Furminator Fur Dry

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  1. PWCorgi

    PWCorgi Priscilla Winifred Corgi

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    Anyone use one?

    I'm contemplating buying one, especially with how often Frodo gets baths during the fall/winter due to seasonal allergies, but they're not super cheap and I don't want to waste money if it's not awesome!

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    :O I've never heard of this!

    I definitely want one now XD I always feel bad making Yoshi hang in her crate after her baths.
     
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    For some reason I just don't see this as working that well. Especially with double coated breeds. Idk, though.
     
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    Meh, I just use a force air dryer. It works well, takes only about 15 minutes, and my dog is dry dry and not setting in wet fur for who knows how long. Keeps his skin in better shape than slowly air-drying.

    I have a feeling something like this would only hold that water in, unless it was a very thin-haired dog (like Gavroche, but he air dries in 5-10 minutes anyway).

    It also looks like it's microfiber, and I can't touch microfiber. Ewwwwwwwwww.
     

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