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    Thread: Grooming my lab

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      Grooming my lab

      Hi everyone!
      I posted a little video about what I use to groom my lab - just curious as to what you use!


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      I didn't watch the video but be very careful with the furminator. Only use it during major blow outs. Otherwise, it tears up their coats.

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      I did not know that! Thank you

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      Grooming?? People do something other w/ their labs than take the bumper to the pond or river and toss it a few times, followed by a towel drying???

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      I cant remember the last time I groomed my labs

      Yes be careful with that fuminator as said in an above post

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      Yes Cooper gets very stinky and needs a bath a couple times a year - he likes the river/mud a little too much and loves to bring the scent right into the house with him ahah

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      Quote Originally Posted by JenC View Post
      I didn't watch the video but be very careful with the furminator. Only use it during major blow outs. Otherwise, it tears up their coats.
      This, and never use it on wet fur. If I see correctly Cooper is not completely dry when you furminate him.

      Other than that, this was a funny video! I loved Cooper's bath, made me laugh. Labs will happily swim in the dirtiest of ponds but are not fond of water poured over their heads

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      Couldn't watch the video because I'm at work but I love your videos of Cooper.

      Wanted to suggest the zoom groom, it works really awesome on wet hair. You can even use it while you shampoo.

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      I had no idea about the furminator either!!! How would I know when it's the right time to use it? I use it maybe once a month when I notice after petting Samson a lot hair is flying around and on my hand.

      Awesome video! Thanks for sharing

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      I use a love glove or a bristle brush when Maverick is shedding. Otherwise, I don't do much grooming either. Except for his nails that is.

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