Before you start the dog dryer, towel dry as much of the moisture off your dog as possible to minimize the drying time. Drying the dog with dog grooming dryers will add so much to the looks of a nice grooming. It will not only dry the dog, but also fluff up the fur for a fuller look and blow out any loose hair that the brushing and washing didn’t remove. But before you go grab the blow dryer, read on. You do NOT want to use heat on a dog. There is just too much of a risk of accidentally burning your baby’s skin from the heat. If you use your hair dryer from home, be sure it has a “cool” or "no heat" setting. This will blow air only and no heat. It will take longer to dry your dog this way, but it is worth the time for the safety of your dog. Use your hands to rub the dog’s coat as you blow dry. Your skin will absorb some of the moisture from the dog’s coat and speed the drying process. You can also monitor if the blower get’s too warm.
If you often bath your dog yourself, you might want to invest in a dog grooming dryer. You can purchase a dog dryer that does not have a heating element and will only get as warm as the motor. The size of your dog and the type of coat will determine what size dryer you’ll need. You’ll want one with more power if you are drying a German Shepard than if you are drying a Maltese. Also take note that double coated dogs will sour if you don't get them completely dry.
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