|Toto, CD, RN, CGC|
We don't do- doodles!!!
|Barked: Thu Jul 26, '12 7:01pm PST |
|I would also like to mention that using a force dryer is way more labor intensive than just putting the dog in a crate to cage dry or air dry. I would consider that MUCH more personal than just cage/air drying as well, since the person doing that blow drying is also providing hands on to your dog the entire time it is drying, along with extra brushing as well. And, there is the issue of safety, if they are using a cage dryer. Again, a force dryer is human operated and a dog will not be left in a crate with a too hot dryer and no one paying attention with force drying. I have NEVER heard of a dog's skin being sensitive to drying... it is way more likely that something else is the problem, NOT the dryer.|