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How to Deal with Excessive Dog Fur | Keeping Your Home Clean with a Samoyed



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So your dog is shedding, now what!? Here are some simple solutions! More info below.
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47 comments

  1. Second only, ask anybody with the fearless in the face of certain to be suffering, in full blown, automatic firing of hair, an instant “insheddastation” and quick hair change artist or chameleon like coat changing, daily, molting twelve times in year, The source of secret government study into ultra low impact bio-weaponizing these super small, super ninja-like strands of flying fur-barbs. The flights of attack hairs that self-seek in schools of floating formations of floating fury and fly off your fiendishly plotting your pain friend, Fido, Its as if factory like style, as well or better a helicopter gunship with biological micro missiles seeking to drive only the path straight into your eyes, secondly target the nostrils for a tickle torture of finger digging to stop the itch that never goes away or found, or into the mouth for the” hat trick of canine vengeance” of mental mind games.and emotional torture by way of mans best friend and with what seems like gps accuracy( or better), and give you (me only it seems) the Uber irritating and Uber scratchy and rivers of tears and , crusty eye Bugars instant pink eye when it’s only the worst time to suffer it.
    The undisputed champ of “How is there hair in my new underwear?”Or insert any other place you can and can’t fathom.Free follicle q-tips for life, just check the floor Walking fur forests on four feet, Did I mention the the vengeance seeking Flying hair? These natural factories of Fido follicles, of terror attack hair squads that find, follow you anywhere and everywhere, patiently as a self-aware natural stalking army of irritation, but not to Fido He’s safe and happy to launch the attacks or shake to attack and leave you to answer daily the people who ask you “what kind of cat do you have?”
    Followed by last and The undisputed king, in my experience, and home to the classic and infamous , ignorant and stupid people who you wonder how some remember to breath or “why don’t I run the world with the lack of brains all of them seem to have?” All asking the same question by those brain cell starved, who will never understand as they will never know how repetitive and sick of hearing free expert answers from those who don’t have even a dog! Amazing to be asked daily, over and over again. “How do ya stand all that?” Then to exactly tell how you should do this or that, when they don’t have the privilege of living with one.
    I think the flying hair attack squads can be lived with over pseudo-intellectuals for what I get in return….The king of shedding maybe, but the love and affection in return, even if he acts like he is too cool for that is worth it.

    THE SIBERIAN HUSKY

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  2. The rubber gloves are such a good idea. My boys going through his first big shed. I have to groom him inside. Just blew him out and it looks like its snowing. Fur is still floating around half an hour later..Why he is shedding in the middle of winter I have no idea. But definitely getting rubber gloves to try!

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  3. You live in Colorado? I do too!

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  4. I would love to spin all that fur into yarn! What do you do with it?

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  5. I've been looking everywhere for a video like this. Everyone's dogs shed just a little and i'm over here living in fur 😭

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  6. Oh don't they love their Mommy. Such gorgeous dogs – the floofiest cuddle puffs, and their faces go all gooey when they're being cuddled. What a lovely life you give these precious darlings. Bless you sweetie.

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  7. 3:53 your is dog is hiding behind the chair 😁😂😁

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  8. I have a question. In one of your videos you mentioned Meeko is not spayed. Is there a reason why you did not spayed your second samoyed? I have a 1 year old samoyed and have read so many people pro and con spaying. I am not sure if I should spayed her. I would love her to get more fluffy and it's one of the things people mentioned. You have both, which one would you recommend?

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  9. Forget about the Furminator try the new grooming trend: deShedding care of AnimaSoinBio Canada: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=+AnimaSoinbioCanada.com+

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  10. hey kaiy, i love all of ur sam care vids, and use a sticky washable lint roller instead, basicly if u want to clean it u just have to dip it in water, if im right the name of the product is sticky buddy. it have a roller and a tongue brush like side 😀 please make more sam care vid! im thinking of getting a sam pup for a while now and i want to have knowledge of them and their care at fullest! thx anyways u deserve so much more than 7k subs!

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  11. The sticky buddy doesn't use a lot of paper!

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  12. Lol. Gorgeous dogs. I have four eurasiers and it's a similar situation. Will watch your video on grooming next as they have similar fur (samoyeds being one of their ancesters). We have the same comb but our dogs aren't as amenable as yours to grooming! I have a large roller covered in green sticky stuff that you just wash to refresh, comes with little folding travel one as well. Bought from Asda (Wal-Mart family) in the UK a couple of years ago x

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  13. That is a lot like living with my Great Pyr. I feel like every time I turn around there is a new fur tumbleweed! Lol you're dogs are too precious!

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  14. My dad is really against dogs that shed, but my mom wants a Golden Retriever – primarily for its temperament and it's facial features and the fact they have a big mushy face (she thinks those are what makes a dog charming, or whatever). She also wants a large dog, as we have three small dogs right now. But they shed (Heidi – our Chihuahua Dachshund doesn't but our two pruebred Chis do and it annoys my dad)

    My dad is really against getting a golden because he knows from our last one he was destructive and that it shed like crazy. My mom doesn't exactly want a golden – but again – something with similar facial features – and retriever-like qualities (she also mentioned the facial features of a golden, the 'jowls' – or the skin around the lips how they have saggy faces? Is what she's looking for the features.)

    Obviously we're not ready to get a dog right NOW. But i still have no idea what sort of dog they can agree on. My dad would absolutely reject a Samoyed because of how much they shed. He wouldn't be able to stand it – it'd drive him crazy. But mom wants a dog she can groom. Which was why i tried to convince her to get a Poodle, but she didn't seem too interested? I mean, I told her I choose any dog that I fall in love with (that and I just want a Heinz 57 to be honest, something like our previous dog, Copper who was so mixed we had no idea what he was).

