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Dog Dryers - a Personal Care for Your Pet

By Julia Roger Subscribe to RSS | December 31st 2011 | Views:

Wish to provide your dog that personal touch and care but cannot afford those pet grooming salons. Then get a dog dryer for your dog. No worries giving your pet a bath anytime. Get a perfectly dried up dog which is easy to brush and groom up for pet show, party or any other event. Professionally designed as per the pet grooming industry these dryers are convenient and completely safe to use on your dog.

Types of Pet Dryers:

There are several types of pet dryers available in the world markets as per pet owner’s needs and requirements. But this equipment varies as per the design specifications and prices.

• Hand-held Pet Dryers – These dryers are less expensive in comparison to other available pet dryers. They operate on a low volume and pressure driven by a fan and having a temperature controller. But the major bottlenecks of using these dryers are that they take a long time to completely dry up your dog.

• Low Pressure Pet Dryers – Also better known as Cage Dryer, these grooming equipment consists of a large blower fan operating at a low pressure but producing huge volumes of air flow. These dryers can cause serious burn injuries to your pet if left unattended which is a major drawback for this equipment.

• High Pressure Pet Dryers – Most suited dog dryer, this equipment completely dries up water from the inner and outer coats of your pet by using high velocity air flow but interestingly this equipment do not come with an auxiliary heater and neither do they have an in-built one. One must be extremely cautious while using this dryer near the sensitive parts of the pet. This is the most convenient and easy to use pet dryer as it saves your valuable time.

Advantages of Pet Dryers:

• Safe and gentle on your pet depending on usage

• Easily serviceable

• Easy to clean

• Spares available easily

• Noise free

• Available in myriad colors

• Highly durable

• Temperature control as per pet’s resistance

A wise decision must be made while choosing a perfect pet dryer for your dog so that it not only remains healthy but also gets your personal care and attention.

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