shedding blade has proven to be the easiest method for removing loose hair that would otherwise end up on the furniture, on your clothing, in the car and anywhere else you allow your pet to go. You simply stroke your dog's fur as you would with a brush, starting at the head and moving down to the tail. Don't forget to get the hindquarters and to continue all the way down the legs. Matted fur will likely need to be cut off using a pair of scissors, and once done with the shedding blade, it's a good idea to give your pet the once-over with a slicker brush. This will smooth out the fur, remove any remaining loose hairs and help distribute body oils throughout the dog's coat.
It's Almost Too Easy!
This Vista Shedding Blade has sharp, saw-like teeth arranged in an oblong loop attached to a strong handle. The metal is stainless steel, so no worries about it rusting or tarnishing and, although the teeth are sharp, it's unlike other shedding blades that are more like big razors. Most dogs tolerate use of this shedding blade well and many, in fact, enjoy the process. There's no question that the timely removal of pet hair that would otherwise be shed all over your living space is highly beneficial to everyone.
Since this tool performs exceptionally well at removing large amounts of loose hair, it's best to do the deed outdoors if possible. Try taking your dog far from the house on a breezy day if possible. You'll be amazed at how much hair you'll get off your pooch. Shake off the accumulated hair from your shedding blade in between each stroke. The recommended frequency for brushing is once or twice weekly. Following this schedule, you should immediately notice significantly less hair in your home, in the car and on your clothing. Another benefit that many equestrian enthusiasts have discovered with this large Vista Shedding Blade is how well it works on their horses. It removes hair and brings a sheen to their coats.