There are several methods you can use to free your four-legged friend from loose hair and support the change of fur in cats and dogs. The best way to find out which one is right for you and your fur noses is to give it a try.
1. Brushing and combing when changing fur
In order to get at least some control over the tufts of hair and balls of fur, it is advisable to brush or comb your dog and cat daily during the change of fur. This stimulates the blood circulation and dead hair can be removed without going through clothing and furniture. Removing pet hair can also make it a pleasant massage session for your pet. A tip: Always work in the direction of fur growth!
2. Remove animal hair with a rubber glove
Removing pet hair can become an electrifying matter with the use of rubber gloves. If the rubber surface is slightly damp, you can run it over your furniture and so easily pick up hair thanks to the electric charge.
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3. Lint roller and tape
The good old lint roller can work wonders when it comes to textiles. If this should not be enough when changing the fur, adhesive tape is one of the insider tips: just press it on the hairy clothing and pull it off together with the hair.
4. The tumble dryer tip
It's even easier if you want to remove animal hair: Many dog and cat owners swear by the tumble dryer trick. Simply throw the dry and "hairy" clothes into the dryer, switch on a short program and look at the result in the fluff filter. You will be surprised how much hair ends up there.
5. Support the change of fur with the right nutrition
So that your cat or dog does not have to be supported so strongly when changing fur, you should generally pay attention to the right food during this time. When changing fur, your pet is dependent on a whole range of vitamins and minerals that are important for hair growth, including vitamin E, B vitamins, biotin, copper, iodine and zinc. If you see that your cat or dog has problems with the fur, switch to skin and fur food. Find out from your veterinarian and specialist retailer about the right products for your animal partners.