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    Ah, makes so much more sense now.

    **sheepish smile**

    I remember teachers trying to tell me that:

    "the only stupid question is the one you don't ask"


    These days I don't find that to always be true... so I always proceed my questions with a "sorry if I sound like an idiot... but"

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    Quote Originally Posted by flossie-spottie
    If i order a new furminator i have to do it abroad, it's to expensive in shippingcosts.
    Does anyone have a furminator double or second hand?

    Furminator will destroy your cavalier hair !
    It's only for short haired dogs.
    http://www.canishop.com/francais/lis...55d7c82d4a9d78
    You have videos on this link

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    Default Re: Looking for furminator

    Quote Originally Posted by Maminou
    Quote Originally Posted by flossie-spottie
    If i order a new furminator i have to do it abroad, it's to expensive in shippingcosts.
    Does anyone have a furminator double or second hand?

    Furminator will destroy your cavalier hair !
    It's only for short haired dogs.
    http://www.canishop.com/francais/lis...55d7c82d4a9d78
    You have videos on this link
    Holy crap. I just watched those videos. That's so much hair! It definitely didn't do that to Wesley's puppy coat.

    Seems as though a lot of people on here like it. What is the reasoning for it destroying Cavalier hair? Looks like all the pictures and videos I ever see, have it being done on a long-haired animal.
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    Ah! That site is not in English... lol! It took a minute for my eyes to get adjusted...

    Ok well... back to a regular brush then...
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    I use a furminator and it does not do that to my dogs. I definitely do not use it that aggressively though. They were practically shaving the dogs with it in those videos! It has by no means destroyed my dogs coats.
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    i use it on brady probably once every 2 weeks or so. i don't do it that mean! i hardly get any hair compaired to what they got. and i don't think brady could stand it if i used it that rough
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    It removes the "subhair".
    Not to confuse with the "dead hair" who can be removed with a brush or a comb.
    The subhair protects the skin, naturally.

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    that woman was rough in the video are you saw that wasn't an electric razor! And how the hell didi she get the dog to stand still my puppy has a tickly spot on her back her hind leg would be dancing all over the place if i brushed her more like scalped her with that brush!

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    that woman was rough in the video are you saw that wasn't an electric razor! And how the hell didi she get the dog to stand still my puppy has a tickly spot on her back her hind leg would be dancing all over the place if i brushed her more like scalped her with that brush!

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    I'm ok with you, a dog is not a horse ! But those dogs don't seem to suffer to be brushed.
    I brush my "daughters" very softly ans every day. As I brush my hair every day

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