You know how I love to run and play in my new backyard. Not a problem when it's dry. But when it has rained ... well ... I get muddy paws! And sometimes, when I first go out to run-and-check the perimeter, I'll find a bunny or two in the back brush and wow, let the chase begin! No way can I catch two of those critters. The first usually escapes under one of the gates if he's not too chubby. The other then hides under the shed. So I'll round-a-bout the shed for awhile, doing my best digging work with nose-and-paws to scare him out of there. Do I succeed? Well, no. Never. Not yet. But I do succeed in getting "muddy paws" and often even a "muddy nose". So, out comes the Paw Plunger!
The humans here LOVE the Paw Plunger. Me? Well, it's OK. I don't really mind it much. I'm a pretty good dog when it comes to stuff like this. Here ... I'll show you how it works. Cause the other day I came up to the deck after a good runabout and I had really muddy paws full of twigs and grass clippings and yuk ... and even my nose was all brown!
All done! See the wet paw prints. Soon as I dry off in a bit of sunshine I get to go inside for a treat and some nap time. I haven't yet figured out what's so awful about muddy paws. They don't bother me at all so I don't know why they bother my humans do much. Do they bother your humans?