Hair Dryers For Dogs Are A Thing And I… Am Crying

One of the most difficult aspects of owning a dog is the grooming. Even if you have a short-haired dog they all still need baths eventually, and bathtime is the wooooooorst. Why do all dogs hate baths?? Why?? They’re warm, they get lots of scratches and pets, usually they get treats, yet they all fight it so hard. So by the time the bath is actually over you’re probably exhausted from trying to wrangle them (especially if you have a big dog) and don’t have much fight left in you, and we all know what happens as soon as they’re out of the tub.

THEY. SHAKE.

Water EVERYWHERE. Wet fur PLASTERED TO THE WALLS. CHAOS. PURE CHAOS.

Luckily for everyone, the Puff-N-Fluff dryer for dogs is now a thing that exists. And I don’t mean that this is lucky for just dog owners because, as the site details, it can be used to dry your furry babies after baths, rainy walks, and even thawing ice trapped in their coats, no — I mean this is lucky for everyone because… well…

Look at it.


Courtesy of The Dog Dryer

*deep inhale*

AAAAAAAAHHHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAAHA

I can’t breathe. I CAN’T BREATHE.

Functionality aside — which once again is great, this is a great invention which should be taken seriously and I’m glad someone made it — THIS IS THE FUNNIEST GODDAMN THING I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE.

LIKE— JUST…. I CAN’T—



I know what you’re thinking. You’re looking at this and thinking, “but what about those of us who have large dogs! This thing is TINY!” Oh, my dear friends, do not worry. They come in ALL shapes and sizes.


Courtesy of The Dog Dryer

PFFFFFFFT— HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAA

They come in four sizes ranging between around $35 to $65, but really, this is priceless.

Published at Tue, 14 May 2019 21:01:33 +0000

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