Any owner with a long-haired dog is in two constant wars with:
While the best advice we can offer you to get one-up on the shedding is regular brushing and washing withhigh-quality shampoosto remove the hair before it falls out in your house, we can help you kick the knots to the curb.
First up, prevention is the best cure. Use aHoundztooth Conditioning & Deodorising Sprayevery time your groom or as required. Our sprays are silicone-free so you aren’t going to get a product build up on your dog’s coat, so we recommend using the spray about once a week to stop the knots forming in the first place. This, combined with regular brushing is all it takes to rid yourself of the agony of fur balls. Removing those knots requires a bit more elbow grease (remember, prevention is the best cure) but you don’t need to shave your best friend every time they develop a garden of knots in their coats.
And voila, you have one silky smooth long-haired dog! Now the trick will just be to keep them away from that muddy puddle at the park…