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FURminator Long Hair Dog Deshedding Tool

FURminator Long Hair Dog Deshedding Tool

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    Dog says, "FURminate me, thank you. I'll make more."

    By RocketLiftoff on Nov 1, 2021

    My neighbor recommended the FURminator to me when we were in the height of shedding season. So glad I listened! It was a bit daunting to sift through the many, many models to find the right one for my dog... size of dog, length of coat, "old" style or "new," availability, and price. But worth it! My neighbor recommended the FURminator to me when we were in the height of shedding season. So glad I listened! It was a bit daunting to sift through the many, many models to find the right one for my dog... size of dog, length of coat, "old" style or "new," availability, and price. But worth it! Chewy had the right one. My dog is skittish about brushing, but doesn't seem to mind the FURminator. I use it outside. It takes out an amazing pile of fluff that would have been in my house otherwise. His coat is cleaner and softer. Do the research to pick the right model, and you won't be sorry! … more

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    They're Not Like They Were

    By Jerry on Aug 19, 2021

    First of all, I've used an "original" Furminator for many years and it's a very good tool. I needed an extra so I ordered the current model. The original was made of metal, screwed together, and basically a precision tool. The current model (except for the comb) is made of plastic glued together. First of all, I've used an "original" Furminator for many years and it's a very good tool. I needed an extra so I ordered the current model. The original was made of metal, screwed together, and basically a precision tool. The current model (except for the comb) is made of plastic glued together. The comb works as it should but the "fur ejector" does not fit tightly against the comb, so ejecting the fur is a two-hand process. That means letting go of the dog to remove fur from the tool. The process takes twice as long as it should, even if the dog stays in place. I complained to Chewy Customer Service who thought that my sample was defective, based on generally good reviews and promptly sent me another which was no better. I might try to modify the tool by inserting a piece of metal under the fur ejector. I might also try to find a used "original". I hope that this feedback gets back to the manufacturer. … more

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