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Heather Steines is the Executive Vice President of CCSI International, Inc., manufacturers of All Paws Pet Wash.

Mud: The side-effect of spring

March 21, 2014
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This afternoon I broke out my rake in hopes of wading through some leftover leaves from last fall. As soon as I stepped into the yard, my feet sunk. Mud. The dreaded, yet welcomed side-effect of spring. 

It was easy enough to wipe off my boots and take them off in the garage before heading inside. My pup, however, isn’t so trained. Mud is her new middle name. Thankfully, pet washes today have been designed for the likes of mud. 

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Non-porous and wipeable surfaces throughout the interior allow for every nook and cranny of a pet wash to be hosed down. It is a welcomed relief for customers to know that whether they rinse their muddy buddy on the floor of a pet wash or in the tub, the clean-up process is a cinch. 

And pet wash owners are pretty doggone happy about it, too! With an interior that can be sanitized and rinsed in a matter of minutes, muddy pets are welcomed customers.   Three cheers for spring … and mud!

To visit the All Paws Pet Wash website, click here