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Welcome to the
Bathe to Save National Tour!

Wahl, the Greater Good and the Animal Rescue Site have joined us as we travel across the U.S. If you would like to help us on our Mission! Learn More

Wahl has been around since 1911 and has a huge reputation in the pet industry supplying pet products clippers and shampoos. Bathe to Save wants the best in their respected industries as sponsors and what Wahl brings to the table is in invaluable, with all their products and their reach through connections & with their PR it brings a very influential strategic partner to show case the nation what an amazing opportunity it is to save so many lives with the bathe to save tour

Our Goals

GOAL - $1 Million for Shelter Animals

Donations 2100%

We are a family of five Aussies: Anthony, Rachel, Bella (12), Austin (11) and Aria (10).  We are passionate about the welfare of our four-legged friends.  So much so that we recently purchased and moved into a 40ft motor coach and are touring America for an up close and personal lesson in U.S. history and to raise money and awareness for animal rescues.

Since only 30 percent of pets in homes are adopted from shelters, we need to make a change. Our plan: the Bathe to Save National Tour.

BTS-MAPThe Bathe to Save National Tour is embarking upon an 18-month, 50-state, 150+ cities, cross-country excursion around the U.S. to raise awareness of the multiple benefits of animal adoption and to save dogs lives. By transporting the big blue HydroDog mobile grooming unit ( to every state, the Bathe to Save Team aims to wash 25,000 dogs with 100 percent of the proceeds donated back to aid animal rescue groups and organizations throughout the U.S.

Our goal is to raise over $1 Million.



We want to showcase your mission and your adoptables!! Contact us to participate in a Bathe To Save event coming to your area.   It’s a WIN-WIN for everyone, but most importantly the DOGS looking for the furr-ever homes.
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Our Bone of Contention

  • Approximately 3.9 million animals (1.2 million dogs) are killed in U.S. shelters each year.
  • One unspayed dog & her unaltered offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in seven years.
  • Only one out of every 10 dogs born will find a permanent home.
  • 60% of dogs in shelters never find a home.
  • Many strays are lost pets not properly kept indoors or microchipped.
  • All dogs should be treated equal despite their breed.

There are over 165 million households in the U.S.; 79.7 million have pets. NO dogs (animals) should be killed in shelters.   They truly can all be saved.

As dog lovers, we’re passionate about the well-being of our furry friends and want to raise awareness of the numerous benefits of animal adoption.

Leading the Pack

Catering to all breeds and sizes of dogs, the Bathe to Save National Tour brings HydroDog’s traditional grooming services directly to communities, animal rescue groups/organizations, and businesses (especially pet-centric) across the U.S. to not only raise awareness of the benefits of animal adoption but to ultimately save the lives of dogs.


Every Dog Will Have Its Day

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates 3.9 million dogs enter animal shelters each year.  1.2 million adoptable dogs are killed simply because there was no one to adopt them.Since one in every three homes in our native Australia has a family pet and 65 percent of U.S. households, or 79.7 million residences, are home to at least one pet, we are thrilled to raise awareness to the needs of animal rescues/organizations through the Bathe to Save National Tour as we travel across the U.S.

With annual sales expected to surpass $60 billion in 2015, the pet industry is one of America’s largest. According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA), pet owners will spend approximately $5.24 billion on pet services such as grooming and boarding this year alone.

As the Bathe to Save Team rolls across the nation in the big blue bus and raises awareness, Pack Leaders, Anthony and Rachel, together with Kevin Harrington from the Shark Tank and other celebrities are reaching out to build relationships with individual animal rescues and organizations that support their missions. They are also the tour’s media spokespersons and responsible for delivering key messages while promoting the sponsoring organizations.

Bathe to Save Tour Team

Anthony Amos: Anthony began his career playing professional rugby straight out of high school in Australia. While playing football, Anthony decided to use his downtime to start his own business and at 21, he founded a mobile dog grooming business: HydroDog.

Within five years, HydroDog had grown to more than 100 franchises across Australia and was the first franchise of its kind to be in every state and territory. After the 100th franchise milestone was achieved, HydroDog implemented a Master Franchise model and took the franchise system to the next level. This resulted in all state and territories in Australia being sold within an 18-month period.

Anthony and his team revolutionized the dog grooming industry by designing and creating a fiberglass mobile grooming salon in the shape of a big blue dog and to this day, there is no other product like it in the marketplace. Grossing $10 million annually, HydroDog grew to the world’s largest franchise of its

At the age of 28, Anthony became one of Australia’s youngest millionaires.

With the Bathe to National Save Tour, Anthony is focused on raising awareness of benefits of animal adoption while promoting the sponsoring organizations and serving as a media spokesperson. He is also responsible for reaching out to and building relationships with the rescues/organizations to schedule and implement washing days /Bathe To Save events.

Rachel Amos: Rachel’s career is rooted in finance having earned her degree in accounting and serving as the Financial Controller for an international law firm representing more than 100 attorneys.
As an expectant mother in the corporate world, Rachel saw a need for stylish clothing and opened a maternity store. As a woman, she struggled to find stylish clothing suited to her corporate environment and founded a boutique maternity and newborn baby store. Rachel’s shop quickly gained a loyal following with both locals and tourist, and its rapid growth led to an offer that generated a sizable profit margin.

Rachel’s role in the Bathe to Save National Tour is to serve as an additional spokesperson for media while joining Anthony in raising awareness and building relationships with the animal shelters and rescues while promoting sponsors and ensuring the smaller members of the team reach their daily and event goals.

Isabella Amos, 12: Isabella’s compassion toward animals is her driving force in successfully raising awareness of the benefits of animal adoption during the Bathe to Save National Tour. By documenting her travels and experiences with photos and videos via social media and a dedicated web page, Isabella will engage with like-minded kids who are looking to make a positive difference in their community.
Austin Amos, 11: As a true dog-lover, Austin is ready to wash as many dogs as possible to help them find forever homes during the Bathe to Save National Tour. His cheeky, yet witty sense of humor will be evident on his blog as he connects with youths interested in helping or working with shelter/rescue dogs.
Aria Amos, 10: When she’s not perfecting her cartwheels, Aria’s empathy for pets is evident in her sparkling personality. Always eager to help, Aria’s contribution to the Bathe to Save National Tour is to assist with the day-to-day operations while writing
stories of her experiences and documenting the journey with original sketches.
Bubbles Amos: As the official mascot of the Bathe to Save National Tour, Bubbles is the Amos family’s rescue dog. Bubbles will be sharing his experience and adventures along the way via his FaceBook page and blog.