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What's your favourite dog fur remover?
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(09-24-2017, 03:21 PM)pnolans Wrote: After 45 years of owning dogs, I've learned to ignore it.  It is true, you do not want to visit me.  Unless you like dog fur.

Wait- isn't that why they call it Fur-niture? Big Grin

but seriously...Latex knobby palmed gloves.. like the knit work gloves with palms dipped in rubbery stuff.
Also superb for petting the hair off the actual dog. washable too.
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#12
Schitcky.  This thing works like nobody's business and is easy to clean if you have a decent water supply.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAQjF5RPgbg
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#13
Duct tape. 

My cat has another method, but it is not as friendly.
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I use coated garden gloves; just enough to pull the hairs together in a wad without actually sticking to the gloves.

https://www.amazon.com/Pine-Tree-Tools-S...00W5TGD3W/
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#15
I'd just leave the fur on the dog. It's better for everyone that way.

Wink
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#16
Yes, my dog prefers her fur right where it is....

Tongue
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(11-27-2017, 04:53 PM)tx2sturgis Wrote: Yes, my dog prefers her fur right where it is....

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My next dog:  Mexican Hairless Wink
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#18
Its funny you say that... I recently acquired a long haired Chihuahua and it turns out they don't shed much.

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(09-24-2017, 09:39 PM)WalkaboutTed Wrote: Nair?

My grandfather used Nair on his Mexican Hairless show dogs. I think that was probably cheating but I would imagine that most others were doing the same thing. HA!

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My Shih Tzu doesn't shed....craps a lot, but doesn't shed
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