Hello everyone! I need to know if the furminator will be a good tool to use on a Norfolk terrier? Is this tool great??
on Dec 4th 2010
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It is expensive and slower than the equally effective cheap slicker brush. I don't know what you call what I am using. It has fewer, wider spaced wires with a little ball on the ends. It is just as effective and more comfortable for the dog. Don't waste your money on a Furminator. I think my brush was a freebie from Science Diet.
Aster answered on 12/4/10. Helpful? / 0
I believe you are supposed to hand strip Norfolks...Any one else know?
Snickers answered on 12/4/10. Helpful? / 0
Yes, I would say that is a good one, I also have another suggestion,the Fur Buster, that is the best one I have ever owned, I use it on my cats and dogs, they love it also, it gives them a massage while brushing out the undercoat as well.=)
♣Duchess♣ answered on 12/5/10. Helpful? / 0
I have the fur buster, it is a cheaper version of the furminator but works the same. It works all all the different coats we have here and is better then any slicker brush i own at getting hair out of the dog and even cats.
Dunkin answered on 12/6/10. Helpful? / 0