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Paw Plunger for Dogs, Medium - Black

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  • Gentle bristles clean your dog's paws
  • No detergent or other chemicals necessary
  • Prevents paw irritation due tosalt or other contaminents in the environment
  • Removes dirt and grim from paws, before they touch the carpet or furniture
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6 x 6.5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FVXSL2
  • Item model number: PAW170
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,460 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Paw Plunger is simply the best solution for dirty paws: When you pup comes in from playing outside, fill Paw Plunger with water up to the top row of bristles. One by one place each paw inside the Paw Plunger and let the gentle bristles clean dirt and grim from those dirty paws. Voted Best Dog Product Of 2012 by Blogpaws.com and winner of the 2012 The Next Big Zing Pet Category - Best Product Award. Prevent your pet from cleaning his paws on the carpet or furniture and remove salt and other irritants in the winter. Once you use a Paw Plunger you'll wonder how you lived without it.


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Customer Reviews

My dog is 40# and the medium was the perfect size.
Eve
This product is very effective, well designed and is exactly what we needed.
Louis Wingo
If you have a dog who gets muddy paws, paw plunger is the answer!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Dog Lover on December 30, 2006
When my wife bought a Paw Plunger I thought she'd lost her mind. It looked like a gimmick of little value. Boy, was I wrong. We have three dogs and live in a woods with a creek. That means 12 muddy feet every time they go outside almost year 'round. This tool has made feet cleaning so much easier and efficient than it was with the old towel-dry method. It really works! The dogs are happier. My wife and I are happier. The only guy who hates this tool is the guy who used to clean our carpets every month....we only see him twice a year now. I actually bought Paw Plungers for friends and family members with dogs and they love it, too. Worth every Dime!
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Virgo Babs on January 10, 2008
We have a one year old 70-80 lb. male boxer who has made our small back yard into a complete muddy pigsty. The paw plunger has been an absolutely crucial in keeping the mud out of the house. My husband and I have been using it for 9 or 10 months now; we have never had any problems with the product. Our dog enters the house from the back door, which leads to a WHITE kitchen floor, so clean paws are a must. Our dog tolerates it very well; he patiently stands on the rug at the back door until all of his paws have been cleaned. I have never had any issues with his paws getting stuck; there is plenty of room for his paw to get in and out of the plunger. The person who mentioned that in their review didn't specify what breed of dog they had; I imagine it would take a very large dog for that to happen. Some people also had complaints that the paw plunger was heavy and cumbersome. It does get much heavier when you fill it with water of course, but you can also clean your dog's paws as the paw plunger sets on the floor. Taking into consideration that you are only using it for a minute or two, I don't consider weight to be an issue. I do not find the paw plunger to be messy by any means; as I am drying my dog's paw I hold his paw over the paw plunger so any drips of water land in the paw plunger, not on the floor. The paw plunger also has 2 sets of lids that both screw down tightly, so if it is accidentally tipped over, water would not dump everywhere. My house would be a muddy nasty mess without the paw plunger; I would be mopping my floors and cleaning my carpets several times a day without it. I think the paw plunger is worth every penny, I am so glad I found something that worked as well as I hoped it would!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Reader on March 11, 2012
While I like the fact that this has a lid, it is not the easiest thing to use. It's awkward to stick my dog's paw in, and the plastic flaps make it difficult to get it out. I also don't think it does much to actually clean my dog's paws. I am better off using a simple plastic bowl that I fill with water.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Hunter-Ceci on June 10, 2008
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We used to use wet-wipes/baby wipes to clean off our greyhounds muddy feet; we used to go through 3 packs a week! Now we keep a rag by the door (which we have to change every two to three days) and we fill up the paw plunger before going out. It does a great job of getting off caked on mud. It also works wonders on our Afghan hounds feet (bigger feet, lots more hair).

It is very easy and takes what used to be a terrible five minutes with the greyhound and made it a quick one-minute breeze. (afghan takes longer, but thats due to all the hair!)

If your dog's paws are too big to go through the top, what you can do is unscrew the top, places your dogs paw in the water, the put your dogs paw through the BOTTOM of the scrubbing part, while still holding over the water. This should clean the paws and get rid of any tough dirt.
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55 of 76 people found the following review helpful By E. Simon on August 16, 2007
This is not a very safe product. My dog's paw got caught in the plunger. We were all stressed out specially him, not to mention the pain that he was in. He could not stop wailing so we called the emergency room. Because we were unable to cut the hard plastic, they asked us to bring him into the emergency room. On the way there, his paw released and he was not harmed. I believe that the problem is that the holes inside the plunger are big enough for dog's nails to get caught.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful By P. White on January 23, 2008
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This has really been a life saver for me. I have two dogs. one is an English Setter with long hair on his paws, and it does a great job of cleaning them! My Jack is too little to get into it.

The trick is to train them to be still while you dip their paws in the unit. I dip, squeeze the excess water from his paw and have the towel ready to dry, and he is such a good boy that he even turns around and lifts his back legs up for me..BUT...!

I can totally see the reviews in regards to it being too heavy and hard to use, because it really is! My wife and sister (when she watches the dogs) will not use it, they both say that it is too heavy and cumbersome for them. I just muscle through it and call it good.

I have since took the idea and made my own, lighter and smaller version that will work for my Jack Russell as well.

GREAT!!! idea, just needs some tweaking. If you don't mind a little work it really is better then standing there for 10 mins cleaning mud from between their toes when this does it in a few secs. In the summer it doesn't get used because the garden hose is WAY easier.

Hope this helps!
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