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August 26, 2008

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Elle

Wow. I should get this for my dog (border collie/beagle mix, blessed with an undercoat that produces enough fur to weave into sweaters that would clothe an entire Guatemalan village). She's starting to shed and when I walked her yesterday I swear it was like I was walking through tumbleweeds with the amount of fur she was shedding...

jenny

Dogs wear human sweaters. Why not humans wearing dog sweaters. I think the Guatemalan village will love it:) Sounds like your dog is a prime candidate for the furminator. Seriously, everyone I told about it calls and tells me how many lbs of fur they got off their pet. You won't believe it.

ellen

i have a similar device that removes what appears to be an entire cat-size ball of hair from my cat without reducing his actual size one iota.

these things ROCK. petco - I know what I'm doing Labor Day weekend

Southern Angel

OMG, I love my furminator and my neti pot!

jenny

Don't you just love them. Isn't being able to breath great? :)

The Derma Divas

We never thought we'd recommend at pet product as beauty advice, but it makes sense! Allergens can be one of the causes for dark circles and puffiness...
To read more on how to properly apply eye products (to further help with all your eye concerns)check out:
http://myfacialfacts.com/index.php/2008/09/30/is-there-a-correct-way-to-massage-my-eye-cream/

To your skin's health!
The Derma Divas

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