Gulf Breeze, Florida (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
Furmaster® now providing enhanced deshedding for pet owners.
The FurMaster® a state of the art dog deshedding tool is pleased to announce better then anticipated results from an internal study. Dog owners who took part in the study noticed a dramatic decrease in dog hair in their homes. Owners also noted dogs looked forward to being groomed with the FurMaster® The founders of FurMaster® say this is what they expected when they started developing the product a year ago. Dog owners can expect improved grooming and overall better satisfaction.
Groom Your Pet with the Furmaster® During Allergy Season.
Grooming is so much more important once it does get hot. "To help an animal stay cool, you don't always have to shave them down. Pet owners can also increase the grooming frequency with the FurMaster® Dog & Cat Deshedding Tool. Brush dogs before bath time or your daily stroll around the neighborhood. Cats also need regular grooming, and we recommend starting early so they get acclimated to the process. In addition to having much thinner skin than dogs, cat bites can cause more harm, so it pays to proceed with caution. It's crucial to keep a cat calm during grooming. A cat can make itself very, very sick during the grooming process, especially geriatric cats. We can't stress enough how important it is to maintain that animal's state of calm -- with no jerky movement, no sudden noises, nothing that makes a cat agitated; and start when they are young."
Choose the Right Grooming Tool For The Family Pet
Bristle brushes: Bristle brushes can be used on all coat types, and vary according to the spacing between bristles and the length of the bristles. In general, the longer the hair coat, the more widely spaced and longer the bristles should be. Also, the coarser the hair, the stiffer those bristles need to be.
Wire-pin brushes: Wire-pin brushes, with or without rubber-tipped ends, are the preferred choice for pets with medium to long hair and those with curly or woolly coats. Slicker brushes: Slicker brushes have fine wire bristles and are especially useful for removing mats and tangles.
HAIR COAT TYPES - The right brush and brushing technique will depend on your dog's hair type. Short, smooth coats (most Retrievers, Hounds, Chihuahuas, etc.): Brush with the coat's grain using a soft to medium bristle brush with short, closely spaced bristles. Short, wiry coats (Terriers, etc.): Brush with the coat's grain using a slicker brush or a firm bristle brush with short, closely spaced bristles.
Medium to long, flowing coats (Golden Retrievers, Spaniels, Setters, Lhasa Apsos, etc.): Brush with the coat's grain using a wire-pin brush or a soft to medium bristle brush with long, medium- to wide-spaced bristles. Use a slicker brush for mats and tangles. Harsh, outer coats with soft, woolly undercoats (Sheepdogs, Collies, Shepherds, Chows, Pomeranians, etc.):
Brush with the grain on the outer coat and against the grain on the undercoat using a wire-pin brush or a firm bristle brush with long, wide-spaced bristles. Use a slicker brush for tangles and mats. Thin, delicate coats (Yorkies, Maltese, etc.): Brush with and against the coat's grain using a wire-pin brush and a soft slicker brush for tangles and mats.
About The FurMaster® Deshedding Tool for Dogs and Cats.
The FurMaster works by removing up to 95% of unwanted fur and undercoat for Dog Grooming. The FurMaster is truly a one of a kind Deshedding Tool that helps homes and pet benefit from the amazing results. No More Loose Hair! This tool is specially designed for large, medium and small pets.
The Ergonomical and light weight design makes the FurMaster the perfect choice for Pet Deshedding and Grooming.
The Benefits of The FurMaster® Dog Brush Deshedding Tool
Founder & President