Muddy paw prints

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Poochnewbie Tue 09-Apr-19 22:17:35

Talk to me about your door mats and if there are any you find particularly good at stopping muddy paw prints getting spread all over the house.

Also any other tips are welcome. Are those paw cleaning tubs worth it?

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Wolfiefan Tue 09-Apr-19 22:19:18

When it’s muddy I put a towel down by the door. I rinse her feet with water and then walking over the towel dries them and grabs the last of the mud! A paw cleaning tub wouldn’t work for her giant feet. I have a washing up bowl reserved just for that. grin

Shizzy Tue 09-Apr-19 22:22:29

I've got one of those door mats which are supposed to clean off mud and it's useless with my mucky labrador. I've got an e-mop which is brilliant to mop up muddy paw prints. It's permanently in the kitchen. I lay a towel down by the kitchen door, the dog stands on it and if he's feeling cooperative, let's me wipe his paws. If not (and generally regardless), I follow him about with the e-mop and mop up the muddy paw prints. Not much help - sorry!

Wolfiefan Tue 09-Apr-19 22:24:38

I also bought a shower attachment which screws to a bottle. Useful for rinsing.
Come on summer. grin

Poochnewbie Wed 10-Apr-19 07:48:32

Thanks. The shower attachment sounds like a good idea.
Maybe I’ll buy her some welliesgrin

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Wolfiefan Wed 10-Apr-19 08:39:54

Haha. Then she will roll. This is what I bought. Useful for rinsing feet and undercarriage!
Kurgo Mud Dog Travel Shower www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00TUA98JA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_t1zRCbD84TNJE?tag=mumsnetforu03-21

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