Variable Speed Dog Dryer
If you want to bathe and dry your own poodle at home, then trust me, you need a dryer that’s going to get the job done quickly.
A small handheld dryer may work for a toy poodle, but a standard poodle is a big dog with a lot of hair. And they need to be bathed and clipped every 4-6 weeks! You’re not going to miss the money, but you will miss the efficiency. A handheld dryer can take 2-3 times longer to dry.
What’s to Love About the K9 Fluffer?
Made in the USA
This built to last dryer is made by the Electric Cleaner Company. Their facility is located in Osseo, Wisconsin.
As a family-owned business, they stand behind their products with 30+ years of experience in the design and production of grooming equipment. Their K9 dryers are trusted and used by breeders, groomers, and veterinarians.
- 120 Volts, 9.5 Amps – provides more than enough power to quickly and easily dry your poodle.
- No Heating Element – but it’s not needed.
The air is room temperature. I love that I never need to worry about it getting too warm, and it never seems to be too cold either.
Variable Speed Control
Infinite control over the airflow:
- High Speed – Fast efficient drying.
- Low Speed – Easily dial it down when working around the face and ears.
I have never needed the highest velocity on this dog hair dryer. It provides more than enough power.
The flexible 10 foot hose is durable and comes with 2 blower tips (flat and round) and a filter.
It’s long enough to work around your dog comfortably without tension on the hose.
After 10 years, my hose still looks as good as the day I bought it.
Other Types of Dog Dryer Available
There are different types of dog dryer in the pet grooming supply market to choose from, so it can be confusing to determine which model is best for your specific needs.
A dog can be bathed and then returned to the kennel to dry while a groomer is working on another dog. These dog dryers are convenient for professional groomers who work on several dogs simultaneously, but are seldom needed for personal home use.
These come in different styles with different features, but the main purpose is to free up your hands for brushing and styling while drying the dog.
Very convenient if you want to spend the money. They can run from $500-800. Also, keep in mind that these dryers take up a lot of space. You may not want to sacrifice the room if your grooming area is small, as mine is.
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