FURminator deShedding Shampoo for Dogs & Cats

FURminator deShedding Shampoo for Dogs & Cats

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helps promote healthy skin and shiney topcoat.

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Comments

    • Deniz
    • November 30, 2009

    It seems that the cost of the furminator products are expensive, but I was paying $55, per dog, to have a de-shedding done and this product, as well as the furminator tool and the other products to bath your dog before using this tool, have saved me a ton of money. I was shocked at the amount of fur that came off of my dogs. I would recommend this to anyone.

  1. I used this on my German Shepherd dog and it works very well. My only gripe with the product is is consistancy. It’s not what you would expect a shampoo to be, more like gel toothpaste. If you squeeze it straight onto the animal, it will not stick to the fur. I lost a good bit of it down the drain at first until I figured out how to work with it.

    The scent of this stuff is phenominal – not at all like a medicated or coal tar style shampoo. The dog looks shiny and great. I can’t say specifically if the shampoo alone has cut down on her shedding. I used it (two wash-rinse-soak cycles) together with the conditioner and furminator tool and the combined results are wonderful.

  2. I have a Jack Russell Terrier and a Rat Terrier. Both have that short wiry hair that sticks to EVERYTHING, and they make little hair cobwebs throughout our home as well. Brushing wasn’t working, frequent washing wasn’t working. It was too expensive to buy this furminator treatment and have both dogs groomed too. I was at my wit’s end.

    I purchased the small blue Furminator tool with 1.7 inch blade along with the Furminator Shampoo and Furminator Solution. I washed both dogs with the shampoo for 5 minutes each as directed. The shampoo smells like Pina Coladas which made the Rat Terrier lick-this is bad as soap does upset dog tummies. But a TON of hair came off of both dogs after the shampoo, about a fist-full each. Next, I slathered them up with the solution, which smells like roses or some other floral scent and left that on for 5 minutes. Again, another fistfull of hair came out with the rinse! I allowed both dogs a couple of hours to dry all the way, then came back and used this tool. The Rat Terrier wouldn’t go for it, he hates all brushes. But the Jack Russell Terrier loves being brushed and let me go over her whole body except the sensitive areas with the tool. And let me tell you, I got a wad of superfine undercoat fur the size of her head off of that dog. And the only hair she’s leaving around the house is hair that was already all over the place prior to the Furminator treatment. I don’t get hair flying off her when petting her anymore, and even the Rat Terrier that wouldn’t let me use the tool on him is still not putting out a lot of shedding.

    I would highly recommend the Furminator products. They are expensive and somewhat time consuming to use, but they work as advertised.

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