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    shedding

    Does your dog shed so much you carry a lint brush around?  Do you find pet hair everywhere, and I mean everywhere. Do you often wonder with all the hair on your clothes, couch, bed and even tub, how is my dog not bald. Shedding is most pet owners’ number one complaint.

    Our furry friends shed to get rid of old, damaged, or extra hair. They grow a heavy coat in the winter to help insulate themselves and then shed the extra hair in the summer. Long-haired dogs, such as Afghan hounds and poodles, shed less than shorter-haired varieties. Some double-coated, serious shedders include the Akita, American Eskimo, Collie, German Shepherd, Great Pyrenees, Newfoundland, Belgian Sheepdog, Labrador retrievers and pugs.

    Here is a list of ways to control and even minimize shedding

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    We love when a compromise works out for all involved.

     

    family isnt blood

    The one in our life who would do anything to make me smile is my dog. She is not blood, but she is my family!

     

     

     

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