Although we love them to bits, I think that all dog owners would agree with me in saying that bathing our furry best friend isn’t an enjoyable task from start to finish.
But, gone are the days of chasing your wet pooch around the house trying to towel dry them, as we’ve spotted a solution which shoppers are loving.
Yes, it’s true, you can now buy a huge coat for your dog that fastens with Velcro and features an attachment for your hair dryer giving your pooch the ultimate blow dry.
The Puff-N-Fluff dog dryer is available from Amazon for £18.99 and comes in three different sizes to suit most breeds.
Trapping warm air within the coat and drying more than one area at a time, the company claim it's more time effective than simply using a hair dryer alone.
According to the Puff and Fluff website, the coat can also minimise that ‘wet dog’ smell after their bath or rainy, cold walk.
The smart accessory can also help reduce the anxiety some pets go through when the hair dryer is switched on and pointed at them.
Owners can place their dog's paws through the openings before bringing the sides together and fastening them with a hook and loop.
Next simply pull the draw strings to close the gap around the head and tail and attach your hair dryer to the flex hose to allow the warm air to circulate around your dog.
The website claims that any hair dryer can be attached and that short hair and/or small dogs may take around 5-15 minutes to dry, while medium dogs may take 8-18 and larger and/or long hair dogs may take approximately 15-25 minutes or longer.
The website also note the importance of setting your hair dryer to low or cool temperatures before using the Puff-N-Fluff.
"When using a blow dryer make sure the air temperature is set on Low or Cool," they explain.
"Never use Hot or High air temperatures. Puff-N-Fluff is constructed so air can flow out through the neck, tail and legs.
"But please monitor your dog for any signs of overheating such as heavy panting or tongue hanging out of the mouth.
"Remove the Puff-N-Fluff if you see any signs of overheating."
So far, it's had rave reviews online, with one customer calling it the "best invention ever".