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Double Coated Dog Breeds

  • Akita

  • Alaskan Husky

  • Shiba Inu

  • Siberian Husky

  • Australian Shepherd

  • Shetland Sheepdog

  • Bernese Mountain Dog

  • Great Pyrenees

  • Newfoundland

  • Golden Retriever

  • Labrador Retriever

  • Miniature Schnauzer (exempt from de-shedding fees)

  • Havanese (exempt from de-shedding fees)

  • Pomeranian (exempt from de-shedding fees)

 

Grooming Process

De shedding is the physical removal of a dog’s loose undercoat. The idea is to remove the hair before it lands on your furniture and clothes, but it also makes your dog more comfortable. Groomers use multiple tools and methods to de-shed dogs depending on their coat type.

 

Unfortunately, while de-shedding is beneficial and significantly reduces the amount of hair on your dog, it doesn’t stop the shedding process. Many owners are miffed when their dog keeps shedding after a de-shedding. While it’s impossible to clear out 100% of lose fur (or fur that wasn’t ready to shed yet), you will see a big improvement.

De-shedding should be done regularly, and once you’re on a good schedule, the effects will be more noticeable.

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