Furminator Grooming Rake
- Rotating metal teeth: The rotating metal teeth remove loose hair from the undercoat and help prevent tangles and mats in dense fur.
- Best for Thick Coat: The grooming rake is best for dogs and cats with thick coats or dense double coats.
- Convenient solution: Convenient daily solution for undercoat care.
- Ergonomic handle: The ergonomic non-slip handle gives you maximum control.
- Guaranteed: guaranteed to work or your money back (see instructions for details).
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A regular grooming routine improves pet health and hygiene and provides an excellent opportunity for an overall routine check-up on your pet. Equally important, time spent grooming strengthens the bond between your pet and you, their pet parent. By sticking to a regular grooming process of quick daily brushing, weekly hair removal, monthly bathing and removing pet hair as needed, pets will look better, smell fresher and have a healthier coat. The FURminator brand offers a full line of tools, shampoos, conditioners and sprays to ensure you are equipped for all steps of the grooming process. The FURminator rake has rotating teeth that remove loose hair and tangles to prevent tangles. Best for dogs and cats with thicker coats. The grooming rake offers you convenient daily solutions for the care of the undercoat. Find maximum control With the ergonomic non-slip handle. To groom your pet, find a quiet time and location to sit with your pet.
6.5 x 2 x 9.65 inches 6.88 Ounces
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July 9, 2015
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What is the difference between this (rake) and the deshed tool?
The rake loosens up knots and also floor coverings and also does get rid of some undercoat, yet for best outcomes use this before the Furminator Long hair De dropping Tool. The De shedder gets rid of the undercoat one of the most. I additionally utilize the rake and shedder on my canines chest hair, neck hair and breech fur. I have a Golden.
Can this one be used on a large dog, about 60 lbs siberian husky, medium-long hair?
Definitely, this deals with medium-short hair to lengthy fur. I utilize it on my labs and also my good friend used it on her excellent Pyrenees dogs. We both like it and it works excellent.
Is it suitable for Bernese Mt Dogs ? The handle on my Furminator under the rubber cover has snapped in half. Just looking for new type of rake.
Hey Shelley, yes it is very well made and also sturdy I have 2 and as well as a Yorkie. My 2 and have hefty undercoats as well as furminator takes fairly a pounding with my 3. My buddy that recommended it to me has 2 full grown Huskeys. So I think that speaks for itself. If you still have uncertainties just call your local canine groomer and also get some confirmation/tips. Best of good luck to you as well as your hair baby.: -RRB-
Does this have a release button for the hair ?
No yet it clears out of the brush really easy, finest brush I've ever before made use of on my dogs.
What is the width of the brush where the "teeth" are?
A little over 4.5 inches. What kind of canine are you getting this for? We have a laboratory and this rake was not good for her hair, the teeth are as well big as well as spread apart.
Would this work for a wire haired Rat Terrier who is sensitive to other grooming tools?
Yes, I use it on my Irish Terrier
Is this good for poodle mix dogs?
This I am not exactly sure concerning, yet it's extremely great for collie dogs.
I have shiba inu dog,he is 24 lb.lots of fur and shedding, but average size dog. would this rake be good for him? or is it for large breeds only?
My sister's canine is a lengthy hair mix 30 of fish. She utilizes the next dimension down. I utilized hers before acquiring mine. The larger was an excellent choice for me. I But I assume the bigger one would work and also probably faster.
My furminator makes a clicking noise when i use it. is this normal? it scares my dog.
Thanks for asking! The clicking may be the audio of the pins turning. For help get in touch with the FURminator at [email protected] We enjoy assisting you!
Ehat is yhe best tool to use for labradors?
Labs are brief hair pets. This thing is best made use of on long hair canines like Huskies and the like. For my Lab I used a good tight bristle brush.