Hairballs and shedding are no laughing matter for pet owners. Loose fur and pet dander can surround the home which can result in itching, sneezing, wheezing, and even asthma in some sever cases.
Pets shed all year long -- and cleaning hairballs and loose fur off floor, clothes, furniture or car seats can be such a hassle. Bathing your pet regularly is important to control their fur but so is de-shedding your pet with the proper tools and de-shedding techniques.
The FURminator deShedding line of products can help reduce shedding up to 90%.
Did you know that...?
• Shedding is a natural process but is controllable.
• All dogs, cats and rabbits shed to some extent.
• Double-coated breeds, like Akita’s, Collies, German Shepherds, etc., have two kinds of hair: a thick outer coat and a softer undercoat; they can shed excessive amounts of hair, contaminated with allergens.
• Hairless animals even shed, but their shedding is just limited to skin shedding.
• Short-haired breeds can shed as much as long-haired breeds.
• Shaving an animal's coat does not reduce shedding. This process merely makes the hair that is shed much shorter. Shaving a pet also puts him at risk without protection from the sun or extreme temperatures.
The FURminator is gentle and does not cut the dog’s coat of fur, rather grabs and removes any loose fur, for more natural results. This tool is very safe to use and does not damage your pet’s skin. You can choose from a variety of sizes and styles - long and short hair, from small to large dogs. This will ensure you to find the perfect fit!
Frequent grooming with the FURminator is important to help keep your dog cool and your car hairball free, it also ensures that the fur ends up in one big pile instead of all over your home. The design of the FURminator allows the brush to push through the topcoat to remove all of the loose hair in the undercoat. Removing the loose hair in the undercoat allows the topcoat to lay closer to the skin, which can make it easier for the skin to breath.
Now pet owners no longer have to live with out-of-control fur all over their home!
For more information, visit: www.FURminator.com