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Now that I've got a new bath tub for the "kids', I want a portable sprayer that attaches to the faucet in my sink. (because the hose on my sink is too short).

This looks pretty cool, but kind of expensive....

Amazon.com: Sprite Baby Shower Chlorine Removing Filtered Water Protection Hand…

Does anyone know where I can find one with a trigger to turn the water on and off while washing???

I've been looking locally and obviously, they don't carry them around here.
 

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Pat, I saw one some similar to that at Tuesday Morning this past week - no filter though. You may get a good price there if you have one nearby.

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Pet Smart sells a version of this for about $32. One that attaches to the sink and one that attaches to the shower head. I have the shower head attachment and I like it.
Good grief, I was at Petsmart yesterday and forgot to even look for one!! duh.

I love it. I've been looking for one and I really like the one you posted. Thanks
I thought it looked pretty cool too.

No, but I want it, because it's the only one I've seen with a chlorine filter.
Suzan, I also like this feature. Thought it might be better for Archie's itch skin. I use medicated shampoo/conditioner from the vet, but he's been itchy again lately.

Pat, I saw one some similar to that at Tuesday Morning this past week - no filter though. You may get a good price there if you have one nearby.

Linda
No, no Tuesday Morning's anywhere around here. darn....
 

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Pat, I thought I would let you know that I was at Petsmart today and I saw something like that for $19.99 there that you attach to your faucet.

I also saw an "upgraded" version for around $49.99 I think that appeared to be one that you load up with the shampoo and it dilutes it with the water creating a sudsing bath.

If you go there to look at them, check the entire dog section of the store because these two products were in different areas.
 

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The chlorine filter is ideal for skin issues. Chlorine tends to dry out skin. Also, if you are worried about keeping the coat white, chlorine tends to yellow things. We have filters on our showers and only drink filtered water. Shower filters are also great if you color your hair. Filtering chlorine keeps the color from fading.

I think I am going to get the one you linked here. I've been looking for something like this.
 
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