Grooming tools that remove dog and cat undercoat | Addy's blog
LILYS PET Tool for Removal of Undercoat and Loose Hair Dog Cat Pet Hair Fur Shedding Trimmer Grooming Brush Tool best
It’s important never to tug at a cat’s fur while grooming, however. When brushing to remove dead hair and thin the dense undercoat, always pause to take accumulated hair out of the brush or comb. Leaving them in will only encourage the fur to mat.
If your cat or dog is shedding, this method for gently removing shedding fur may be just the thing you need. It even works on a lot of sensitive cats and dogs that don't generally tolerate brushing and combing.
No other grooming tool on the market is designed to work like the CoatHook. The CoatHook is uniquely engineered to gently and effectively remove shedding undercoat while leaving attached undercoat and outer guard coat alone — it will not cut fur the way that some steel-bladed combs will.
• Long tines with small hooks on the end reach down to the base of an animal's fur to collect loose, shedding undercoat.
• Rounded edges on the hooks are gentle against skin — they don't scrape or scratch; instead, they give a gentle massaging sensation.
• The hooks are gentle on fur — there are no sharp edges, so they don't cut fur or skin.
• And the tines are flexible, so they're gentle on elderly animals' delicate joints.
You won't find another pet grooming tool out there like the CoatHook, and many of our customers tell us their cats or dogs who don't like to be combed or brushed either do not mind getting combed or actually love getting combed with the CoatHook.
It is designed to easily catch and remove loose undercoat hair
Grooming and Coat Care for Your Cat | VCA Animal Hospital
Dematting Comb with Double Sided Professional Rake By Hertzko Suitable for Dogs and Cats Removes Loose Undercoat Tangles Mats and Knots Great Grooming Tool for Brushing and Deshedding *** To view further for this item, visit the image link.(This is an Amazon affiliate link and I receive a commission for the sales)Full bathing is generally not recommended for cats; however, it is sometimes medically necessary.A full bath includesbrushing out the undercoat, removing any mats, and the cat is gently bathed with feline friendly shampoo and conditioner. They are then carefully blown dry. Additionally their ears and face are cleaned.