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Old March 5th, 2012, 06:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Hazmat View Post
I had the same thing with my long hair Maine coon. Furminator left too much loose hair and he got plugged up for almost 2 weeks.

I found that when I use the Furminator I have to follow it up with a good brushing using a standard wire type brush to get rid of all the loose hair that the Furminator pulled up.

By standard wire brush I mean one that looks like these > http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...af6e916d5#x0y5
You have confirmed my theory and my other theory of how to fix the loose hair (I also thought of using a brush but not the wire one which I think is a better idea actually). I will give that a try. I'm very hesitating to use the furminator after her episodes of fur.
Thank you so much
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