When you adopt a dog, you also adopt the humble lint roller. Dog hair will surely infest your home, your clothes, and your poor black pants. Fighting fur can be an uphill battle, but there are ways that you can control the shedding epidemic.
1. Lose the Loose Hair
Many times certain dogs have a thick undercoat that they grow to keep them warm during the winter. This coat is then lost during the warmer months when your dog no longer needs it and is usually found on your furniture or clothes. Get a tool like a FURminator which can work to loosen and remove that undercoat, saving you a a world of shedding trouble.
Grooming your dog often and working out the loose hair, as described previously, will help keep your dog’s hair manageable. Create an alarm on your phone or calendar to remind you to do it at least once a month or more depending on the type of dog.
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