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Rated 5 out of 5 by CarolynTN Very Great Invention
This works perfectly to clean the dog's paws. It has soft bristles that clean when you remove your pet's paw. I ordered both a medium and a small, but the small works best for my miniature poodles, who weigh about 18 lbs. You need a snug fit for the bristles to work. I place their foot into the holder, and slosh it around a bit, then remove the paw and dry it off. I've only had mine for about a week and both of my dogs are completely used to it. This is great if you have sprayed your yard with any type of bug spray or fertilizer and you want to make sure there's no residue your dogs could pick up and lick off. It's also great for mud and dirt.
September 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by geech For Several reasons, it is better than paper towels
The snow is melting and the frost coming out of the ground and here come my two seventy pound "girls" on to the porch with eight paws of mud. With paper towel and old rags in hand, I attempt to clean the paws with only limited success.
With the paw plunger, I am ready with cloth toweling on the floor, each leg is placed into the plunger, It move the plunger up and down a few time, out comes the paw onto the towel for drying. Task completed and no mud is brought in to the kitchen. I am happy and the "girls" are happy.
May 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by sp2002 FANTASTIC
This works so good on my Yorkies paws. I ordered the petite size and it is perfect for her. We had a bad snow storm and as it is melting it is leaving everything very wet with some mud. The Paw Plunger takes everything off her paws and she does not really mind it. So very glad I bought this. Just make sure you clean it out each time. I turn it upside down on a paper towel and let it drain in between washing her paws each time.
March 9, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by GSPMolly Not Worth It
I originally purchased this item to clean my dog's paws after she was out playing in the yard. During the winter it gets really muddy outside and I thought the Paw Plunger would simplify our cleaning process. Unfortunately this was not worth the expense or hassle. It is much easier to simply use a damp towel like we've always done. If your dog only comes inside once or twice a day I suppose it might work for you. If you have a dog that comes in and goes out several times throughout the day and evening, like we do, then you may get tired of using the Paw Plunger since it requires draining and refilling with warm clean water for each use. The upside is that it does get the paws clean but will your dog let you put their paws inside the opening which resembles a garbage disposal cover.
February 12, 2015