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Hose For Washing Dog In Bathtub

I first want to thank everyone for responding and helping me find a low fat diet for my dog Gracie. I have a new request. Does anyone know where I can find a portable hose to use in my bathtub to give my dogs a bath? I prefer to use the bathtub in my master where it is separate from my shower.

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I can't find a hose that would quickly connect to the nozzle. Does anyone have a suggestion of where I can get one or am I asking for something that doesn't exist? I tried to see if I could have a nozzle installed that connects to the faucet but they have to be installed the same time as the bathtub and would be too expensive to replace. Thanks.

Cosy from Columbia, SC

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September 22, 20080 found this helpful

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September 22, 20080 found this helpful

At Big Lots, I've seen hand-held pet sprayers that have a rubber cone-shaped adapter that just goes over the tub faucet. They're cheap, too. ($5-6, or so?)

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September 23, 20080 found this helpful

I found a rubber hose with a "shower" head on one end and a cup type thing on the other end that attaches securely to the water faucet.

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I got it in the health and beauty section at walmart. You can also find them in the bath aisle. Also at drugstores. Mine cost around $5. It's perfect for washing the dog.

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By Pat (Guest Post)
September 25, 20080 found this helpful

If your bathtub also has a shower, you can buy a diverter valve to install between the pipe and shower head that will allow you to easily attach a shower spray. This works very well. With my back problem, I sit on a shower bench and use the spray to bathe my dogs.

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May 18, 20180 found this helpful

My shower head and faucet didn't work with any of the suggestions I found. I have a small bathroom and now replace my sink aerator with a faucet adaptor at bath time. The adaptor connects to a hose fitting on the other end. I use a flexible hose between my sink and tub. It works like a charm.

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