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Old 02-01-2014, 02:16 AM   #1
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Old 02-01-2014, 10:14 AM   #2
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Have not but it seems to have good reviews. I'm curious if anyone else has used it.
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I would be also be interested to know if anyone has tried it. I usually use the comb that is like a rake and it takes a lot of undercoat out but maybe this would be easier. When I combed Susie the last time you could make another small dog out of what came out but I am still picking up clumps of hair all over the house.

I actually bought a new vacuum just to take her hair off the big carpet I have in my living room. I know I could just keep her out of that room but not fair for her to be locked in the kitchen when everybody else can go in the living room.

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I have one of those (an older model) and it does indeed get a ton of hair. The problem with it is if you do not brush properly and pay attention to how you are brushing you'll end up actually pulling good hair out which can cause damage.

It's not good for short-haired dogs and you really do need to be gentle.


Yes, though, it gets a lot of hair.

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Have not but it seems to have good reviews. I'm curious if anyone else has used it.
Same here!

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Looks like z furminator to me
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I ordered one. Will let you know how it works when it gets here. Sadie doesn't like to be brushed for more than a few seconds.
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I thought the same thing. I have the furminator. I love it, but you do have to be careful with it too. The fur has to be dry and no mats.

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is it the same owner as the furminator? seems interesting.... has good reviews

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Pretty interesting stuff. My aunt uses this miracle de-shedder tool for her great pyreness, its so far the best for her big doggie who always seem blowing coat whole year round. But would like to know too which works better.

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