Dawg Blawgger is committed to helping puppy owners take the guesswork out of raising canine. From nutrition to behaviour, to pet care and more Dawg Blawgger will provide you with beginner information and personal insight into the world of dog as we learn for ourselves, with our chocolate havanese pup named Charlie.
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Dog Hair Dryer
So I have washed Charlie a number of times since getting him and each time life gets easier! Easier until we get to the drying part. I have been using my blowdryer to try and blow him out but it is taking ages as i blow a small part, let him take a break and then go back to do another. After doing some research, I realized that not all hair is created equal. A dog's coat is far different than human hair and requires a far different dry. A dog's coat requires a high volume air blow that literally blows the water off the hair. There are a number of pet dryers on the market that do just that, reducing drying time than with a traditional human blow dryer. Depending on your price point, pet dryers fall into the following ranges
$25 - $35 brands such as Andis
$85 - $125 such as the Metro Quick Draw (professional grade) pictured