There's only one thing worse in the world than having to give your muddy a much needed bath — and it's trying to get them fully dry before they drag their wet selves all over your . Towel drying just doesn't cut it, and plain old hair dryers mostly just scare our away.
That's why Marissa Streng decided to invent the Puff-N-Fluff for her third grade science fair. Her adorable little pug, Mojo, just so happened to hate being wet and would often run around the house making every piece of furniture and area of the floor damp. With her revolutionary , Marissa was able to get her dog to dry quickly — and stay in place while doing so.
Essentially, the contraption is a huge, robe-like hair dryer that wraps around the pup and delivers blasts of warm air from the attached fan inside. The contraption is so soothing that it's said to even help pups overcome their fear of hair dryers. Truthfully, it sounds like a great time — and apparently the dogs agree.
One said, "Gave this as a Christmas gift to my friend who has two little Yorkies. They loved it. Both usually get really scared during the entire bath process and the hair dryer scares them. But with the Puff-n-Fluff they felt cozy and warm; one of them even laid down while she had it on. They were both dry within minutes!"
The Puff-N-Fluff comes in an array of four sizes, ranging from XS to XL and virtually any blow dryer can be attached to the flex hose. Oh, and it also reduces that wet dog smell — which is basically a dream come true.
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