Dog Shedding Prevention Video Guide Released by DakPets

DakPets, a popular pet care brand with a series of excellent products, has just released a new YouTube video explaining how to use a deshedding brush. The company’s pet deshedding brush is currently a top ten bestseller on Amazon.com with almost ten thousand user reviews.

Hawthorne, United States - July 12, 2018 /PressCable/ —

With Amazon Prime Day just around the corner, DakPets has released a new YouTube video to help pet owners deal with the problem of

" target="_blank">dog shedding using a deshedding brush. A highly recommended pet care brand, DakPets offers a wide range of products that have received accolades from thousands of online shoppers. Their latest video guide explains how the company’s well-known product DakPets Deshedding Brush can reduce cat and dog shedding by up to 95%.

The video guide by DakPets recommends washing the pet and drying its coat before using the deshedding brush. Also, if the coat has large knots or tangles, should be removed before bathing the pet. Before using the brush, it is important to ensure that the pet is relaxed. Offering food and treats, and playing with the pet, are some of the best ways to prepare them for brushing.

The video recommends the following steps once the dog is ready:-

· Slide and clip the comb in place by taking the soft-grip rubber handle of DakPets deshedding brush and pressing the button.

· The ergonomic design of the non-slip handle allows easy pet grooming.

· The stainless steel comb is made of four inch rust proof blades that can reach deep down to the undercoat.

· Start brushing with smooth, even strokes in the direction of the coat growth.

· Only slight pressure should be applied while brushing.

The brush removes all of the loose undercoat without damaging the pet’s top coat

· Avoid using the brush on sensitive areas such as the face and paws of the pets.

· The brush should be used 2-3 times a week for ten to fifteen mutes.

The video demonstrates that

" target="_blank">DakPets Deshedding Brush is designed for all shedding dog and cat breeds of any shape and size. Therefore, this brush can be used effectively for all pets regardless of their hair length. A very high percentage of users have recommended this product to encourage a healthy bond between a pet and its owner.

Many pet owners have already thanked DakPets for coming up with this top class dog shedding prevention guide. “I have 2 dogs with hair falling absolutely everywhere in the hot season, so this is so good to know about DakPets Deshedding Brush. It’s much easier to use with these instructions. Thanks so much for sharing,” said an impressed pet owner.

About: DakPets is a world-renowned pet care brand with an impressive range of pet care products. The company’s name is synonymous with high quality, exceptional value pet care supplies. All their products are made and developed by professional experts that specialize in different breeds of dogs, cats, and even horse grooming tools as well as a general pet care range.

Contact Info:
Name: Rob Scrivens
Organization: DakPets
Address: 3503 Jack Northrop Ave, Hawthorne, CA 90250, United States
Phone: +1-213-985-3390

For more information, please visit https://www.dakpets.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 373278

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