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Furminator

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by thedogsmother, Jul 8, 2009.


  1. thedogsmother

    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    I am surrounded by clouds of Henrick hair and am fighting a loosing battle with the usual brushes so having heard reccomendations for the furminator on pf I was wondering, are furminators as good as they say?, what size will I need for Henrick?, where did you get yours?. Thanks guys
     
  2. dipdog

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    my neighbour has one for her collie cross, and she says there really good cost her around 16 quid i think.
     
  3. sequeena

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    I am dying to have one but it's so expensive :(
     
  4. justenuf

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    They are amazing.....wouldn't be without one.....best £23 I ever spent on the pugs..............it's as if they make hair as they go along.....kind of like candy floss.......one minute nothing and then a great flurry.......well worth getting
     


  5. completely agree! Wouldnt be without mine!
     
  6. Yourgifts Ourgifts

    Yourgifts Ourgifts PetForums VIP

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    could someone please explain what there are as Sky is a nightmare at the moment..:(
     
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  9. sort of a comb thingy lol!

    You rake it (stroke) through the coat and it strips all the dead loose hairs and loose undercoat out! fantastic things!
     
  10. Yourgifts Ourgifts

    Yourgifts Ourgifts PetForums VIP

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    Thanks..i even tryed him with one of those massage brushes but no joy he goes into a state of panic..seems to think hes getting punished for something..:confused:
     
  11. turkeylad

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    İ have heard so many good things about these when İ am next in Uk will be bringing one back.
     
  12. Marcia

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    You should buy the Mikki Moult Master, it does exactly the same, looks pretty much the same but is alot cheaper :)

    I bought my moult master from ebay for £8 :)
     
  13. dexter

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    look on ebay for them
     
  14. Tigerneko

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    We use Furminators at college, they're brilliant!

    My mate bought hers from a grooming stall at Crufts.... probably not the cheapest place to buy them from but she uses it on her white GSD and she says it's brill :)

    ....and she uses a slicker brush on her living room carpet to pick up all the hair afterwards LOL
     
  15. turkeylad

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    Cost too huge to be sent here via ebay.
     
  16. thedogsmother

    thedogsmother PetForums VIP

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    Where in Turkey are you?, I was just wondering if anyone was going on holiday and might slip one in the suitcase.
     
  17. EmzieAngel

    EmzieAngel PetForums VIP

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    Get the moult master!
    It's exactly the same but cheaper, I think it comes in a 4 inch and an 8 inch.
    And you can buy them at Pets At Home, but probably cheaper on the net.
    x
     
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    I didn't see Marcia's post, I had recommended it to her before :)
     
  19. turkeylad

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    Fethiye!!........................
     
  20. Classyellie

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    Agreed! They are amazing! :D Harvey loves it too!
     
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