This one takes out a lot of undercoat without doing too much damage (there is a little) to the topcoat. It's expensive, but worth it. Also, the dogs find it more comfortable than a traditional rake with pointed teeth.
Best Undercoat Rake For Dogs? | BackYard Chickens
Grooming your dog is the single most important key to reduce dog shedding. Regular brushing with a slicker brush is the best way to keep the loose hair from falling on the floor or your furniture. Once a week try to sit down and do a thorough grooming session. Unlike their feline counterparts, most dogs do enjoy being groomed and it’s a great way to bond with your dog. This session would include taking the shedding comb and pulling it through the hair until it runs through smoothly. For the breeds with double coats, it’s best to use an undercoat rake to pull out the loose undercoat. Again, continue pulling the rake through the fur until it runs through easily. If you run into mats in the fur, use a de-matting rake to cut through it and untangle the mats. Typically, you will pull some small chunks of fur out, but that is okay since there was too much hair for this area of skin in the first place–thus the reason for the matt.
Undercoat Rake Single Row - For Dogs with Medium Undercoats.
If you have a dog that sheds a lot, you’ll want to look for a shedding blade, which is used to remove loose, dead hair from flat, short and combination coats. You can also try an undercoat rake – a brush with a single row of straight metal tines that remove tangles and the undercoat from dogs with heavy coats or double coats.
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