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Dogs are cute — but they’re also a little dirty. Unless you can get those little dog booties on them before they go outside, they’re bringing whatever they walked through into your home, including dirt and mud. If that grosses you out or you simply don’t want muddy paw prints all around your house, you should check out the MudBuster Portable Dog Paw Washer.
MudBuster Portable Dog Paw Washer, $12.99–$29.67 (Orig. $19.99–$33.99)
“We have a Dalmatian who likes to dig in the red dirt in our backyard and come back into our white decorated house. Talk about a mess,” explained one Amazon reviewer. “Before, to clean her off, it was usually a team effort … But with this, it was so easy to clean her by myself! I would recommend this to anyone who has a pup with constantly dirty paws.”
To use the product, add a little water to the MudBuster and gently insert your dog’s muddy paw. Give the device a little twist and move it up and down — there are soft silicone bristles inside to help remove dirt. “Muddy paws go in, clean paws come out,” according to the product description.
It’s easy to use and handy after long walks, trips to the beach or muddy hikes. If you have a dog that likes to dig holes in the yard, you may even want to keep this by your back door.
“Best. Thing. Ever. This product works like a charm,” wrote another Amazon reviewer. “It gets the sand from between their pads and is gentle enough that even my most stubborn pup tolerates it!”
You can get the MudBuster in a few different colors and, more importantly, a few different sizes. According to the brand, the medium MudBuster is perfect for medium-sized dogs with paws between 2.5 and 3.5 inches wide. Otherwise, there are also small and large sizes. (Note: Price will vary based on size.)
Simply put, dirty paws are no match for the MudBuster.
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