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kid Wed 24-Nov-10 20:43:33

Why do parks have to be so muddy?
I took pup to the park tonight as I thought he could do with a good run around.

We met a lovely grey hound over there and they had a great time rolling around together. The problem was, my pup seemed to have brought most of the mud home with him.

I tried to trick myself into believing I'd get away with using a few babywipes on his. But after 4 wipes and no difference to the amount of mud, I decided a bath was needed.

Why can't they use fake grass or grow the grass on cotton wool or something? grin

JaxTellersOldLady Wed 24-Nov-10 21:55:57

ha, that is nothing! My friends 2 dogs actively seek out muddy puddles and lie in them! One even does a little side roll and it drives her insane.

Makes me laugh ... because my dogs dont do this! grin

I bought a towel that is sort of like a sleeping bag, it has a zip on the top that you can zip them into and dry them. Amazing thing. Then when they are dry you can just shake the mud outside and stick it in the machine.

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