04 October, 2008

Bath Time

Bath time is always fun time for my three little furry friends. The scrub in the tub is not real fun and they are not really keen having their faces washed and water in their eyes but they absolutely love! love! love! the rub down. Abbey above looks so angelic after her bath as if all her cheeky mischievous acts have been washed away along with the dirt, burrs and manure.
Abbey absolutely loves her rub down she will roll, kick her legs in the air, flip over, belly crawl on the floor and even when you throw down the towel as if her bath time is finish she will throw herself on the towel and keep rolling on it, funny girl!
This is Jatzie, she is more serious about bath time and has the fine hair of a Maltese terrier and doesn't like it been pulled or treated roughly. Bath time for her is usually a lot more gentle as not to matte her hair but don't get me wrong when the scrub is over she will run with delight and roll on that towel just like Abbey.

And last but not least this is Sarabie, she is not real impressed with bath time but tolerates it. Sarabie is the more of a clingy dog than the others. Look at those brown brown eyes, she just wants to be wrapped in a towel and cuddled. I think I fuss over Sarabie more than the others (can you tell!)

She will sit patiently and put up with the scrubbing and brushing but loves a cuddly and a snuggle afterwards on the lounge
Yeah I think she is a sweetie! I'm hopeless! I even let her sleep at end of my bed.


Grammy said...

I love your pictures and the story. I can tell you love them allot.

white_lilly said...

Thanks Ernie, it is very therapeutic
to have animals in your life.Do you have many pets?

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Awwww, so cute!

Hey Sue,
I just trotted over here to tell you thanks for the wonderfully supportive and kind comments you left for me on my blog, concerning my son's injury.
It is much appreciated :)

Take Care,

Grammy said...

I have 2 cats now.
I had a blue & gold McCall,unbrella cocatoo, African grey, and a number of other parrots. I had to let them go befor I moved I only kept Digger. The grey. Then I found we could not get this house warm enough so I had to find him a home too. He is with a bird show and is loved dearly by the man.
in the early 90's I had a pet store. So I had lots of baby's there even a peacock. I so enjoyed them all. But I am a bird & cat person.
I plan to get a pig if we get our place in Aug 09. And who knows what else I may get. I the ares of St. Louis I lived in Dogs did not work well for me. I could not keep them in the yard. So I did not try them again. But I have to pet every pup I see. lol

CeeCee said...

Isn't it funny how dogs are about bathes? Mine are the same way--act like you're dousing them in gasoline while the bath is going on, and then spring to life and want to play once a towel is involved.

white_lilly said...

Thanks Lisa, I'm glad your son is ok!

Hi Ernie, wow you had a pet shop, that would have been lovely, all those animals waiting to see you in the morning.I think pigs have character, if they didn't grow so big they would be good pets

Hi ceecee, yeah that is funny about dogs. My maltese dog got outside once after a bath and rolled in horse manure and came back inside green, not funny :)

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