After using the whole pack I feel obligated to write a glowing review for these. I have used these on my 12 year old lab who can be a bit of a pain to get into the tub in the winter so I use these mitts between baths. What I've loved them most for are for shelter dogs though! I take shelter dogs out for the day and sometimes I don't know them well enough to risk a whole bathing ordeal. So I suds one of these mitts up and rub them down. They work for both long and short haired dogs, but obviously work better on short haired dogs. They don't leave a weird residue in their fur and smell pretty good! Overall I think these are a great buy and do more deep cleaning than a regular dog wipe. I wouldn't consider them reusable though as they really only get sudsy the first time you wet them.
Scout is a therapy dog. Sometimes we have to get ready for an impromptu visit. The wipes are the greatest for a quick bath.
Quick, easy, efficient way to wash a dog who hates baths.
I found out about these from someone who brought my puppy to me and the pup got a little carsick. They are fabulous. A bit expensive, but worth it. All you need is water and the mitt releases a nice amount of soap. My puppy is cream colored and he gets a bit dirty from being outside. I use these to clean him up between grooming. They work great. You can reuse them until they are out of soap, so if you are just doing the paws, you can let it dry and use again. For me they are a must!
I wanted so badly to love this product. I don't know if I got a bad batch or if these just don't work...they say to "just add water" and then the mitt with soap already in it will clean your dog. 1st one I used had no soap, no suds...nothing. 2nd one I tried had a small amount of soap come but it wasn't enough to do anything for my older dog who is a medium size. Also, it states on the pack that these are reusable (multiple times and varies on number of times with size of dog)...my first thought is what would use reuse if there is no soap coming out? Then how do you reuse a mitt that gathers hair off the dog and if you rinsed it to get the hair off there again would be no soap....proving these bathing mitts useless.
This was autoshipped BEFORE I HAD A CHANCE TO REVIEW IT. SORRY FOR THE MISTAKE 111
We are always looking for something to use on our rescue, Emma, between grooming. Emma is 60 pounds, thick fur in some places, medium length. The mit got soapy, but didn't seem to get the dirt off. This may work for a less dirty, short haired dog... not sure.
What an amazing product for our dogs. We have a Labrador and Pitbull and these work perfect. Neither of them like the bathroom so it's a war zone to get them in there and settled down. These mitts are great. We take them to the front yard, wet the mitt, wipe them down, towel off. Plus the dogs get to enjoy the outdoor weather while they're getting a nice massage from their owners.
Better than a washcloth, Our Senior English mastiff wears a diaper in the house, I was using a washcloth to wipe her bottom after she was outside, but these are so much nicer your hand is inside so you’re not touching the actual debris on her bottom and you can turn it over so you’ve got two sides to use, Also they rinse out very nicely you can do it in the toilet or the sink.. so they can be used many many times. Some have complained about lack of suds, two out of my five has lots of suds, however I’m not really concerned about soap as I am about the warm water cleaning her off.. and if it’s a particularly nasty time .. use the shampoo no rinse On the pad.
This product offers an opportunity to freshen up your pup with minimal mess. The disposable wipes are a good thickness. The scent is great and my dogs enjoy a little quick touch up. It works best on my short haired dogs.