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Siberian Huskies claim fame in many ways, but the quantity of fur is astounding. That results in the periodic defluffing that must occur.
We tend to “blow coat” twice a year. What we mean is that our soft, insulating undercoat drops in an amazing quantity of fur while our outer guard hairs remain. The running joke is that twice a year is January through June and July through December. While that might be a slight exaggeration, Hu-Dad claims that we conspired to rotate coat blowing so that at least one of us is always dropping huge quantities of fur.
Queen Natasha decided that this week would be a great time to explode in fur. To expedite the fur removal, Hu-Dad deployed our Metro Air Force Commander – our favorite fur removal tool. (Note – This is an Amazon Affiliate Link. If you purchase from this link, we earn a little money toward our kibble bill. Either way, we love ours and just want to share it with you).
When we say it removes lots of fur, we mean lots and lots of fur. Clean up can be quite the challenge:
The last time we posted about our blower, lots of readers asked to see it in action. We produced this video to demonstrate its power.
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