If you have dog fur problems, buy sticky rollers and roll it on the dog. It does not hurt them, and it cuts down on vaccuming up fur.
By Lynda from Warrenton, MO
Reducing Your Dog's Shedding
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My lab mix sheds a lot this time of year. When I brush him, the fur starts flying, so I too use a lint brush, but I use the kind you reuse. The fur comes out in one hand with the de-shedder brush, and gets picked up with the lint brush in the other hand. When both are full of hair, I clean them out and keep going! It is much cheaper than sticky rollers, and does not hurt or scare him.
Hi, my dog is a German Shephard, he's 8 months and he's been losing his fur, please what can be the cause?
I have a long haired dog and the best thing I found was a Undercoat Rake. You have to use it outside but it works wonderful. I think it only cost about $5 and I have already saved that in the energy and time it would take to vacuum all that hair!
I take the shirts off and throw them in the dryer on air fluff. Since my dogs are inside dogs, you would be surprised at how much cleaner your furniture and floors stay. The shirts are no problem with my dogs; they don't mind at all. I would suggest with a new puppy, get them used to wearing these as soon as possible. You won't be sorry.
By Mary from Omaha, NE
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