The degree of shedding that you can expect from your dog will vary from breed to breed as well as from season to season. And of course this does have something to do with whether you have a short hair dog or a long hair dog.
However, the amount of hair on your dog doesn’t always go hand in hand with the amount of shedding you are enduring. Some short hair dogs can surprise you with how much they shed.
Regardless of the extent of shedding that you are experiencing from your dog, it is something that you will want to manage correctly, both so that your dog is comfortable and so that your house, not to mention your clothes, can be kept cleaner.
Dog Brushes for Shedding
This slicker brush for dogs can really help keep excessive shedding at bay.
This particular slicker brush is best suited for small dog breeds such as:
- Miniature Dachshunds
- Toy Poodle2
A wire brush can be used on both small dogs and cats as a detangling brush.
Dog Shedding Brush for Large Dogs
This brush is designed to remove shedding hair.
Suitable for large dog breeds.
Pin Brush for Dogs
This brush would suit small to medium size dogs.
This brush could be used with breeds such as:
- Australian Shepherds
- Golden Retrievers
- Irish Setters
Best Brush for Short Hair Dogs
This popular brush for Long and Short Hair by Shed Ninja does the job for both short lengths of hair:
When it comes to shedding, and I know I always had plenty of shedding with my short hair Jack Russell, the FURminator Short Hair deShedding Tool for Dogs comes to the rescue:
Best Brush for Long Hair Dogs
The slicker brush is a beauty for tackling that undercoat:
And for dematting long hair dogs you can use a rake brush:
Other Dog Grooming Brushes
When it comes to choosing the best dog brush, the final decision needs to be made in consideration of the dog’s size and propensity for shedding. If you haven’t found just the right brush for your dog yet, try browsing the range displayed here: Other Dog Brushes for Shedding
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