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sdc100 wrote: Love those bunny feet!
One more gargleblaster! *tickle* *hug*
i can't decide what i want to do first!
^^^ edit: my o m g turned into "One more gargleblaster"
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Wow some of you are lucky. Out of our five cats one one will stand being brushed. The rest of them HATE it with a passion. We have a wire brush, a nylon brush, and a Shed Ender (Furminator clone). If I pull any of those out they scatter like the world is coming to an end.
Luckily we have hard wood floors, no rugs, and leather/pleather furniture. Oh and an endless supply of pet hair rollers.
Signatures are harshing my mellow.
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tpscan wrote:I'm still crushed I missed the Bundle of Carp last week, with the crushed servers letting me get to the order page but never letting me get to the next step.
Don't worry I think I had it worse - crappy conference wifi decides to work RIGHT WHEN THE Big o' Cosmos comes up and then dies as everyone tries to get it.
FINALLY GOT A Bucket of Candycorn ON 9/22/10!
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andypop481 wrote:I have a husky. He is going to undergo his spring coat blowing any week now. Can anyone vouch that these work on huskies? I will be overrun with fur soon. The brushes I've tried all get clogged after moving one inch in his impossibly thick coat.
Huskies have an undercoat. It is very important to get at this coat when brushing. For that you will need an undercoat brush. Regular brushes are fine for occasional brushing, especially if he/she likes it, but to groom a Husky get an undercoat brush to get all that thick fur thar keeps him/her warm in the Winter outside, but is not necessary when it gets warmer. Your pet will be a lot more comfortable and healthy for it!
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thebeautifulcat wrote:My dog gets Dyson-ized and he loves it! I bought the Dyson on Woot a couple of years ago (refurb) and it has been working great. I wish Dyson would come out with an actual use-on-the-dog attachment.
Something like this?
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We've got a Husky, Yellow Lab, 2 Yorkies, and a couple cats. Yes...lots of animals, all different fur types. I've got this, the Furminator, rakes....here's a breakdown:
Husky: The PetZoom is really only good after hitting with the rake or Furminator, then using the PetZoom to get the stragglers on the surface.
Yellow Lab: Works best on him. It gets the fur off easy without 'ripping' it out. Furminator gets more fur, but I feel more resistance, which tells me it might be pulling hairs.
Yorkies: They get combed with a different unit. They hate this thing, but rightfully so. Yorkies have hair, so combs are best.
Cats: Some love them, some hate being brushed in general. The PetZoom only gets the loose hairs, doesn't really help with shedding. A few passes with the Furminator gets those...just don't hit the same spot too long. I had a cat with a bald spot on his back thanks to my overzealousness with the Furminator.
For this price, they're not bad. Will they replace every tool in your arsenal against shedding? Not in the least. Will they supplement your existing tool set? Absolutely.
All my quality posts have been about vacuums...does that mean I suck?
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I have a pitbull mix and a standard poodle and they both love this brush! Especially my pitty. I think it gives them a good scratching in the process.
The brush holds the fur and cleans very easily.
I've even used this on my sisters dog (a larger mix breed dog with very long thick fur) and during shedding season this worked wonders!
This is a great price for 3! I only have the one with the metal tips.
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