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a "quiet" but effective dog dryer ... suggestions ??

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  • a "quiet" but effective dog dryer ... suggestions ??

    I have a client that I go to her home to groom her dog.
    She likes to bathe her dog a few times in between grooming.
    She had the Andis dryer but it burnt out on her. Liked it but
    wants a different, better option that isn't going to cost over 200 dollars.
    Cool air setting or room temperature setting is ideal.

    Does anyone have any suggestions that maybe they've used or seen tested ?

    Totally appreciate any and all suggestions !!

    Michelle in NJ.

  • #2
    Probably the Metro Quick Dry is going to be her best option.
    There are 3 different kinds of people in this world: Dog people, cat people, and rational people who don't have a problem liking two things at the same time.


    • #3
      "Quiet Dog Dryer" is an oxymoron.


      • #4
        I tote my CC Kool Dry into homes. It's relatively quiet & variable speed. With the air spreader nozzle it's pretty zippy. I think it cost more than $200, though.


        • #5
          LOL if they can manufacturea "quiet" dryer I will buy it!


          • #6
            I have the CC Kool Pup Dryer and I looooooove it! Much quieter than any other dryer I've tried and it didn't heat up at all while I used it to dry multiple small dogs in a row. I love using it on puppies and cats, so far they have all tolerated it very well, most of them just lie on the table while I dry them now. I really like that the dryer has a variable speed knob so I can start it very very low and work my way up.


            • #7
              Check out the bear power 2 dryer from B-air. It's a two motor variable speed. It can blow more air and is just as quiet as the CC Kool Dry. It retails at $240 but can be found just under $200.