Review: Drypet

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What it is: Microfiber pet towel

Manufacturer: Drypet (Toronto, Canada) Made in China.

Dogtipper Review: Winter weather frequently means bad weather and that means pets with dirty feet. We are always looking for products which promise to make bathing our dogs easier and faster. So, we were pleased to try out the Drypet towel, a microfiber towel manufactured by Drypet, a young Canadian company.

The towel measures 36″ x 26″ and comes in a neutral color. Despite its modest size, the Drypet can absorb a lot of water, up to five times as much as a cotton towel, according to the company. The towel is safe to use on any dog or cat as the fabric is hypoallergenic and antibacterial. The towel is decorated with an attractive paw pattern motif.

The company says that the Drypet:

  • completely eliminates the need for blow drying
  • cuts the drying time in half
  • dries quickly after use
  • is machine and dryer friendly

In addition to drying pets after a bath, the towel can also be used dry or slightly damp to clean up muddy paws.

We tried the Drypet on Tiki after her latest bath and can say that the towel worked well, bringing her coat to an acceptable level of dryness in just a few minutes. She doesn’t like the blow dryer so we were glad to have an alternative. We also like that the towel dries out really quickly and the neutral color should resist staining. Tiki seemed to like it and was happy to be back on her couch soon after her bath. She gives the Drypet a (dry) paws up!

Price : USD $14.76. The Drypet is available through the company website and can be personalized with a pet’s name or initials for an additional USD$9.87.

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Photos courtesy of Drypet.

Disclosure: We received a Drypet towel for review; we were not paid for our review and all opinions are entirely our own.

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Paris Permenter is an award-winning author of over 30 pet and travel books. Along with her husband, John Bigley, Paris is the founder and publisher of CatTipper and DogTipper.