Dog Dryers

Dogs don’t look their best when they’re wet, and some pups might not in the best mood after a bath. There are many wonderful things about being a pet parent, but washing your dog isn’t always one of those things. Think of having a wet dog on the loose, jumping up onto beds and sofas with their wet paws and fur without a dog furniture cover. So it’s important to get them dry quickly and efficiently. That’s why a proper dog grooming supplies and a good dog dryer are a necessity. If you’re going to groom and bathe your dog at home, you might want to consider investing in a dog grooming dryer like the ones made by Flying Pig Grooming dog dryer. The Flying Pig Grooming High Velocity dog grooming dryer is a professional-grade, portable dryer that cuts drying time by 60 percent, thanks to a four-horsepower motor. It makes hair drying go faster, so your pet can get back to his regular routine and forget that bath ever happened. Plus, you can customize the hair drying experience with multiple air speeds and dual heat settings. If your canine is a smaller breed, consider the Andis QD-1 Quiet Aire pet dryer. This compact dog blow dryer is small and quiet, perfect for fearful pups. If you can’t make bath time enjoyable for your pet, you can still help reduce drying time with dog dryers from Chewy where we have the best pet supplies and dog supplies.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Dog Dryers

What kind of dog dryers do groomers use?

The kind of dog dryers that groomers use are professional-grade dog dryers with greater power, durability and drying speed. These dog dryers usually feature attachments for drying different types of coats and variable speed and heat settings to accommodate a range of canine needs. Many have stands or table mounts for hands-free use, and some use only forced air with no heat for added safety and comfort. While many of these professional dryer features are nice to have, not all of them are necessary for at-home grooming. Chewy carries many dog dryers with groomer-grade features at a variety of price points to suit your needs.

Can you use a blow dryer on dogs?

You can use a blow dryer on dogs, but many experts recommend against it, as the heat from a regular hair dryer may be too much for canines. If you do use a blow dryer, use the lowest heat setting and keep the dryer several inches from your dog’s coat, moving it often to avoid concentrating heat in a specific spot. If you dry your dog frequently, you should probably invest in a dryer made specifically for dogs, as the lower heat settings and dog-friendly design can be safer and more comfortable for your pup.

What kind of dryer is the safest for dogs?

The kind of dryer that is the safest for dogs is a forced-air dog dryer that dries without using heat. This type of dog dryer can avoid overheating your canine or irritating his skin with uncomfortable heat. It can also help minimize discomfort and fear by drying your dog more quickly and efficiently.

What is the quietest dog dryer?

The quietest dog dryer will feature a sound-insulated design as well as variable speed settings that let you lower the noise even further when necessary. Many dog dryers are designed to be quiet, but if you have a noise-sensitive dog, you may want to search for an ultra-quiet design. Read product descriptions and reviews to find out which dog dryers are the quietest and most comfortable for noise-averse dogs.

What are the best dog dryers?

The best dog dryers will vary depending on your pet’s specific needs, coat type and temperament. Look for dog dryers with adequate power to dry your canine quickly and attachments that will help you style and fluff your best friend’s coat. Adjustable settings let you make your pup more comfortable by turning down the heat or lowering the motor speed for less noise. If you have a wiggly or larger dog, look for compact dryers that are easy to maneuver or ones with longer hoses that make it easy to reach out-of-the-way spots.