How to Groom a Dog : How to Use a Cage Dryer with Your Dog

Hi! I am Anne-Marie for Expert village and
today we are learning basic dog grooming. We have given our dog a bath, we have towel
dried him and blown out most of the water, but it is time to finish the drying process
with the cage drier. Put him in his cage carefully close the door, then we take a cage drier.
Now the cage driers have a lot of settings. You can set if you would like heat and if
you would like it low heat, high heat, fan could be low fan or high fan and then we have
a timer for the safety of the dog, so that if you do you see you can time the drier to
shut off at a set time so as not to overheat the dog. Today we have moderate temperatures.
It’s not too hot, not too cold. I think we are going to go ahead and use no heat and
we are going to use high fan, and we will place the cage drier just high enough that
the air circulates, but low enough that were not blowing air right in the dog’s eyes
to dry the mouth. Turn on the drier and now we just wait.

5 thoughts on “How to Groom a Dog : How to Use a Cage Dryer with Your Dog

  1. its just a fan, chill out. its no different than your dog sticking its head out the window while driving down the road. yes, it has heat settings, i understand that, but a little bit of monitoring goes a long way for a great time saving tool. if you know a dog who has died from a dryer, then the operator was stupid, not the dryer.

  2. The dog has huge amounts of air blown at it and it can't do anything to get away. This looks like torture

  3. At this point you would have already used a towel. The cage dryer allows the groomer to complete the drying with out sitting there with a hand dryer and spending 20 to 30 mins drying them. This way they can begin on the next dog while this dog dries.

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