Puppy dog hides when she knows it's bath time

Published April 21, 2020 9,618 Views $10.64 earned

Rumble / Dogs & PuppiesBath time for some puppies is not their favourite event of the day. Bella and Bentley are a pair of pups that definitely have different outlooks on bath time at the Foster residence. Living in the outskirts of Vancouver in the city of Langley there is some great areas for walking your pets in wide open farmland areas. Behind their residence is all agricultural reserve land meaning there are no housing developments. This is perfect as trails wind through fields making it safely away from traffic. Although in the open land, this also means lots of mud puddles and dirt patches which the pups love to play in which brings us to this recorded footage.

Having more free time during this 2020 covid-19 pandemic of social distancing, more dog walks have been happening at the Fosters. This day brought on bath time for both Bella and Bentley. Bentley was up first and all went smooth as he enjoys getting his monthly spa treatment. Bella on the other hand, she is not a fan of getting all wet and soaped up. Usually as soon as she hears the word “bath” or the water running in the kitchen, she is gone, hiding wherever she finds the easiest that day. As Mrs. Foster mentions, they generally have to spell out the word ”b a t h” rather than just saying it when planning to give their two pooches a bath. Spelling it out at least gives them time to prepare and have the dogs within arms reach. This was not one of those spell the word days, and Bella disappeared in a shot.

“Bella where are you, it’s ok come have your bath!” Bella did not come running. Walking down the hall, Mrs. Foster has a good idea where Bella is, but you just never know until you see her. Nearing the end of the hallway and constantly calling Bella, she looks down and under a small bench, and guess what, there was Bella. Hiding and all safe from the bath monster so she thought, Bella stayed motionless. Gently reaching down and pulling Bella from under the bench, Mrs. Foster proceeded to the kitchen “spa” and began Bella’s spa treatments. After a few minutes Bella was all clean and ready to evacuate the “spa”. Dried slightly, it was time for a good old fashioned doggy shake, and away both Bella and Bentley went running through the house like two happy puppies.