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Siberian Huskies don’t shed. They molt. In large clumps of fur that horrify most mortals. Siberian Husky owners refer to it as blowing coat.
The good news is that we only blow coat twice a year. It lasts somewhere between 2 and 4 weeks. The bad news is that we each pick a different month. If you do that math, you will discover why someone is always blowing coat at Chez Herd.
Every Siberian Husky owner has his/her own way to speed the process along. Hu-Dad is a big believer in the Air Force Commander 2-Speed Dryer. A brush is great for detail work, but when removing huge gobs of hair at once, the blower works quickly.
And for those who wonder if we like it, the face below explains it all. Yes, we love it. Ok, except for Typhoon. But Typhoon hates anything that the humans expect him to do. Just on a matter of principle.
In about 15 minutes, we removed tons of fur from the Q-Tip which did help to de-fluff him some.
Guess we are all just getting ready for the winter.
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