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Unread 01-19-2013, 12:29 AM   #1
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Default Static in dog's coat during brushing

Recently whenever I brush Miyavi's fur there is some static. I can hear it during brushing and it makes her undercoat come out/stick to the brush/me/her/everything.

It's kind of a pain -_-;

Does anyone know what could be causing it/what I can do to prevent the static in her fur?

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Unread 01-19-2013, 12:34 AM   #2
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I'ts the time of year... It's a pain the the butt..You can use a couple propducts during brushing to help prevent this...
Wholesale Pet & Grooming Supplies - Ryan's Pet Supplies - *PROMAGIC 12.5 OZ--ORMD

You can spray the brush and a light mist over the dog to help prevent static.

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Unread 01-19-2013, 12:36 AM   #3
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Oh I forgot amazon doens't link

Gold Medal Unicoat Professional Grooming Spray (16 Oz) - Reviews & Prices @ Yahoo! Shopping

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Ah! Thanks I'll purchase some.

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Static electricity can be a pain! and small shocks can happen depending on if you are charged up or your dog! So neutralising it can help as enough charge can be generated! Good luck on the product you are buying Ama
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Ama, it is that time of the year. Good luck with the products that Louuie suggested. Let us know how well they work.

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I'm going to stress again

YOU DO NOT NEED MUCH OF EITHER PRODUCT!

They will infact make your do very oily if overused. Though they do condition and soften the coat as well as de-staic.

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