Hair dryer?

Discussion in 'Dog Grooming Forum' started by corgi_love, Aug 17, 2008.

  1. Forced air driers are good for getting rid of undercoat, I can't remember if this thread was about a fluff drier or an FA drier, but yes a forced air drier would help. :)
     
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    Saintgirl New Member

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    ABSOLUTLEY!!!!! These dryers blast away the dead and loose hair. The best way to help control alot of shedding is to furminate, wash and BLOWDRY!! I guarentee that you will notice a huge difference. Infact many of clients come to see me on a regular schedule for the shedding alone. With my Saint and HuskyX I take care of the seasonal coat blowing in a fraction of the time with the use of a high velocity dryer after a good brushing and a bath, and a good bath with a dry in between controls the dust bunnies that can happen in between the bigh blow outs.
     
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    noludoru Bored Now.

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    Thanks, both of you! :D That's awesome.
     
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    Just to say, I got a Metro dryer and it works GREAT! I LOVE it! Cut drying time from 45 minutes(which resulted in damp hair) to about 25 minutes if that. I am SO happy with it. Wooo! :D
     

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