Ever since Odie stopped crapping in his crate I haven't been giving him regular baths, and I don't plan to because I don't want his skin to dry out. I've noticed the shedding now, so I figured brushing him once in awhile wouldn't be a bad idea. What kind of brushes do you guys use? A soft bristle brush, or one with stiff metal thingys? I don't even own a brush for my own hair so I'm lost on this one.
I think the best brush for a lab is the Zoom Groom. I also use a soft bristle brush as a "finishing" brush on my black lab. It really brings out the shine in his coat.
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I use the one with the metal things coming out of it, I think it was about $10 from Petco, didn't get anything crazy, and it works great.
Ditto here. I also use a "greyhound" comb after the Zoom Groom. I finish up with either a soft horse brush or a natural bristled human hair brush (depending on how my hand feels).Originally Posted by JeffersonsMomThat sounds like a shedding blade. They work great, but man, does the hair fly! Definitely a use outside only tool.Originally Posted by Tundra Aries
Furminator. Do NOT furminate inside, as you will have a hairstorm!
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