Dreamed up by 9 year-old Marissa Streng for a science fair project, the Puff-N-Fluff dog dryer is the kind of device you expect to see in late-night infomercials—or possibly a comedy sketch.
But the Puff-N-Fluff is a totally real product you can buy right now on Amazon. What?
This labor-saving device consists of a puffy cloth bag with leg holes that close up the back with Velcro. Once you wrangle your dog into the bag, you attach a human hair dryer to the suit and turn it on using the cool setting.
The bag inflates, the dog (in the video at least) seems to enjoy the experience, and voila, your dog is dry in no time.
Would your dog hold still for this?
The catchy accordion music really makes it.
For dogs that get lots of baths and don’t mind the hair dryer noise, this product could be a big winner.
For the majority of noise- and confinement-hating dogs, this could be, well, a bit of a disaster.
Check out the video for all the details.
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And in this video you can see Marissa herself showing off her invention with her pet pug, who was the inspiration for the project:
The Puff-N-Fluff is available in 4 sizes from $39.95 – $69.95. If you do try it, please share the photos, because the world needs to see!