Win A FURminator Contest!

 |  Dec 15th 2008  |   0 Contributions


There's a great deShedding product on the market, the FURminator. This and the RapidBath, you may remember from our You're A Very Dirty Dog contest, are two of my favorite products. I use the FURminator at least every other day, it's a must have with three large dogs.

When I was contacted by a representative of FURminator about a giveaway I jumped at the chance. We're giving away one medium size FURminator, good for medium size dog and cats (medium size cats?).

FURminator Inc. manufactures products to address the number one complaint of pet owners, SHEDDING. We also love our pets and understand the frustration fellow pet lovers feel with the problems of shedding. The embarrassment of hair all over the house when guests come to visit. The endless vacuuming and cleaning. The constant checking and wiping of their hair off our clothes.

The FURminator reduces shedding up to 90 percent by removing the loose, dead undercoat without damaging the topcoat.

  • Brings out the pet's natural oils, promoting healthier skin and a shiny topcoat.
  • Guaranteed to reduce shedding better than any brush, comb or rake.
  • Works great on all shedding, long and short-haired dogs and cats.
  • Guaranteed to reduce shedding better than any brush, comb or rake.
  • As you can see from our boy Logan, pictured above, this product really works. If you go to their site you can see photos of other dogs that were Furminated, as well as a video demo of the product.

    They also have a line of deShedding products: shampoos, conditioners, supplements, and treats. The treats help reduce excessive shedding by promoting healthy skin and coat, our dogs love them.

    The contest will run today through Friday, December 19th. To enter leave a comment, in the comment section, why you would like to win a FURminator. One winner will be chosen at random, good luck.

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