shedding up to 90 percent by removing the loose,
dead undercoat without damaging the topcoat.
- Guaranteed to reduce shedding
better than any brush, comb or pet rake
- Works great on all shedding,
long and short haired dogs and cats
- Brings out the pet’s
natural oils, promoting healthier skin and
a shiny topcoat
- Reduces the amount of airborne
elements that cause allergic reactions in
- The cat Furminator helps to
eliminate hairballs in cats
Small – Small to medium small
Medium – medium to medium large dog breeds
Large – large to extra large dog breeds
The patented FURminator® deShedding
and easily remove (it doesn't cut) the the loose,
dead, undercoat hair that is the souce
of shedding - a pet owner's major complaint - and
the allergies and cleanliness problems that come
with it. The tools' unique stainless steel edge
grabs loose undercoat hair and removes it without
damaging the topcoat.
How often should the treatment
Undercoat grows back after about 4-6 weeks. You will see the best results applying
the treatment on a monthly basis to reduce shedding.
Are there breeds that are not good
candidates for the FURminator?
The tool will work on all shedding dogs and even on
some traditionally "hair-cut-only" dogs,
like Terriers and Spaniels to coarsen the coat and blend clipper tracks. A
few breeds that are typically not good candidates for the
FURminator Shed-less treatment are Poodles, Shitzus, Maltese, Bichons, Portuguese
Water Dogs, and Irish Water Spaniels.
Does the FURminator shed-less treatment
work on terriers?
Yes, and in addition to removing the undercoat and
loose hair, the treatment also offers some additional
benefits for terriers. Terriers have a naturally
coarse coat, and many of the show dogs are hand "striped" to keep
this texture in their topcoats. But using a clipper "softens" the
coat, which is not desirable. Using the FURminator deShedding tool on a regular
basis, however, will help retain that coarse terrier coat on dogs that have
had their hair trimmed with clippers. Schnauzers can also develop a darker
color "stripe" down their backs from clippers. The deShedding tool
will help eliminate this "stripe" and help return the coat to its
Can this treatment help prevent
hairballs in my cat?
Yes. In fact in the April 2005 issue of Tufts University School of Veterinary
Medicine's newsletter for cat owners, the FURminator deShedding tool was ranked
among the best for getting rid of excess hair that causes hairballs.