How much does FURminator reduce shedding?

How much does FURminator reduce shedding?

FURminator helps reduce dog shedding up to 90% which means significantly less hair to clean around your home. Pet coats are less likely to have matting or debris which can harbor skin irritations, insects or parasites. deShedding helps keep the skin clean, promotes healthy fur regrowth and regulates body temperature.

Do dogs still shed after deShedding?

Groomers use multiple tools and methods to de-shed dogs depending on their coat type. Unfortunately, while de-shedding is beneficial and significantly reduces the amount of hair on your dog, it doesn’t stop the shedding process. Many owners are miffed when their dog keeps shedding after a de-shedding.

How often should I brush my dog with the FURminator?

1-2 times a week
For best results, use the FURminator undercoat deShedding tool 1-2 times a week for 10 to 20 minutes each session, though the actual time will vary depending on your pet’s breed, the condition of their coat, and the thickness of the pet’s individual coat.

Should you remove a dog’s undercoat?

Their undercoat helps protect them from the elements. By shaving them down you destroy all natural protective properties their coats offer them. You also increase the chances of bug bites, sunburns, and other skin irritations. Removing dead undercoat will help keep them cooler.

How often should I use the FURminator on my dog?

We recommend using the FURminator deShedding Tool 1-2 times a week for 10-20 minutes each session. You may need to use the deShedding Tool more frequently during heavy shedding seasons. Before each use, you will want to read the deShedding Tool instructions completely. Also, your dog should be free of mats and tangles.

How do you minimize dog shedding?

How to Reduce Dog Shedding and Keep Your Home Clean

  1. Brush Your Dog.
  2. The Right Dog Food.
  3. A Fatty Acid Supplement.
  4. Cover Your Furniture and Car Seats.
  5. Allergy and Flea Control.
  6. Vacuum Often.
  7. Bathe Your Dog Occasionally During the Summer.
  8. Use the Right Brush.

What’s good for dog shedding?


  • Maintain a Balanced Diet. An obvious reason for dog shedding is an unbalanced diet.
  • Bathe regularly.
  • Use Apple Cider Vinegar.
  • Give your fido an olive oil massage.
  • Keep your fido hydrated to reduce shedding.

Why does my dog shed all the time?

Our safety-certified Pet Stylists are shedding experts. They know that dogs shed year-round (though spring and fall are the heaviest shedding seasons) and that a pet’s coat acts as a natural insulator in both cold and warm weather. When your dog sheds, the fur can build up and cause mats.

Can you use the FURminator deshedding tool on a dog?

Not all dogs in these breeds shed. If your dog sheds, the FURminator deShedding Tool will work on your dog. If your dog breed is not listed above, please check the breeds that we do not recommend for using a deShedding tool.

Why does deshedding help reduce the amount of fur your pet sheds?

DeShedding can actually help reduce the amount of fur your pet sheds around your home, because you remove the fur from the undercoat before it has a chance to shed. All pets will need to have a bath at some point, though some are better natural groomers than others.

Is it normal for a dog to shed hair?

For the most part, dogs shed – it’s what they do. Shedding is a normal process in which your dog’s body naturally removes old or damaged hair. Even shedding that seems excessive (i.e. when the lint roller has become your new best friend) can be normal, depending on your dog’s breed, the weather, and a number of other factors.