before my blow dry. There is nothing handsome about a mat unless you’re talking about Matt Damon.
My baths aren’t that bad and my beautician knows just how I like my hair styled.
Bath time means getting my teeth brushed. Mmmm, beef flavored toothpaste!
Don’t let ‘em gag you, but remember it is important to get those back teeth for kissable breath.