FURminator deShedding Tool for Large Dog 51-90 lbs with Long Hair For Sale -
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FURminator deShedding Tool for Large Dog 51-90 lbs with Long Hair:
New,unused,unopened,visible marks to the package FURMINATOR ORIGINAL VARIOUS SIZES Specially designed for the size of the dog and the length of the coat, the Furminator brush effectively eliminates undercoat and dead hair and reduces hair loss by up to 90%. Product Information: The brush is available in 5 sizes adapted to the size of the dog and in 2 versions depending on the size of the hair. Dimensions of the brush: Size XS: for dogs of - 4.5 kg Size S: for dogs between 4.5 AND 9 KG Size M: for dogs between 9 and 23 kg Size L: for dogs between 23 and 40 kg Size XL: for dog + 40 kg Hair size: Short hair / short hair: - 5 cm thick Long hair / long hair: more than 5 cm thick The stainless steel Shedding blade easily penetrates under your pet's hair and gently removes undercoat and dead hair Reduces hair loss up to 90%, more effective than usual brushes or combs The push button FURejector allows to evacuate the hairs retained by the tool in a single gesture Designed by a groomer for professional quality results Used and recommended by veterinarians and professional groomers Choosing the right tool, depending on the type of hair your dog has, greatly improves the results. We recommend using FURminator's deHedding tool 1 to 2 times a week for 10 to 20 minutes. It may be necessary to increase the frequency during periods of high moulting. For more efficiency, use Shedding's tools after treating your pet's coat with Ultra Premium shampoo or dry shampoo Waterless Spray of FURminator. The moulting cycle: The hairs grow in phases. When they reach a certain length, determined by the genetic profile of the animal, their growth stops. A cycle consists of four phases: growth, regression, rest and fall. During its growth phase, the hair grows and leaves the follicle. He then goes through a regression phase where he stops pushing. The rest phase announces the death of the hair. It breaks off and falls easily, especially during grooming. After the fall phase, growth resumes. The cycle of hair growth has a direct impact on their fall. This cycle is uninterrupted in dogs, cats and rabbits, but several factors affect the amount of hair lost by the animal and periods of moult enhancement. Most animals experience a complete moult in the spring and fall. The exact period of the phenomenon depends on the length of the day and the temperature, but also on the animal's hormones, which explains why bitches tend to lose more hair at the beginning of the heat, while sterilized dogs lose some at the beginning of the heat. throughout the year.Related items