What Is Shedding?
Dogs and cats naturally lose old or damaged hair by shedding. Although shedding is a normal process for both dogs and cats, the amount and frequency of hair that is shed often depends upon their health and breed type. It can also depend on the season—many animals develop thick coats in the winter that are then shed in the spring. Pets who are always kept indoors, however, are prone to smaller fluctuations in coat thickness and tend to shed fairly evenly all year.
How Can I Minimize My Pet's Shedding?
While you cannot stop a healthy dog or cat from normal shedding, you can reduce the amount of hair in your home by brushing regularly.
So, we have ascertained that shedding is 100% normal, natural and a necessary cycle in every healthy pet. There is no way to eliminate it, but, there is a way to get rid of the frustration associated with shedding.
How to choose the correct brush:
• Short hair - for a hair length of up to 5cm
• Long hair - for hair longer than 5cm
A hair-free home. A Happy Pet. The life YOU want. Worth every penny!
FURminator deShedding Tools:
• Decrease shedding up to 90% - the stainless steel deShedding edge reaches through the topcoat to safely and easily remove loose hair and undercoat without damaging the coat or cutting the skin.
• Stimulates the natural oil production, which protects the skin and supports healthy, shiny coats.
• Helps prevent hairballs in cats and smaller animals such as rabbits and various rodents that are kept as pets.
• Used and recommended by veterinarians, groomers and pet professionals.
• Cats with Short Hair
• Cats with Long Hair
• Small Dogs with Short Hair (for dogs up to 9kg)
• Medium Dogs with Short Hair (for dogs up to 9.5kg to 22.6kg)
• Large Dogs with Short Hair (for dogs up to 23kg to 40.8kg)
• Small Dogs with Long Hair (for dogs up to 9kg)
• Medium Dogs with Long Hair (for dogs up to 9.5kg to 22.6kg)
• Large Dogs with Long Hair (for dogs up to 23kg to 40.8kg)