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PawsPamper 12-Blade Pet Deshedding/Dematting Rake for Small Medium or Large Dogs or Cats | Stainless Steel Coat Stripper with Wooden Handle | Effectively Reduces Shedding - B00204CD4

  • Product Code: B00204CD4
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£97.20 £37.26 Ex Tax: £37.26

  • Sharpened Stainless Steel Teeth Blades, Works Quickly on Large Areas

  • Comfortable Durable Wooden Handle With Ultra Durable Construction

  • Rounded Blade Edges For Safety; Effectively Removes Loose hair and Helps Work Through Knots, Especially Thick Undercoats, Leaving Coat Full and Healthy

  • Can Be Used on All Breeds, Excellent on Double Coated Dogs, Not to Use on Dogs with Thin Hair

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  • If you have a double coated dog, you can expect a lot of shedding. These dogs typically loose hair all year long, but twice a year, at the change of seasons, 'blow' their coat. During these times you can expect a lot of hair to fall out!

    The most common double coated dogs are: Labradors, Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, and Huskies.

    It is important to note that these dogs should not be shaved. Their undercoat serves as an insulation from both the heat and the cold, and if you shave them, you reduce their ability to regulate their own body temperature.

    It is recommended that you groom these types of coats several times a week. You want to begin with a stainless steel coat stripper/undercoat rake for dogs or cats. This undercoat rake will help you remove the loose undercoat. You always want to brush in the direction the hair grows. If your dog has a long coat, you will need to separate the hair in order to get to the undercoat. Once you have removed the loose undercoat, you will want a slicker brush to go over the top of the coat.

    Instructions:

    - Brush in the direction of hair growth only - Use short, quick strokes

    - Remove hair from blades regularly whilst brushing Tips and Cautions

    - Not suitable to use on sensitive areas such as ears and belly

    - Do not use on dogs/cats with thin hair

    PawsPamper 12-Blade Pet Deshedding/Dematting Rake for Small Medium or Large Dogs or Cats | Stainless Steel Coat Stripper with Wooden Handle | Effectively Reduces Shedding - B00204CD4

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