We’re in the midst of a hairy situation right now and it’s only going to get worse over the next few weeks.
That little nest of hair above is only about 5 minutes of brushing.
This big nest of hair below is about 20 minutes of brushing.
This little dog of fur below, who happens to be named Harry, is going to multiply and have Harry babies all over my house and my yard.
We encounter this hairy, or Harry, situation every spring when the Sherman and Leroy blow their coats, but what’s different about this year is that I’m using a different kind of grooming tool to assist me in this hairy, or Harry, situation.
Normally I use a Mars Coat King in situations like this, but this year I’m using a FURminator.
That’s right, I’m stepping outside of my comfort zone and I’m putting the FURminator to the test on Sherman. I’m even bagging all the hair that comes out so I can show you on Friday. My husband isn’t too happy that there is bags of dog hair laying all around the house but I assured him it’s all for a very good reason.
I think I might surprise him one day this week with a whole bunch of little Harry’s laying around the house.
Anyway, I’ll have my full review of the FURminator up on Friday so be sure to stop back and see how much dog hair I’ve bagged up!