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Old 12-20-2012, 04:55 AM
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Darnit! I wish I found these posts sooner. I was using the furminator almost daily and noticed my girl with layered choppy hair. But it does work in getting lots of hair out.

What's a good every day brush? I have one with silver bristles and she doesn't like it at all (heck it feels uncomfy on my skin too).

Is the undercoat rake/mars coat stripper to be used with a daily brush?
The pictures I posted earlier show the tools I use daily. My dog loves them. They all come from the furminator company so they are a little pricey, but they have been holding up very well!


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The only brush I would use daily are my Chris Christensen brushes.

These wood pin brushes are very gentle. I use it on my pup.
Wood Pin Brushes for Pet Grooming, Show Dogs & Cats

These T-Handle brushes are great. It's what I use on my adult dog:
T-Brushes for Pet Grooming, Show Dogs & Cats
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Just bought the generic to the furminator, did seem like it was pulling the hair, worked very well on my short hair pug (always shedding) but seemed to pull the hair out of my golden. I will only use it when necessary, rake always seemed to work otherwise.
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