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Title: Bathing Your Westie
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Goal: this task will improve the successfulness of the goal to give your Westie a bath.
Brian Golter published this Operative Task at isodoit.com under Leisure | Pets and Education
Doers: 24 | Form: Operative Task | Phase: Engagement | Type: Event | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 10, 2018 | When: | Duration: 15 Minute
Elements: ( element | product | description | amt )
  • Animal and Pet Supplies : Shampoo | | Johnson's Baby Shampoo with Lavender | 1 Fluid Ounce
Steps:
  • While some Westies don't mind or even enjoy taking a bath, there are those who react to it as a form of torture.

    This isoBlog has been compassionately developed with the 'tortured' Westie in mind.
    response:
  • Prepare bath for Westie: Run a luke warm bath. Have the Westie shampoo*, conditioner and towel ready to apply.

    *Secret Ingredient: using 'Johnson's Baby Shampoo with Lavender' will help to prevent skin rashes common to Westies.

    Select 'successful' when all the items are in place.
    response:
  • Find Westie: Retrieve Westie from under the bed. Alternatively, you can find her shaking in the corner of the room.

    Select 'successful' after locating "shaking Westie".
    response:
  • Train Westie: Place Westie in front of your tablet or smartphone. Inform her that she will be watching a training video.

    Go to the 'demo' tap and have her watch the video. Select 'successful' after Westie has finished viewing the video.
    response:
  • Discipline Westie: Give Westie a time out for barking at the video. Say, "go to your room". Repeat as necessary. (Please note, if you are already in her room you may cause confusion).

    Select 'successful' after Westie goes into her room...all the way in.
    response:
  • Instruct Westie: Firmly, but with love, tell your Westie that you want her to act just as the Westie did in the video.

    Select 'successful' after you have made your instructions clear.
    response:
  • Forgive Westie: Release the offense. Her negative response to your instruction is just a temporary reaction. She doesn't mean it. She just doesn't like baths or being told what to do or training videos or isoBlogs or you at this moment.

    Select 'successful' once you have released the offense.
    response:
  • Clean Westie: Place two hands firmly around the "shaking Westie", apply water, shampoo and conditioner. Remove from bath when Westie begins to take the form of a river rat.

    Select 'successful' when Westie (aka "the rat") has been thoroughly washed and rinsed.
    response:
  • Dry Westie: Hold the Westie firmly to prevent early escape (leading to wet dog smell throughout your home). Apply towel to the entire body.

    Select 'successful' when transformation from river rat to Westie is complete.
    response:
  • Brush Westie: Take brush to Westie. Pay special attention to "wild" nose hairs. Part Westie's head hair down the middle or style to preference.

    Select 'successful' when Westie exudes attitude of "I am the most beautiful of all God's creatures".
    response:
  • Reward Westie: Tell Westie what a "good dog" she is as she runs around your house trying desperately to "wipe the clean from her body".

    Select 'successful' once Westie has returned to over-the-top happy self.
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Publisher Brian Golter sent a message on Sep 12, 2016
Message: Do you have any special knowledge about your pet that you would like to pass on to other isodoit doers? If so, go to the Create feature and build your own isoBlog. The pets of other doers thank you.
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