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FURminator Dog DeShedding Tool Review

When it comes to shedding, almost every pet owner has to deal with it, unless you’re lucky enough to own a dog that only sheds like once a year. For the most part, dogs shed during the spring because that’s when they have to say goodbye to their thick winter coats to make room for a lighter one in preparation for the hot summer months.

That’s where a FURminator dog deshedding brush will come in handy. Does the FURminator brush live up to the hype though? Let’s find out.

What Should You Know About The Furminator Deshedding Tool?
The FURminator deShedding Tool can quickly and efficiently remove dog fur without scratching the skin underneath. That’s because it’s made with delicately designed teeth that can reach the bottommost part of your dog’s coat to help to minimize shedding by up to 90%.

The great thing about the FURminator is that it’s designed for all types of dogs, regardless of the breed and size. It’s suitable for large dogs with heaps of hair, as well as short-haired dogs that only need it a few times a year. The tool comes in different sizes to cater to the unique needs of different dog breeds. If you visit their site, you’ll see a size chart that’ll guide you to the option you should pick for your pup.

The FURminator is super easy to use. All you have to do is press a button and use it after bath time for smooth hair removal. Thanks to its intuitive design, this dog deshedding brush will significantly reduce the amount of time that you have to spend brushing your pet’s hair.

This is great news for both you and your pet because within seconds you both can go on to do whatever you want with your time without worrying about your pet shedding all over your furniture.

What Do The Reviews Say About FURminator?
According to hundreds of satisfied customer reviews, the FURminator works as advertised. If you search for the word ‘FURminator’ on YouTube you’ll find dozens of tutorials on how to use it as well as testimonials from people who’re very happy with its results.

In fact, the FURminator is so effective and reliable that it’s commonly used by professional dog handlers and groomers alike. It has a way of leaving pets with a healthy, shiny, and super clean coat.

This deshedding tool works wonders, and it ticks all the boxes, except maybe when it comes to the cost. It’s available at a rather steep price tag, but it’s well worth it.

What We Liked

  • Made with comfort in mind
  • Highly durable
  • Easy to use
  • Helps to reduce shedding
  • It won’t damage your dog’s topcoat
  • Very good at removing undercoat and loose hair
  • Works for most breeds

What We Didn’t Like

  • When used incorrectly, the FURminator can irritate sensitive skin
  • It’s on the pricey side
Final Thoughts

The FURminator deShedding tool is made according to expert craftsmanship courtesy of master groomer Angie Porter. It’s easy and convenient to use while delivering very effective results. Even though it’s a bit expensive, the FURminator offers great value for money.

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