"a good diet helps with the excess shedding! We are feeding Show stopper, and it is full of vits and minerals, plus we feed him a great dog food, Walker is shedding very little now!!!!!
we were using the furminator, but, i want to show Walker and…"
A) Get rid of corgi.
B) Get used to it.
I've never tried a furminator because I fear it'd take out too much fur. These are outdoor dogs. I like to see the snow collecting on their backs while they don't seem to notice."
"Shedding corgisb their coats....hmmmmm.....nope, never heard of shedding. Exploding, now that one I've heard about before, and that was putting it mildly. My suggestions are in this order:
B) Dyson Sweeper
C) Hard wood floors
"I only use the furminator during the height of coat-blowing, and only every second day at most for a few minutes at a time. I think it does pull a small amount of viable coat. I would never use it as a regular grooming tool, just as a coat-blowing…"
"I'm not surprised to hear that the Furminator is flawed. We bought one because everyone raved about them and at first I thought, wow, look at all the hair it's getting, but then I started to wonder how good this tool was for the dogs skin…"
"I am the meanie here but I do NOT like Furminators for constant use. You can use them a couple times a year but after that you're kind of burning the coat. The Furminator is just a clipper blade attached to a handle, and it has the same sharp…"