POPSUGAR Pets Poll Which of These Products Belongs in Your Bathroom? by Pets 10/03/08 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Is bathtime hard or easy in your home? Even if your furry friend's a water baby, the Rinse Ace pet accessories line has a little of everything for 10 bucks or less. Would any of these make your life easier? Read More GroomingBathingProductsBathroomBathPollBath Products POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Tech Vegetarian Home Food Love and Sex DIY Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Glittersniffer 7 years I wish we had good attachment points for bathing tethers for bathing Gracie...sometimes she starts to get silly, and that's a tough thing to bear when she's 40 lbs and splashing around in the tub! Alas, it's my parents big honking sunken tub, so no real options for tie-ups. Rubyrald 7 years I need all of them LadyP 7 years I'd like to have all of it! BalooB 7 years The caddy, tethers and glove would be great for my dog. Ellenora 7 years I think I need all of them...minus the towel. We've got plenty of them. Phasekitty 7 years The hair snare and the mitt would be awesome! I also really like that caddy. Brando's got one of the microfiber towels and he's always trying to eat it! fuzzles 7 years Ooops! That should have been simply, bathing mat! If you are looking for a mat, you might want to check out the kitchen section of a hardware store, or maybe even a Target-like retailer. I think I paid about 2 or 3 bucks for a set of two kitchen sink mats. fuzzles 7 years While not a Hair Snare mat, I have something similar under my kitchen sink. It is actually one of those suction-cupped mats with a fine weave meant for preventing broken dishes! I bought it at a Home Depo-esque store, in the kitchen section, as a means to make one of my Persians more secure while being bathed in the kitchen sink. Works great, as the fear of slipping and sliding in the sink is greatly reduced, and hence, their anxiety! wren1 7 years My dog would probably love a rub down with that mitt.