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SanWhirl Dog Jacuzzi: Spoiled Sweet or Spoiled Rotten?

Originally meant for use with medical treatments at Munich University's animal clinic, SanWhirl is now present in Germany as a jacuzzi for dogs. The company claims it offers a great stress-relief and pampering treatment, in addition to getting pups extra clean!

I can only imagine when this product makes it stateside. If you could pamper your pet in a puppy whirlpool, would you do it?

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wallaceo wallaceo 9 years
I thinks it looks fantastic! My dog is huge...and hate the tub. And during the winter, its too cold to wash him outside. So this would be ideal. But, I'm sure its ridiculously priced...I'd settle for one without the jacuzzi business though.
acemonkey acemonkey 9 years
My dog could care less. I put him in the shower with me to give him his bath and he HATES it.
tiabia tiabia 9 years
Sounds like a great idea, but it definitely depends on how your dog feels about water. What might seem relaxing, may actually be both stressful and frightening to them. My Tensil was afraid of when I used to give him a bath, he would actually cry and was very stressful for him.
luloops luloops 9 years
I totally agree with hydrotherapy for dogs. My Golden/Lab had temporary paralysis and this helped her walk again. Of course my pet insurance paid for half of it. My pitbull would be afraid of this though. Haha
nikodarling nikodarling 9 years
I think it looks kind of creepy, like the dog is being held down for some kind of weird medical experiment. I'll stick to throwing mine in the tub.
sharpai_luv sharpai_luv 9 years
definitely spoiled rotten.
msmishka msmishka 9 years
My kennel/groomer has one of these, and whenever my Soph is there, I book her for a "Spa Bath" with one of these. She has pretty severe hip dysplasia in her left hip and a degree of it in her right, so anything I can do to comfort her, I'm there.
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 9 years
If money wasn't in question then sure as a treat otherwise I think I'd leave the spa treatments for myself lol
summerraye21 summerraye21 9 years
Sullythewonderdogdogsmack (my pitter/greyhound) would hate it. It is a chore to get her to bathe...
kiddylnd kiddylnd 9 years
We actually have two or three doggie daycares here with hydrotherapy pools. It's beneficial for them just as it is for you and I, so I'm all for it. Of particular benefit are dogs with arthritis, dogs recovering from injury, and dogs who are unable to walk well. Also, when I'm stressed and tired what do I do? I take a long, soothing bath. Why should our pets be any different. Sniffing butts all day can be tiring! :wink:
bellanatella bellanatella 9 years
Spoiled rotten, but if you can afford it, go for it.
vinnie vinnie 9 years
my dog would love it, because he's a swimmer.
lilegwene lilegwene 9 years
I would do it -- if my dog didn't hate baths and water!! Poor thing, she has to get them like every two weeks and it is the worst 5 minutes of her life.
emalove emalove 9 years
If I had a dog and could afford this "jacuzzi", absolutely. I'm all for spoiling your pet! I spoil my cats rotten and I'm sure I'll be the same way with my children someday!
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
greysgirl14 greysgirl14 9 years
i would do that in a second:D
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