Man creates ‘brilliant’ mini shower in the garage for his two dogs who love to ‘roll in poo’ on their walks – and it cost just £90 after he bought the tiles and fittings second-hand online
- Paul Rymer, from Leeds, created a dog washing station for his pups for £90
- Explained the two canines loved nothing more than rolling in poo during walks
- Decided to install shower for them in garage so they’d stop getting house muddy
Dog owners know only too well the pesky task of washing mud – or worse – off their beloved pets’ fur after an eventful walk.
Paul Rymer, from Leeds, has come up with the perfect solution to keep his two pups pristine after their daily outings – and all for just £90.
The savvy animal lover decided to build a mini dog shower in his garage using second hand goods – and now washes the playful canines before they have the chance to rush inside and get the house muddy.
Taking to Facebook group DIY On A Budget Official, Paul shared an adorable snap of one of his pups waiting patiently for a shower – while donning a red and white patterned shower cap.
Paul Rymer, from Leeds, has come up with the perfect solution to keep his two pups pristine after their two daily walks. Pictured, Kenny complete with shower cap)
People loved the dog-owner’s ‘brilliant idea’ with some noting the dog’s shower was better than their own
He penned: ‘Got two dogs that constantly roll in poo while there out walking so made this in the corner of the garage.
‘All done with second hand or cheap stuff from the internet. Cost about £80-£90 all in and a bit of hard work. But happy with the results.’
The shower, which stands at around one metre-high, features stylish white and grey tiles and is equipped with a mobile shower head.
Paul completed the look by attaching a small plaque which reads: ‘Oscar and Kenny’s dog wash station.’
The shower is located in Paul’s garage and is about one-metre high tall. It features modern tiles and is equipped with a small shower head (pictured)
The animal lover even added a small plaque in the shower which reads: ‘Oscar and Kenny’s dog wash station’ (pictured)
Taking to Face book group DIY On A Budget Official, Paul told how the dog shower cost around £90 – and he made it using second-hand or bargain items he found online
And it wasn’t long before other dog owners took to the comments section to praise the genius idea.
‘That’s better than my own shower! Well done indeed,’ praised one, while a second wrote: ‘That’s a really good idea.’
A third impressed member of the social media page enthused: ‘Omg what amazing, what a brilliant idea. Absolutely love it.
Meanwhile, a fourth added: ‘This is brilliant love the shower cap.’
Members of the DIY Facebook group were quick to take to the comments section to praise the innovative idea (pictured)