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Lisa Miguel_Hurlburt wrote:
Where can I find the paw print dog tiles? - We are building a dog wash and I dont know where to find paw tiles?
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dog shower
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Tiles by Gavazzi INC
Tiles By Gavazzi can meet all your custom dog paw, fire hydrant, dog house and dog bone needs! I will place paws on your tile for as little as 5.00 per tile for a 4 x 4 or custom make fully vitrified tile at 3.00 per inch. Visit us on Etsy or
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debandjon wrote:
What are the dimensions of this dog shower? Love it!
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You'll have to contact the firm listed under the picture for their dimentions. Ours is 48" x 26 1/2" the curb is 8" high and walls are 48" high.
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Kallweit Graham Architecture
Thank you for your enquiry. This project was completed many years ago and we no longer have the information about this tile. Good luck with your project.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lily Gahagan added this to Houzz Pets: 50 Design-Loving Dogs
No steps at all works well too, especially for older dogs. Other dog–friendly details here include a rack for hanging leashes and — wait, are those paw print tiles I see?
Vanessa Brunner added this to 5 Pet Problems Solved by Design
5. Bath day. Washing your dog (especially if you have a gigantic one) can be a serious drag — particularly on the cleanliness of your shower. These homeowners worked out a solution by creating a dog-sized shower area. It's perfect for full-on baths or that quick rainy day rinse-off.
Danyelle Mathews added this to Pamper Your Pooch With a Dog Shower
Installing a pet shower just inside the garage is ideal for animals who live primarily outdoors. Not only is this shower easy for dogs to walk into, but its paw-print tiles leave no question as to what it's used for.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

maudepace001 added this to maudepace001's ideas
This is nice right off the garage
Angie added this to aolson3446's ideas
but raised with ramp and higher sides
Tom added this to Vernon Terrace
Dog washing station. Yeah, I think we need to do this. Good for dogs and muddy boots. How hard could it be?
J Huttar added this to huttarj's ideas
small shower in first floor bathroom. with either stool, built in bench or flip down bench.

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