I don't mind bathing your dog, but I'm not driving the distance, and paying for gas to do it.
I took Annie to the groomer.... first time I ever took one to the groomer. Just too much for me... still have issues from being sick in Nov.THAT is a very good set of reasons not to do it.
River (bloodhound) is all cleaned now. She is easy but huge. She gets in the tub on her own and is very calm about it all.
Tilly (coonhound) is also clean. She takes a bit of help getting into the tub but once in behaves well.
Next up is Sable the very athletic pitsky. She will take 3 people to get into the tub. It takes one to carry, one to block, and one to manage the door. She is also the smallest dog. Once in the tub I can manage her. It's just the getting her in that's a challenge.
I took Annie to the groomer.... first time I ever took one to the groomer. Just too much for me... still have issues from being sick in Nov.
I get tired just reading all you have planned.If I were under the weather (recovering) a groomer would be a must.
We got Sable clean so all is well. It indeed took all 3 humans to get her in the tub. Once in she is 100% easy to wash.
Next (after switching laundry) will be cleaning coops and installing a new motion activated floodlight in the big run.
THEN cleaning the bathroom, taking a shower and finishing the shopping.
I get tired just reading all you have planned.
I did pick up feed and trying to get motivated to unload
Caught it. Moms are mad at me.Good morning all
I caught 2 of the 3 poults that are left last night. The other ran off into the brush, but was still running around this morning. Hopefully I can catch it tonight.