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Booster Bath Elevated Dog Bathing and Grooming Center

Booster Bath Elevated Dog Bathing and Grooming Center

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    Brilliant!

    By DiscDog on Nov 10, 2017

    This bathtub is genius. I bought the stairs that go with it, and I would recommend that. Putting the tub together was a snap, and it is solid with no wiggling or tippy-ness. My jumpy Irish Setting is very secure while in it. My dog's calmness while standing in the elevated tub is surprising. I would This bathtub is genius. I bought the stairs that go with it, and I would recommend that. Putting the tub together was a snap, and it is solid with no wiggling or tippy-ness. My jumpy Irish Setting is very secure while in it. My dog's calmness while standing in the elevated tub is surprising. I would have guessed he would have tried to jump over one of the sides, instead, he stands calmly and contentedly while in the tub - even if I leave him alone for a minute. And, ergonomically, I could not be more pleased. It is so much easier on my back not to have to bend over while bathing my pup. This is a well-designed item and I highly recommend it. … more

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    Make sure that you have all of the hadware

    By Strippedparts on Oct 13, 2017

    Before you put the bath together make sure that you have all of the parts and that they are functional. I received the tub very quickly from Chewy but when I put the tub together the five start knobs were stripped and I could not use them. I called and spoke to a very nice person at Chewy and she told Before you put the bath together make sure that you have all of the parts and that they are functional. I received the tub very quickly from Chewy but when I put the tub together the five start knobs were stripped and I could not use them. I called and spoke to a very nice person at Chewy and she told me I would need to contact Booster Bath directly. She gave me the option to send the bath back but the bath does not come apart once it is put together. I emailed Booster Bath two weeks ago and have not had a return email, phone call or the parts sent to me. It looks like a great product but it would have been nice if the manufacture Booster Bath got back to me. … more

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    When I first saw this item, I thought 'Woo Hoo! no more back pain for me!" I watched the video that demonstrates the Booster Bath in use and decided to purchase. The setup was easy, thank goodness. The concept is nice and the holder for shampoo is a plus. Now, I have a puppy (pit 9mths) and she won't use the little staircase that attaches to the bath. Although there are only 3 steps, the steps are very narrow and small. My husband has to lift her into the tub, not good on the back, especially when she doesn't want to be in it. The Booster Bath is made of plastic (?) so it's not sturdy. The 3 part holder/collar is a good idea, but my puppy will move front and hind legs to try to get out. With When I first saw this item, I thought 'Woo Hoo! no more back pain for me!" I watched the video that demonstrates the Booster Bath in use and decided to purchase. The setup was easy, thank goodness. The concept is nice and the holder for shampoo is a plus. Now, I have a puppy (pit 9mths) and she won't use the little staircase that attaches to the bath. Although there are only 3 steps, the steps are very narrow and small. My husband has to lift her into the tub, not good on the back, especially when she doesn't want to be in it. The Booster Bath is made of plastic (?) so it's not sturdy. The 3 part holder/collar is a good idea, but my puppy will move front and hind legs to try to get out. With that said, bath time is a two person job with this tub. One person to holder her in place and the other to wash. I've used the tub at least 4 times and will continue to use it, with caution. As my puppy gets older I hope she'll be more relaxed in this tub and allow bath time to go smoothly. … more

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  • Good price, cute tub, but bad instructions to assemble and use.

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    Booster Bath has quite a few promo videos on the Internet, but they omit important details regarding the assembly and use of this product. One video shows a small girl taking the Booster Bath out of its box. She just snaps the four legs onto the bottom of the tub, and that's all there is to it. Believe me, it's not that simple. The instructions do not contain a list of parts to be assembled. They also do not show a full picture of the parts, making them hard to identify. I managed to get the legs properly snapped into place, but the next instruction gave me a headache. It said, "Put 12 rubber bumpers into receiving holes in the bottom of each booster pedestal." The picture showed Booster Bath has quite a few promo videos on the Internet, but they omit important details regarding the assembly and use of this product. One video shows a small girl taking the Booster Bath out of its box. She just snaps the four legs onto the bottom of the tub, and that's all there is to it. Believe me, it's not that simple. The instructions do not contain a list of parts to be assembled. They also do not show a full picture of the parts, making them hard to identify. I managed to get the legs properly snapped into place, but the next instruction gave me a headache. It said, "Put 12 rubber bumpers into receiving holes in the bottom of each booster pedestal." The picture showed one bumper and one hole, but it didn't show anything else. The rubber bumpers obviously help the tub stay in place, but the legs didn't have any holes to hold them. I soon came to the conclusion that the Booster Bath was a really a Booster Bomb and that I would be better off sending it back to its creator. As I was stuffing the parts back into the box, I ran across four small pieces. I noticed the little pieces had holes in them. I counted the holes. There were twelve of them. Lo and Behold! I had finally found the pedestals, but if the instructions had given any indication that they were not attached to the legs, I would have found them sooner. Booster Bath boasts that the tub can be used indoors and outdoors. Outdoors, we see a dog being rinsed with a garden hose. We see the water leaving the tub though the drain tube on its way to saturate the ground. I wondered if a puddle of water formed when the ground became saturated. I also wondered how the dog could tolerate the icy water in the garden hose, but Booster Bath soon reveals that the hose is not just a garden hose. It's really a washing machine hose. Booster Bath expects you to use your washing machine plumbing, and if you want to bath your dog indoors, your laundry room better have a drain built into the floor. My washing machine sits in a tiny closet. Closets don't have drains in the floor. I can't reach the fixtures, but even if I could, I'm not about to purchase longer hoses with special fittings just to accommodate the Booster Bath. Booster Bath looks easy to use outdoors, but they don't demonstrate a simple way to use the tub indoors. I had to figure that one out on my own. I live in an apartment. The only indoor drain that could accommodate the Booster Bath is in the bathtub, so I placed the little tub next to the big tub and put the drain hose there. Booster Bath comes with a nice nozzle that clips to the side of the tub. The nozzle makes it easy to turn the water on and off. Unfortunately, the nozzle is useless if you don't have a garden hose attached to it. I soon came to the realization that I didn't need a garden hose. My bathtub has its own hose. It's long and it's attached to my handheld shower. It's difficult to adjust the water pressure and I can't turn the shower on and off very easily, but I can still use it to wash my dog in the Booster Bath. The drain's another issue, but not a major one. The drain hose is not threaded. It's just pushed into a hole in the bottom of the tub. When I was done bathing my dog, I moved the tiny tub away from the big tub. I didn't move it far, or with any force, but the drain hose slipped out of the bottom of the tub and spilled its contents on to my bathmat. Be forewarned, that if the Booster Bath gets bumped, the drain hose can easily fall out of place. … more

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