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The Best Tools For Shedding Dogs

Updated: Mar 18

As dog owners, we all know that shedding can be a real challenge to deal with. Not only does it make our homes look and smell unkempt, but it can also cause allergies and other health issues for both dogs and humans. Luckily, there are some fantastic grooming tools out there that can help make shedding season much more bearable for everyone involved.

In this blog Doggy Styles Dayspa shares some of the best grooming tools for shedding dogs and ones that Leita Culpeper personally uses when doing de sheds:

  1. Wahl dog rake: This tool is perfect for removing dead hair from medium to long-haired breeds. Its rounded pins make it gentle on your dog's skin and coat, while still effectively removing loose fur. This is a great tool to remove the bulk of loose hair before moving onto the FURminator.

  2. FURminator rake: The FURminator is a popular choice among dog owners for a reason. This tool is specially designed to remove loose undercoat fur without damaging the topcoat. It's a must-have for double-coated breeds like German Shepherds and Huskies.

  3. Artero dog mat breaker: Mats in your dog's coat can be uncomfortable and even painful. This tool is designed to break up the mats without pulling on your dog's fur. It's a gentler option than using scissors, which can be dangerous if you're not careful. A mat breaker is a must have tool for anyone with medium to long haired dogs and will help you keep on top of those pesky knots.

  4. Steel comb: A steel comb is a versatile tool that every dog owner should have. It can help detangle knots and mats, remove dirt and debris from your dog's coat, and generally keep their fur looking neat and tidy. Plus, it's easy to clean and lasts a long time.

  5. Slicker brush: Slicker brushes are great for removing loose fur and preventing matting in long-haired breeds. They have fine wire bristles that effectively pull out dead hair without hurting your dog's skin.

When choosing grooming tools for your shedding dog, it's essential to consider their coat type and sensitivity. You want to make sure you're using tools that won't damage their fur or cause them any pain. And of course, always make sure to brush your dog regularly to prevent matting and remove loose hair before it becomes a bigger problem. Happy grooming!


About the Author:

Leita Culpeper is the creative mind behind Doggy Styles Dayspa, Doggy Hampers, and Doggy Eco. With six years of experience in the pet industry, she's mastered the art of pet care through her grooming business and pet gift hamper company.

Fascinated by animal psychology, Leita shares her expertise through her YouTube channel, Doggy Lifestyles, where she interviews top experts in dog training, nutrition, and lifestyle trends. Doggy Lifestyles has become the go-to resource for pet owners seeking to enhance their furry companions' quality of life. With Leita's passion and dedication, Doggy Styles Dayspa, Doggy Hampers, and Doggy Eco epitomize excellence in the pet industry, fostering stronger bonds between pets and their humans.




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