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Q Why is it called Twist & Bark?
A Because its furry surface twists back and forth like the coat of a shaking, wet dog, covering the shower occupant with a pleasant, pulsing spray.
Q Do you use real dog pelts?
A No, the convex surface is covered by a wide, elastic belt topped by a soft,
synthetic fur. In addition, the belt is perforated to allow water to flow out to the fur over its entire surface.
Q Can I purchase a Twist & Bark for my existing shower stall?
A Yes, the ½ meter wide and 2 meter high module can easily be installed on an existing shower wall or in a curtained bathtub. Also our own shower cabins with one to three doggy shakin showers each can be ordered.
Q How does it work, the twisting and shaking?
A The furry surface like a conveyor belt can move up and down, but since its edges are pulled right and left at different zones in a rapid, rhythmic pattern, it shakes off the water welling through it like a pulsing rain massage. Lather up, click on Slow and enjoy a soothing, soapy scrub. After another rinse cycle, click on Dry and the wet belt rolls inside, pulling a fluffy, terry fur belt forward to dry you in warm oscillations.
Q Is this product safe and hygienic?
A Pressure-sensitive edges shut off movement to insure no pinched fingers or toes. The whole belt can be easily detached for twice a year cleaning in the washing machine.
Q Is a Twist & Bark shower more fun than washing a dog?
A As our prototype says, Arf! [Yes!]
[FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]
||Sounds good until I take Tanner in there to give him a bath... Oh what a vicious cycle! (+)
||I ask you... how would this benefit the adult film industry!?
||Anyway, this is great. I like.
||Coming soon: Twist and Scream in Torment from the Pain that your Cat has just Inflicted - for Cats.
Good for Dogs though!
||As soon as I clicked this, a dog barked somewhere. How did you do that?