Just like with a toddlers toys; the dirtiest and most torn is the one that received the most love.
And just when he had it broken in the way he liked it……
So they has seperate washing machine to washes doggie stuffs, eh.
Wash out the slobber and the hair
Or you don’t get no towel there
If you do mess that kitchen floor
You ain’t gonna rock and roll no more
Yuckety yuck (don’t talk back)
Just finish cleanin’ up your towel
Let’s see that gust fly from your bowels
Get all that garbage out of sight
Or you sleep outside all Friday night
Yuckety yuck (what a muck!)
You just put a brush on your coat instead
And put the towel to the laundromat
And when you finish doin’ that
Dog hear this song done by the cat
Yuckety yuck (don’t bark back)
Don’t you give me no dirty looks
Your master’s hip, he knows what cooks
Just tell your hoodwinked towel right
You got time to remake ya “pride”
Yuckety yuck (history comes back)
PSA: Don’t use all those chemicals in Febreze, laundry soap, etc . . . can you imagine what that must smell like to a dog?? I use unscented laundry soap, both due to scent-sitivity of mine, and for the dogs’ sake when I wash their beds and toys.
Washing it took a load off her mind.
Alas, all those ‘delightful’ odors lost forever….. or at least until new ones are infused.
Our Doree did not like when her towel got dirty or stinky. She would pull it out of her bed to let me know it was time to wash it. I eventually learned to wash it weekly. I was difficult to train.
Well, it’s back to the starting board.