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Loose fur after brushing - LOL

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by sequeena, May 15, 2010.


  1. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    Candy's loose fur after brushing;
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    Luna's loose fur after brushing;
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    Sky's loose fur after brushing;
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    :lol: she's a shorthaired GSD too!!!

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    :eek6:
     
  2. jen24

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    You should start making a jumper ready for winter!! :eek: :eek:

    :lol::lol::thumbup:
     
  3. sequeena

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    No need to I'm covered in fur anyway from when I was grooming them :lol:
     
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    Beethoven was like that. The birds loved it in the spring when he started to loose his coat as I left it out for them to collect for their nests.
     
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    Oh that's an idea :) suppose it might be too late now but I'll go put it outside, it's only in a bag anyway.
     
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    That is just wrong! how on earth do u cope with all that hair?!!
     
  7. sequeena

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    By brushing every day :p

    It's not usually that bad, that's all the loose undercoat that comes out when I use the moult master. Usually I just use a comb and a slicker brush ;)
     
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    I put it in a bag then put it out for the birds!!

    What brush do you use for them? I bought a 'furminator' at crufts and it is fantastic!! I can get a carrier bag full from my two at one grooming session!! LOL

    We now take them to the woods and groom them and let the fur blow away for the birds to pick up and line their nests! Nice cosy little birds!
     
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    I have the moult master. A cheaper version of the furminator but it's exactly the same :)

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    I have the moult master, slicker brush and comb which cost me £30 :eek:
     
  10. Ducky

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    when i brush skye, like nothing comes off at all. which kinda surprises me considering she has mid length hair. it is quite fine though i guess.
    she doesnt even seem to moult much.



    kody on the other hand, there is white hair everywhere!!
     
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    They are fab aren't they!

    Do your lot push each other out the way when they see the brush? Logan is funny he nudges Matrix as if to say ''i am going first'' LOL .... Matrix isn't at all bothered and just plays ball until it's his turn! :D
     
  12. sequeena

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    Wow you got Lucky with Skye :eek:
     
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    You could create whole new dogs with all that :D we should create a loose fur thread :)
     
  14. sequeena

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    I love it!! :D

    Sky and Candy LOVE to be groomed. You can mould Sky into any position and she will stay there :D Luna though hates it :lol: She always makes this type of face when she sees the brushes :eek6:

    Good idea!! Everyone add your loose fur pics lol :D
     
  15. Ducky

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    my mum would disagree coz her hoover is always full of black hair, but im opretty sure its all the cats hair, coz my god does that cat shed! im surprised he isnt bald. i would probably get a pile of hair as big as your skys off my cat.
     
  16. Vicki

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    Sometimes when I brushed my Aussie it looked almost like I had created a new dog :D
     

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    :eek: you must have a really fluffy cat!!

    LOL doesn't it give you great satisfaction when you see all the fur come off them?
     
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    nope! fairly standard!!
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    omg look how ridiculously cute skye is in this pic! she was sooo fluffy!!
     
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    The cat doesn't look happy though lol!!!! :D
     
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    hehe this was the first week skye was home and the cat was being brave for the first time. now the cat is pining for skye as both the dogs are away on holiday, so he is lonely. so am i!!
     
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