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FURminator deShedding Tool for Dogs, Large, Long Hair

September 16, 2018 - Comment

As creators of the FURminator deShedding Tool, FURminator continues to raise the bar with innovative, proprietary shedding solutions. The FURminator lineup of deShedding tools, grooming tools, hair care products, bathing and hygiene solutions broadens and enhances the FURminator deShedding experience for pet parents and their pets. Simply put, there is no pet care solution on

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As creators of the FURminator deShedding Tool, FURminator continues to raise the bar with innovative, proprietary shedding solutions. The FURminator lineup of deShedding tools, grooming tools, hair care products, bathing and hygiene solutions broadens and enhances the FURminator deShedding experience for pet parents and their pets. Simply put, there is no pet care solution on the market like the FURminator product line. The FURminator deShedding Tool for large, long haired dogs features a long hair stainless steel deShedding edge to reach through topcoat and safely remove loose hair and undercoat without damaging your pet’s coat or cutting their skin. The FURejector button cleans and removes loose hair from the tool with ease, making deShedding easier than ever! You will love the ergonomic handle for comfort and ease of use as you deShed your dog.

Use this tool for long hair dogs 51-90 lbs. The 4″” deShedding edge is designed for coats longer than 2 inches.

Product Features

  • Stainless steel deShedding edge reaches through topcoat to safely and easily remove loose hair and undercoat
  • FURejector button releases hair with ease
  • Ergonomic handle for comfort and easy use
  • Remove loose hair without damaging the coat or cutting the skin when used as directed
  • deShedding tool for large (51-90 lbs) dogs with long hair

Comments

Seth A. Ratner says:

The BFG of animal grooming! This thing is ridiculous. You may think you’ve brushed the hair off your dog, but oh no, my friend, you haven’t.Let’s get one thing clear, your dog has too much hair, and the FURminator was sent by aliens in the future to help you fix that. Let’s get started!First, go put on something you don’t plan on wearing for the rest of your life. Unless you wear plastic trash bags (Derelicte?), you’re about to be wearing your very own authentic dog-hair suit. A lint roller will…

Autonomous J.E.N. says:

One of the Best Invesments I’ve Ever Made I’ve been on the fence about getting a Furminator for a year now. I have a 70-pound Catahoula Leopard Dog mixed with I think Border Collie or Australian Shepherd. She sheds A LOT. I actually just invested in one of those automatic vacuum cleaners because I just bought a house with wood floors and I have to manually vacuum them at least twice a day, she sheds so much. I bought a cheapie brush for my dog Maxie from Wal-Mart, and it didn’t do me any good. I think it hurt her to brush her with it,…

Lily says:

Can’t believe it…! Buyer beware! I purchased this long hair “FURminator” from ‘Valentina Vallenti US’ through Amazon.com, turns out it is a counterfeit product! I have both the Long hair and Short hair deShedding brush that I have purchased at a chain pet store a few years ago so I decided to compare the both as the packaging looked poorly made. On closer examination I noticed that the blades looked extremely dirty, it almost looked like it was “rusted”. My previous brushes that I’ve owned that I…

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