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Border Collie's have a variety of coat lengths with a thick undercoat that needs to be trimmed and groomed in between major sessions to prevent matting.
Labrador retrievers' hair gets everywhere and on everything. Learn how to remove their hair here.
Alopecia, or hair loss in dogs, could have one of dozens of causes. Learn more about the possible sources of your dog's hair loss here.
Grooming your long haired Chihuahua doesn't have to be tough, but it is a part of a good health routine. Learn how to keep your Chihuahua's coat shiny and clean.
Have you noticed your cat scratching just a bit more often these days? If your cat is starting to lose their hair, there maybe an underlying health reason such as allergies or thyroid diseases. Find out here the most common reasons your cat might be losing hair, and how to treat and prevent more hair loss.
The rough and tumble Australian Cattle Dog may not overtly show signs that they aren't feeling well. Learn what their coat may be telling you.
Not all cats are experts at grooming themselves, and some long-haired breeds may need help keeping all that fur looking nice. Here are some useful cat hair cuts that will have your kitty mat-free in no time.
How you will treat your dog's alopecia will depend on its underlying cause. Learn about your dog's options here.
Alopecia is any underlying condition that causes hair loss in your dog’s coat. Learn more about alopecia, its causes, and how to treat it here.
While looking for dogs who don't shed may having you barking up the wrong tree (since all dogs with fur shed at least a little), you might try your luck with a short haired dog that requires minimal grooming. These dogs are all low maintenance when it comes to brushing.
The Jack Russell Terrier has a double coat that needs to be taken care of on a regular basis. Learn to take care of this special coat to keep your Jack Russel Terrier happy and healthy.
The biggest sign that your cat has a hairball to expel is an extended hacking or gagging noise indicating that your cat is vomiting the hairball. Learn the other signs and symptoms of hairballs.
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