To dry for
Published on Thursday, 12 October 2017
The most vexing part about Fido's weekly baths is blow-drying. From the terrifyingly loud noise of the hairdryer to your pooch's constant fidgeting, it not only takes forever to get him dry, your arm is also usually aching by the time you're done.
Designed to be slipped on Fido like a doggy outfit, the contraption is made from a rectangular piece of waterproof fabric with four elastic leg holes for your pooch's paws to go through. It's kept in place with Velcro on the back and drawstrings around the neck and tail areas. A flex-hose extends from the side so you can attach a hairdryer to the elastic end of the tubing. As the bag inflates with warm air, it circulates around your pup and dries his coat in double-quick time.
Depending on the size of your dog and the length of his fur, it may take anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes to dry completely. Available in four sizes.
The price of the Puff-N-Fluff Dog Dryer ranges from US$34.95 (S$47.59) to US$69.95 (S$95.25) depending on size. Shipping charges vary. Find out more at www.thedogdryer.com.
To know more about the Puff-N-Fluff Dog Dryer, flip to The In Thing (pg 11) of our Oct/Nov 2017 issue!