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Shedding, Reduce Your Dog's Fur around the home.

It may be a little embarrassing when guests leave your home covered in dog hair. And you'll find most of it all over the furniture. For the dog, too, shedding can be itchy, uncomfortable, and sometimes even cause skin complications. Deshedding a dog is a necessary part of a dog grooming process and highly recommended. Take your grooming routine into your own hands by implementing the FURminator® Ultimate Hair Reduction System™: Brush, deShed, Bathe. Grooming with confidence in the comfort of your own home, your pet deserves it!


Brush - Daily

Daily combing keeps the coat clean of debris, free of tangles and looking nice by removing loose surface and topcoat hair. Daily brushing keeps the pet’s coat healthy, shiny and smooth by distributing oils across the skin and coat. Dematting will sometimes be a part of the daily brushing routine when mats occur in the pet’s hair. This entire process only takes a few minutes when done regularly.


DeShed - Weekly

Unlike brushing and combing, deShedding is done to remove the loose, dead undercoat from the pet without cutting or damaging the topcoat.* Undercoat deShedding reduces the shed hair in all pets and also can help reduce hairball formation in cats.


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Bathe - Monthly

Regular shampooing and conditioning promotes healthy skin and coat while reducing loose hair from shedding. While there is no exact science that will apply to every single dog, it is generally advised that you should do so once every month at least; although it's not uncommon to wash your dog up to once a week, provided that you're using a gentle shampoo.


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