To give your pooch a shower is important but to dry the doggo is equally important. In colder countries, the owner should not let the dog sit with wet hair. The dog might catch fever or hypothermia. Suck the excess water and dry the hair coat after the shower using blow dryers designed for the dogs. Do not use the blow dryers made for the human, and they are not as efficient as asciugatore per cani.
Do it out of your house
The process of drying the dog involves shedding dead hair. You are advised to do it out to avoid getting fur all over your house.
Keep the nozzle at some distance
The nozzle of blower for dogs should be kept at some distance. Going too close might suck in the skin and hurt the poor canine.
Brush while you blow
Brush the pooch while blowing air on it. It will remove all the dead fur, allergens, and detangle the hair.
Keep away from sensitive areas
Keep the blow dryer away from the face, ears, and other areas where the hair are thin. The heat of the lower will reach the skin and may hurt the canine.
Always start Low
Start the process of blow drying at a low point. It lets the dog adjust to the process slowly his body temperature adjusts to the heat of the blow dryer. Later increase the speed and work your way up.
Keep an eye on the behavior of the dog, see if it is comfortable or showing distress signals.
Keep the water bowl near your dog, and make sure he drinks plenty of it and do not get dehydrated during the process. These animals are sensitive to heavy sounds coming out of the dryer.