Nine-year-old Marissa Streng came up with the Puff-N-Fluff bag. To dry her pug, Mojo, after a bath, after a swim, after coming in from the rain, after any time she preferred not gagging and retching to inhaling the ripe must of wet dog. I hate you, Marissa Streng. You're probably rich enough now to move out of your mama's house as a 4th grader, and I can't even do it as a 28th grader.
The Puff-N-Fluff dog dryer is basically a big piece of fabric with four elastic leg holes and head/tail openings for fitting over your pooch like a doggie raptor costume. Once in place, drawstrings at the head and tail close any remaining gaps. From there, owners place any standard hair dryer into the opening of a flexible hose at the base of the Puff-N-Fluff bag and fire it up. According to Streng and her collaborators (i.e., Mom and Dad) the hours of waiting for a wet dog to dry are now reduced to minutes.
Let's take a look at the video to see this ingenious dryer in action.
Wow. What I would like to see now is a video of someone trying to use the Puff-N-Fluff on their cat.
Another dog grooming pro tip: Once your pet has been Puff-N-Fluffed dry, my mama recommends cutting its hair with a Flowbee, which is what she used to user our our shih tzu, Domino, may he rest in peace.