I just keep it up until mine gives in. lol My husband is very easy to convince and somehow him and I can justify why its ok to constantly buy more dogs. We are both bad though. lol
That sounds like my father. lol I had to ask and beg him over and over again to get a dog growing up. Back then my dogs had to be outside dogs until my mom got our Bichon.Now see, that would be AWESOME if hubby was like that. He never grew up with inside dogs and so it takes so much work to convince him...but you are right, I'm not giving up!
I just wipe mine down with a towel and put them into the crate's until they are dry. It only rains here so all thats wet is there feet, lower leg and sprinkles on the coat. I usually just wipe them down and then they air dry while playing around the house. The crate blankets can get smelly but those just go in the washer.He does like Wrigley, the only thing that kinda has me over a barrel is that Wrigley has awful gas (so I'm going to look into switching foods to see if that helps) and Wrigley's coat is still long, so after he has been outside playing, he can come inside with a sweaty smell that will stay on his bedding. So, I'm going to try and trim him up and figure out a way to keep the bedding smelling fresh. (Any tips?)
So if I can show him that one more "big" dog won't overwhelm us - which I really think if I can groom them the right way - it won't. I'm just learning all these tricks. What do you do with your spoo boys after they've played hard? Do you bath them right away?
Oh yes...this method has always worked. Shoot, I make him pay me for what he wants sometimes. LOLUmmmm, well I guess the whole forum knows how I "talk" my hubby into things lol....
Honetsly though I am kind of a baby gets what baby wants kind of person.... I tend to not take no for an answer and I keep at him until he gives in.... oooorrrrr until he gets frisky enough to agree to whatever for some "playtime". Ironicly enough me pestering usualy gets results faster than the other method.