Wednesday, September 10, 2008

The Best Solution To Detangle Matted Pet Dog Or Cat

No need to worry, there is a solution to your matted pet fur. No more cutting or shaving!!
Matted fur happens to most dogs or cats occasionally. When you notice matted fur on your dog or cat, it’s very important to remove the matted fur as soon as possible. It can be very ugly, and very uncomfortable for your pet- causing him to pinch and pull at it. This will make matters worse.
There are several factors which can cause matting, but the most common cause is lack of grooming. If your pet has long flowing hair, she/he may develop matted hair at some point. Some cats and dogs have 2 coats of fur which shed and need to be brushed out.

If you haven’t brushed your cat, dog or horse mane/tail for long periods of time-your pet will suffer the consequences. Pets are dependent on us to groom them regularly; or to take them to a groomer regularly.
Fleas can also cause matting. They can create a tangled mess in your pet’s fur. Please check and treat your pet for fleas regularly.

There is a Remover that is specifically designed to remove all pet hair tangles-no matter the severity of your pet’s hair mats.
The most important thing to remember when de-matting your pet is bathing your pet before trying to remove the mats will make the matts worse.
The Matted Fur Remover makes removing matts from your cat or dog easy, however it is not a speedy process, so be patient.

Remember to keep your pet calm as you brush.
*A steel comb
*Take Down Matted Pet Hair Remover
First, let your pet get into a comfortable position… on your lap, on the floor, on the sofa, or wherever he can get comfortable. You don’t want to wrestle your pet during this. If your pet is matted in several places, start de-matting in the places where your pet is most comfortable lying down... Also, do your best to control the cat or dog’s head. Control the head… controls the pet.

Second, pour small amounts of the Matted Pet Fur Remover on each section of matted hair. Massage in to your pets fur. Pull the matted clumps of fur apart into small sections with your hands. The matts are easier to remove if they are smaller. Also this will reduce the amount of fur your pet loses.

Pick and comb through slowly each mat with the steel comb. Be sure to brush with the grain of the fur. Do not pull hard –it will hurt your dog. Use the steel comb to slowly break up the clumps.
As the matts begin to break up, remove the tangles. Start at the end of the fur and work your way closer to the skin as the matts loosen up. If you try to start at the base of the fur, next to the skin, you’ll just end up compressing the matts even tighter.

Take your time. Be patient. Help your dog or cat to remain calm and comfortable. If you watch TV that would be a great time to work on the matted hair.
After all the matts are removed, plan on regular grooming times for your cat or dog

No comments: