We’ve had so much snow and rain around here recently that it’s nearly impossible to keep up with the wet fur and muddy paws, especially with two dogs running around now. NEARLY.

I had been hearing about the brand Soggy Doggy for quite some time, but didn’t make the jump to buy one of their Super Shammys because well.. they are a bit more expensive than a regular towel. Would it really be more absorbent? I just didn’t know if the extra cost would be worth it.

Despite all that, I sure did want to try it because I just couldn’t resist those microfiber noodles that make up each Super Shammy! So of course, I was thrilled to try out and review a Super Shammy when I got the chance.

Luna dries off with the Soggy Doggy after her bath

So is the Soggy Doggy Super Shammy worth it?

Yes, yes, yes! I love that the shammy is smaller than a regular bath towel while being way more adsorbent. It can hold up to 7x it’s weight in water! The built in hand pockets are also super handy.

We’ve used the towel through numerous snowstorms, rain showers, and of course doggy baths. And not only has our Super Shammy survived, but it made the whole drying off process a whole lot easier. Plus, it’s machine washable and dryer safe!

Ralph, the Soggy Doggy, needs his paws dried off

A Super Shammy from Soggy Doggy will set you back about $19.99 and is available in four colors – Beige, Blue, Grey, and Dark Chocolate (like ours). You can get your Soggy Doggy Shammy from SoggyDoggyDormat.com, Amazon, and various other online retailers.

Soggy Doggy also offers numerous other products such as the Soggy Doggy Doormat that feature their famous super-absorbent, durable, microfiber chenille noodles! I know Luna has her paws set on the Super Snoozers.

Super Shammy dries of Luna's muddy paws

How do you keep your dog dry?

Disclaimer: I received a Soggy Doggy Super Shammy free in exchange for an honest review. Affiliate links are used in this post and I may receive a commission if you click and/or purchase from the link to help support this blog. Do not worry, these links do not affect the price of products. I received no other compensation or additional benefits for mentioning the products in this post. The opinions and ideas in this post are my own and are uninfluenced by any other person or business.

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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