FURminator Shed-Less Treatments
Remove hair from your pet, not your couch.
The thinking behind the FURminator shed-less treatment is simple logic – the more hair you remove from your pet, the less hair you need to remove from your couch, your clothes, your carpet, and your car. Although typical pet grooming is very important, it does not address the underlying problem, which literally, is the underlying problem – your pet’s undercoat.
It’s not the hair you see.
It’s the hair you don’t see.
Your pet’s undercoat can become a dense mess of loose, dead hair – and the major source of shedding. The FURminator treatment was developed to grab and remove – not cut, but remove – undercoat hair quickly and easily. Neither the specialized tool nor the process hurts your pet, and all-natural deShedding Shampoo & deShedding Solution are great for promoting a healthy skin and coat on your pet.
Many pet owners of many different breeds report that their pets seem more comfortable and display less scratching after they’ve enjoyed a FURminator shed-less treatment. So not only is the FURminator’s deep-grooming beneficial for you and your home, it’s beneficial for your pet as well.
Designed for both long and short-haired pets
The FURminator treatment will make both long- and short-haired pets look and feel better. Within one to two treatments, the FURminator has been proven to reduce shedding up to 60 to 80 percent.
Designed for cats as well as dogs
The FURminator treatment makes particular sense for use with cats because it removes your cat’s loose hair before your cat can ingest it and vomit it back up as a hairball in a typically inconvenient place in your home. Less loose hair means fewer hairballs.
Recommended by Veterinarians
The FURminator treatment has been endorsed by veterinarians who understand the importance of maintaining a happy and healthy pet. According to veterinarians, the overall health of your pet is based, in part, on keeping your pet both clean and comfortable.
Healthy fur and coats are found on pets with healthy diets
The quality of your pet’s coat or fur typically is a good indicator of your pet’s overall health, and no amount or system of grooming is a substitute for proper nutrition and exercise. Therefore, a balanced diet with proper proteins, vitamins, minerals – and even healthy fats in appropriate proportion – is necessary for your pet to have “that healthy look” that makes a pet so handsome and beautiful.