Maintain both long and short coats using versatile dog grooming equipment. A gentle shampoo is all you need to keep short-haired dogs clean. Prevent them from shedding excessively in the house by using a deshedding brush daily. For long-haired dogs, be sure to use a detangler or a cream rinse after shampooing. Keep long coats looking sleek with a rotation of dematting, undercoat and topcoat brushes. Find dog grooming kits, flea and tick supplies and more at Sears.
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Overly long fur can accumulate tangles, burrs and dirt. Use dog grooming equipment to control the length. To get started, set a grooming table up at the ideal height for your dog and attach him or her to the sturdy, built-in arm using a dog leash. The nonskid mat and heavy-duty design helps prevent slipping while you work. Use a specialty nail clipper and an electric trimmer kit to neatly cut excess fur. Then add the finishing touches with brushes, combs and shed control blades. Keep pets looking great with new dog grooming equipment from Sears.