3-IN-1 Self-Cleaning Deshedding Tool
Dogs naturally lose old or damaged fur by shedding. This can be an annoying problem for us fur parents. Deshedding tools can help remove loose, dead fur from the undercoat without damaging the top coat.
Generally when purchasing a deshedding tool, you need to ensure you are getting the correct one for your pet’s fur type (i.e. short fur, medium fur, long fur). This can also become quite expensive for those parents with multiple fur babies that have different fur types.
Our 3-IN-1 Deshedding Tool eliminates this problem by providing you with all three blade sizes, which is much more cost-effective.
Over time, the blades can become dull and less effective on your pet. This is a problem, as it can also pull on your pet’s fur and cause them harm (like shaving your hair with a blunt razor).
- Easily removable stainless steel self-cleaning blades.
- Three blade sizes for use on long and short haired cats and dogs.
- Blade sizes: 50mm, 66mm, 100mm.
- Ergonomic, non-slip handle made from TPE and PP – Environmentally friendly materials.
- Removes 90% of dead and loose fur without damaging the top coat.
- Brings out natural oils, promoting healthier skin and shinier fur.
- Helps to reduce allergies that can be caused by loose animal fur.
- In cats, regular grooming will also decrease the frequency of hairballs (cat vomiting). This is because your cat won’t have to self-groom as much.
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- Brush your pet before using the undercoat Deshedding tool to remove any mats or tangles. Using the tool on matted or tangled fur can bend or break the teeth, as well as feel uncomfortable for your pet.
- Be careful not to drop or place the undercoat deShedding tool where it can fall, as it may result in damage to the tool’s teeth.
- The Deshedding edge can be cleaned with warm water and a mild soap if necessary. Cleaning can reduce the feeling of a dull edge by reducing dander collection on the teeth of the deShedding edge. Dry the Deshedding tool completely before storing.
Please read all instructions carefully before beginning your grooming. Use the 3-IN-1 Deshedding Tool only as directed.
Undercoat Deshedding is not the same as brushing or combing – it removes loose, dead hair from shedding without cutting or damaging the topcoat.
- Undercoat Deshedding can be performed at any time on a pet with a completely dry coat, but for best results it is recommended to be performed immediately after washing and drying.
- Before using the Deshedding tool, perform a complete physical inspection of your pet. Look for sores, bruises and skin conditions, which your pet’s coat may conceal. If your pet has any of these conditions, seek treatment from a veterinarian before brushing.
- Use the Deshedding tool much like a brush, gently stroking across your pet’s coat in the direction of hair growth, angling the stainless steel teeth towards the coat. Start from your pet’s head and work your way back, using extra care near the stomach, legs, genitals, and anus. Avoid making excessive strokes in a single area, instead using fewer long, gentle strokes up and away from your pet’s skin.
(CAUTION: Deep or rough brushing can irritate your pet’s skin, so avoid brushing with excessive pressure. If you notice any redness or irritation discontinue use.)
- As undercoat hair is collected by your tool, excess hair can be removed from the teeth of the tool by pushing the big button on the back of the head (self-cleaning button).
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