If you have a dog or cat that sheds a lot, it is very important note that they should not be shaved. Their undercoat serves as an insulation from both the heat and the cold, and if you shave them, you reduce their ability to keep watch over their own body temperature.
It is recommended that you groom these types of coats several times a week. You wish to have to begin with a stainless steel coat stripper/undercoat rake for dogs or cats. This undercoat rake will help you remove the loose undercoat. You at all times want to brush in the direction the hair grows. If your dog has a long coat, it is important to separate the hair in order to get to the undercoat. Once you have removed the loose undercoat, you’re going to want a slicker brush to go over the top of the coat.
Brush in the direction of hair growth only – Use short, quick strokes
Remove hair from blades often while brushing