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    • bosticdoglover
    • March 5, 2010

    My absolute favorite for long coats and double coats is a Matbreaker. It is wonderful for shedding out a dog. Takes some getting used to , but is so wonderful (already said that). Would not use it on a dog that is going to be shown because it will break the hair.

    For short haired dogs, the Zoom Groom. Used in a circular motion it will work out the dead and shedding hair. (Great for horses too!)

    Whatever tool you use, be careful, especially if it is a tool with a blade. Grooming sessions need to be enjoyable by both you and your dog.

    Also, be careful with slicker brushes. Some have bristles that are hard and will scratch your pet and bring blood. I prefer a slicker with soft bristles.

    • Les_Football_Mom
    • March 5, 2010

    I love my dremel tool for my dog’s nails. She has black nails and I was always nervous about clipping them myself. But the dremel tool is a great way to keep them short.

    • Michelle M
    • March 5, 2010

    Well I don’t like the furminator because of the fact that it dose cut hair and if used on the wrong breed could mess up the coat I’ve seen the damage that this tool can do.My favorite tool to use on double coated dogs is the under coat rake I also like the Shed N Blade slicker brush and comb..

    • beachgirl
    • March 5, 2010

    shedding brushes – gets undercoat
    nail clippers – not guillotine style, but scissor type because i
    have more control and can get closer to
    quick w/out bleeding dog
    dryers – blow water out of coat fast along with undercoat
    clippers w/ dif sized blade covers – many options for dif cuts.

    • Too Silly
    • March 5, 2010

    I love my curry brush and my slicker brush. Two tools I use EVERY DAY.

    • lisa_0521
    • March 5, 2010

    Well having German “Shedders” and a Beagle thankfully I don’t have to do a lot of grooming.

    However, I do use The Furminator and it works wonderful for removing shedding hair. I can usually make 2 new dogs from the hair I get off of one!

    • gin
    • March 5, 2010

    My favorite tool is my fingers. But I’ve get a short-haird, no undercoat dog. I just take him outside and rub and rub and scratch and scratch until all his loose hair flies in the wind.

    I do have a curry brush, but the fingers just work best.

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