Springtime in the city!
The snow is melting! Yay!!!! Except that means it's really gross for walking the dogs. Gracie especially is so fluffy and low to the ground - it doesn't make a difference if we avoid puddles or not. These are some pictures following our walk yesterday. No - they weren't splashing around in puddles of mud. :sl*p:
Dirty is an understatement.
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How could you?!
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Feeling sorry for themselves after their bath, debating if the walk was worth it.
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My oh my...
Even a dirty cav is a cute cav :cool:
Oh my GOODNESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ah maybe you need to train them to walk on a treadmill inside or something LOL. Fletcher loves to walk but if that's the way he comes in every walk I don't know what I would do.
Cute even if dirty:)
Wow that is dirty! Guess it's that special slush/mud mix... ugh!
hahah! This is definitely the most extreme case, usually I can manage just running them under the bathtub faucet - this required a full bath with multiple shampoos.
I saw this the other day on the "Meanwhile in Canada" facebook page, and it's definitely the best way to describe it:
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So cute, and they are like my Kirra, she sadly comes home looking as if she has been out all night, and the bath becomes essential, much to her disdain :(
I can sympathize with you, my youngest is very hairy and shorter in the leg, but even he does not come home quite as dirty as that, he desperately needs a bath but I am waiting for the weather to warm up.