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Why Use a Dog Dryer?

A dog dryer can be used for the pre-drying of both dogs and cats. For cats, it's advisable to choose quieter models like the Oklahoma. The primary purpose of a grooming dog dryer is to expel water from the animal's fur after a bath. This "drying" process is quick thanks to its high air output. In this case, the motor's power is exclusively used to generate a strong air output to remove water from the animal.

How to Choose a Dog Dryer?

Choosing the right dog dryer can make a significant difference in the health and happiness of your four-legged companion. Dog dryers are essential tools for maintaining a healthy and clean coat, reducing shedding, and stimulating your pet's blood circulation. However, with numerous options available in the market, it can be challenging to make the right choice. We'll guide you through the steps to select the best dog dryer and provide you with valuable tips.

Understanding Dog Characteristics

Before choosing a dog dryer, it's essential to understand the specific needs of different dog breeds. Dogs of different breeds, sizes, and coat types have varied grooming requirements. If a dog has a thick coat, they may require a more powerful dog dryer, while a dog with short hair may suffice with a lighter model.

Power and Noise Level

The power of the dog dryer is a crucial factor. Ensure that the model you choose has sufficient power to groom the dog's coat effectively. However, also consider the noise level, as dogs can be sensitive to loud sounds. Look for a dog dryer that combines power and noise reduction for a more pleasant grooming experience.

If you're looking for an affordable dog dryer, consider the Star Universal brand; otherwise, opt for quality dog dryers, such as Oklahoma from Vivog.

How to Use a Dog Dryer?


  • Ensure your dog is clean and dry before using the dog dryer. It's recommended to bathe and lightly towel-dry your dog before starting.

  • Choose a suitable location for using the dog dryer, preferably in an easy-to-clean area.

Setting the Dog Dryer

  • Adjust the power of the dog dryer according to your dog's grooming needs. For dogs with thick fur, use a higher setting, while dogs with short hair may require a lower setting. Start with a low setting and gradually increase it if necessary.

  • If your dog dryer has temperature settings, choose between hot air and cold air based on your dog's skin sensitivity.

Brushing the Fur

  • Use a brush suitable for your dog's hair length and type to detangle and remove knots before using the dog dryer. This will prevent the dog dryer from sucking in tangled hair.

Using the Dog Dryer

  • Hold the dog dryer at an appropriate distance from your dog's skin, typically a few inches away. Keep a greater distance if using a high-power setting to avoid overheating the skin.

  • Use slow and gentle movements to move the dog dryer over your dog's fur. Make sure to follow the natural direction of hair growth for the best results.

  • Avoid directing the airflow directly into your dog's eyes, ears, or muzzle, as it may be uncomfortable for them.

  • If your dog appears stressed or agitated, take regular breaks to calm and comfort them.

Cleaning and Maintenance

  • After use, turn off the dog dryer and unplug it from the electrical outlet.

  • Empty the hair collection reservoir, if applicable, and clean the filters or intake grilles according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Store the dog dryer in a dry and safe place to prevent any damage.

You can place the dog dryer on a grooming table or the floor, or use a dog dryer on a stand with wheels. This type of usage allows for easy movement in the grooming salon, especially when transitioning from the dog dryer to the finishing dryer.

What's the Difference Between a Dog Dryer and a Blower?

  • A dog dryer is used to remove water from the fur. It is powerful and has a high air output.
  • A blower is used for finishing and drying the animal.
  • There are also 2-in-1 devices that serve as both a dog dryer AND a blower. Sometimes, these can be a good compromise.
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