Dealing with Shedding Problems?

We have a very lovable Feist, but what we don't love is she sheds! We have doggy hair on everything! I have to vacuum the furniture everyday at least once a day. Does anyone out there have a solution to our baby's shedding problem?


Christy from Fulton, MS

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April 22, 20080 found this helpful

Get one of those shedding brushes from the pet store, the ones that clean the shedding fur out, I think it's called the Furminator, or something along those lines. I had a Siamese with a double coat that would be everywhere, we got her a wire brush (no bristles at the end) got out a TON of hair. Good luck!

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January 13, 20090 found this helpful

ITA with the other post, get a FURminator! I FURminate Mysteria on a old throw blankie & when I'm done I use the FURminator on the old blankie. It not only gets the hair, but those little blankie rats/knots what ever one calls them. Sly

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October 7, 20190 found this helpful

Older question but dog hair will never go away completely!
I use sections of rug gripper 24 x 36 w my laundry. Very helpful in removing pet hair in washer (cold - hot) and dryer on (medium heat) I throw them in w dog blankets or our own clothing if needed. It acts like a lint brush loosening pet hair in every step of the wash cycle & while turning in the dryer.


I dampen the gripper and toss in dryer w a dog blanket for 15 minutes on low for a quick clean up too. Helpful to do this before washing too so that there is less hair to start w in the water that you're using to clean items. The rug gripper lasts a very long time. Longer than I thought it would. We are a 3 dog household. It really helps.

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