Dog knows how to take a shower all by himself…

May 24, 2017 3:17 pm Last Updated: May 24, 2017 3:17 pm

You know what they say? “Cleanliness is next to Dogliness!”

This pup exemplifies the concept of the full-evolved, self-sufficient canine. Not only does he know how to turn the water on and off, but he also is smart enough to use the stucco wall to get those hard to reach spots!


Clearly, he is fully enjoying this free shower. He uses his mouth to turn the spigot on and starts by getting the neck (dogs so often forget to wash their neck. Collar build-up is a huge problem in the world of hygiene resistant canines!

If you’ve got an itch and there is nobody around except some lame creepy guy taking pictures of you showering, you’re going to have to improvise to get that itch scratched! A stucco wall will do the trick!


I bet you never thought how interesting dogs can be until you watched this video! Probably not. It’s more likely you watched because you already know just how interesting dogs can be! Here are some other interesting facts we thought we’d share about dogs (and you dog owners!):

  • A dog’s sense of hearing is more than 10 times more accurate than that of a person.
  • The average dog can run about 19 miles per hour at full speed.
  • An adult dog has 42 teeth.
  • Seventy percent of people sign their pet’s name on greeting/holiday cards.
  • Dogs have twice as many ear muscles as people.
  • A dog’s sense of smell is more than 1 million times stronger than that of a person.
  • It is a myth that dogs are color blind; they actually see color, just not as vividly as a person.
  • More than 1 in 3 families in the United States owns a dog.
  • Obesity is the number-one health problem in dogs.
  • If never spayed or neutered, a pair of dogs can produce 66,000 puppies in 6 years.
  • A dog’s nose print is one of a kind, very similar to a person’s fingerprint.
  • The only sweat glands a dog has are between its toes.
  • People have been keeping dogs for pets for 12,000 years.
  • A female dog carries her puppies for about 60 days before they are born.

Now you know!


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