Ancol Ergo Shedding Dog Blade
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The blade features shallow, spiked teeth and does not have a razor. To utilize the blade, gently brush the hair in the direction of fur growth. The teeth of the blade effectively remove loose hairs. The blade can be opened by pulling both sides of the handle in opposite directions. It can be used in the closed position for small dogs or smaller areas on the dog's body, while opening it up allows for the removal of loose hairs from larger areas like the dog's back.
To ensure a pleasant grooming session for your dog, start with gentle pressure. If your dog enjoys grooming, you can apply more pressure to remove additional fur. However, it's important to be mindful of your dog's comfort and adjust the pressure accordingly. If your dog becomes agitated, it is advisable to pause or end the grooming session.
Here are some grooming tips to keep in mind: Grooming is an excellent opportunity to bond with your dog, but it's important to introduce grooming gradually to dogs that are new to the process. Choose a time for grooming when your dog is relaxed, ideally after they have exercised. Handle the tools with care, avoiding any tugging on the skin, knots, or mats. Provide your dog with plenty of reassurance throughout the grooming session. If your dog becomes agitated or displays signs of stress, it's best to pause or end the grooming session. Initially, keep the grooming sessions brief, gradually increasing their length as your dog becomes more accustomed to grooming.