In this guide, we look at what might be one of the best shedding blades for dogs.
We also briefly discuss what a shedding blade might be used for.
Let’s take a look!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Best Shedding Blade For Dogs: Top Shedding Blade
One of the top shedding blades might be the:
Best Shedding Blade For Dogs: Review
Safari (By Coastal) Dual Sided Dog Shedding Blade
A double sided shedding blade for most coat types, but most suited to medium to large breeds
One side of the blade has coarse teeth for thicker and longer hair, and the other side has finer teeth for shorter and finer fur
You use it be using the blade straight, or looping it, and applying very light pressure and dragging it along your dog’s coat – it should pick up loose hair as you pull it along
Designed to be used with a brush after use to smooth the coat out
Best Shedding Blade For Dogs: Buyer’s Guide
What Might A Dog Shedding Blade Be Used For?
A shedding blade is used to remove loose hairs from a dog’s coat, and specifically helps with dogs that shed or dog’s with an undercoat.
Safety & Using A Shedding Blade
Read the instructions before using a shedding blade.
They might say to only apply light pressure with the blade.
Using A Shedding Blade vs A Brush, Comb, Deshedding Tool Or Rake
A shedding blade is mainly used to remove loose hairs.
A brush or a comb can be used for dematting and detangling, as well as finishing a coat.
Deshedding tools and rakes can be used for dematting and removing loose hairs from the undercoat.
Some brushes can be an all around tools that detangle, remove loose hairs, and finish the coat.
If you use a shedding blade, you usually have to use a brush or comb afterwards.
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