FURminator Long/Short Hair deShedding Tools for Dogs
FURminator deShedding tools for dogs are now available for short or long haired breeds. Each tool features the patented FURminator stainless steel blades—equipped with the FURejector button for easy blade cleaning.
Starting at $37.95
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A pet's lustrous coat is an indication of the superb care provide for
him. And because even healthy, shiny coats shed, the deShedding experts
at FURminator designed this easy-to-use grooming tool to remove the
undercoat and loose hair without damaging his gorgeous topcoat. By
reducing shedding by up to 90%, the FURminator deShedding Tool enables
owners you to share their homes with beloved pets, without surrendering
it to his pet hair.
The Long Hair and Short Hair deShedding Tools for Dogs feature patented deShedding edges designed to reach deep beneath the topcoat to gently remove undercoat and loose hair.
Short Hair Tools are used for dogs with hair shorter than 2’’; Long Hair Tools are for hair longer than 2".
dogs up to 10 lbs - 1.25" wide deshedding
Small Green Tool
dogs up to 20 lbs - 1.75" wide deshedding edge
dogs 21 lbs to 50 lbs - 2.65" wide deshedding edge
dogs 51 lbs to 90 lbs - 4" wide deshedding edge
dogs over 90 lbs - 5" wide deshedding edge
Furminator Deshedding Tools have a stainless steel, fine-toothed
precision deshedding edge that does not cut, but gently removes the
undercoat and loose hair from your pet without damaging the top coat.
With proper usage and care, Furminator Deshedding Tools should not need
to be replaced for the lifetime of the pet. Because of this, Furminator
and Funny Fur does not guarantee against bent or broken teeth on the
Tips to keep the deshedding edge of your tool in top condition:
- Be sure to keep the
protective edge cover on the deshedding tool when not in use.
- Take care not to drop the
tool, as doing so may break the teeth, especially if the protective
cover is not on the edge.
- Brush your pet before using
the deshedding tool to remove any mats or tangles. Using the tool on
matted or tangled fur can bend or break the teeth.
- Use only on dry fur.
- Clean the deshedding edge
with warm water. A mild soap may be used if necessary. This can reduce
the feeling of a dull edge due to dander collection in the teeth of the
deshedding edge. Make sure to dry the deshedding edge completely before
storing the tool with its protective cover.
Furminator Deshedding Tools are meant for shedding breeds of dogs:
Dog Breeds Recommended
Dog Breeds NOT Recommended