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Make deShedding part of your grooming routine

Grooming is necessary for an animal's health and hygiene. The removal of shed hairs helps the hair in its renewal process. More importantly, grooming cleans the skin of dandruff, eliminates dry skin flakes and improves its insulation properties. There are different ways to groom the pet’s skin and fur like brushing, combing or deShedding.

Often when we talk about the ‘control of shedding’ we think about brushing and/or combing, but this is not equal to deShedding. Brushes and combs are used to clean the coat of debris and keep the pet’s coat looking shiny and healthy. Brushing in particular stimulates the skin into producing natural oils and is also necessary to untangle knots and help remove dirt and loose surface hairs.

Combing helps to smooth and shape the hair, untangling knots in the facial region, legs, paws and the tail. Compared with brushing and combing, deShedding is considered as the effective removal of loose undercoat from the pet without cutting or damaging the top coat or the pet’s delicate skin.

While brushing, combing are all together necessary parts of your pet’s grooming routine, brushing and combing alone will not take care of your pet’s shedding problem, because they are not enough to reduce shedding up to 90%*.

Ensuring you introduce deShedding to your grooming routine after brushing and combing; the pet’s loose hair can be effectively removed.

Introducing the FURflex™ tool from FURminator®

Using all three grooming methods allows you to keep your pet’s fur and skin healthy.

The revolutionary adaptable FURflex™ handle allows you to streamline your grooming routine with one click of our FURmlock™ technology! Use one handle and multiple heads to brush, comb and deShed your pet.

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