    Any suggestions? Of course we're looking to adopt (I looked at Tibetan Mastiffs, Leonberger's , Newfoundlands, etc. Those seem to be the type of 'facial features' that my mom is looking for. But size-expectations she knows they're way too large for us and we live in Florida so it's too hot for them. My mom is really picky and my dad is even worse.)

    I'd be happy with a Pitbull. I mean, if my parents weren't so picky… >_< but oh well.

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  15. That was posted before she said denver

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  16. Do you live in nyc

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  17. I love your personality!!!! And your fur babies are sooooo cute!!!!

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  18. Can you make a video detailing how much exercise these dogs need? I want one, but I also want to make sure I can provide for all of its needs!

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  19. Great video, your dogs are lovely! My Maltese does not shed excessively, but I recently tried a deshedding glove for a Husky/Shepard we had as a guest on our channel, and I was impressed!

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  20. I've found a roller that is made of rubber, like your gloves, that you just wash with plain water to remove the fur. Works pretty good and no additional pollution.

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  21. I have angora cat its actually the same thing – long haired pets leave fur all the time

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  22. What specifications do you make when taking them to the groomers? Does it differ per gender of Samoyed? I've seen some irreversible results when some take their Samoyed to the groomers and they end up shaving them, which I've heard ruins their coat.

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  23. Would a normal vacuum be alright for an all-carpeted house? Your channel is so helpful as a guide for buying one!

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  24. ❤️

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  25. So if they ever run off you can follow the trail of loss fur and find them…lol. I'll stick to the Great Dane whom are current bigger than my little self.

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  26. Tinker at the back haha

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  27. 3:32 I do the same xD

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  28. We have one of those fur removers which basically if you move it in one direction of your clothes it gets rid of the hair and the other way it just puts it on you, so you have to be careful with which way you wipe but it's not that big of a problem, it's just one of those things you buy once and that's it but I'm not sure if they would be good enough for dogs with that amount of hair.

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  29. Kait I found an eco "brush" to clean the clothes and it's made of cloth. Touching it to one side is rough and towards the other is soft. I found it in Colombia but you can look for some similar cloth. It's easy to clean and it's forever. Good luck

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  30. Kait I found an eco brush to clean the clothes and it's made of cloth. Touching it to one side is rough and towards the other is soft. I found it in Colombia but you can look for some similar cloth. It's easy to clean and it's forever. Good luck

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  31. Kait, how long can you leave your dogs alone (when you're working etc)

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  32. love ur vids!

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  33. those infomercial "schticky" lint rollers are reusable (unfortunately still plastic tho)

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  34. I really really like sammy's! I'm begging my mom for one but she doesn't like the amount of fur she has to clean… Do you have any tips on how i can convince my mom to get one?

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  35. I know all the problems too well:D I also have a samoyed. The only thing is my dog doesn't want to be combed. She hates it and she makes it impossible:)

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  36. Hey Kait! Thanks so much for this video. I'm currently in the process of adopting a Samoyed, and I'm super excited. I use this reusable Scott lint brush from Walmart, and it works great. It catches lint in one direction, and if you rub it the other direction you can get the lint off the brush. Here's a link: https://www.walmart.com/reviews/product/16672690

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  37. I prefer these over the sticky roller type. They work fine and last forever. Various brands, available everywhere… http://www.amazon.com/Magic-Lint-Brushes–Hair-Dust/dp/B01ABOCVXI/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1460157808&sr=8-7&keywords=pet+hair+lint+brush

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  38. Hi. I have an idea for you. I have a 5 year old female Samoyed named Yuki. And besides the sticky rolls that you showed, I use brushes made from something called Magic Lint. (You can check it on google). They make small, large, folding types. I keep one with any sticky roller (each listed by you place ) AND one in my handbag. They are not perfect if you want to remove every single hair. But I prefer them. Sticky rolls are expensive here, and I go through 2-3 a day if I have to keep everything clean. I use it for the soft furniture too, especially on the couch and car upholstery.
    http://g01.a.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1bevbLpXXXXXkaXXXq6xXFXXX4/High-Quality-1pcs-font-b-Brushes-b-font-Magic-Lint-Dust-font-b-Foldable-b-font.jpg – my handbag and the car
    http://image.dhgate.com/aktdesc_1063859027_00.jpg – anywhere in my house

    EDIT: I also use this (sorry do not know the English word) for sofas and carpets. It is part of my kit for cleaning the windows. I bought one separately for the dog fur. http://www.totalsupplysolutions.com.au/images/pictures/store/Accessories/Ettore/Ettore-Squeegee-Pro-Grip-Handle-Stainless-Steel-Channel-Complete-1.jpg

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  39. Great video! I have a Samoyed as well 🙂 but how do you deal with washing your clothes and still having some their hair???

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  40. Are they shelter dogs or did you buy them?

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  41. ! love your videos 😀 following you on snapchat and its great to see samoyeds in daily life since me and my boyfriend are thinking about getting one soon! these tips are so helpful! thank you for sharing 😀

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  42. Oh man SO helpful thank you! 😀

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  43. Thanks so much :o!! Definitely gonna look forward to wearing hair (from my future samoyed shedding) all over my clothes!!!

    Little story: We found a samoyed but someone had adopted him :c, we waited 2 days to see him. At least we found samoyeds in Vermont and California. But we would rather prefer the Colorado area

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  44. http://www.amazon.com/Schticky-Piece-Reusable-Lint-Rollers/dp/B0092PQ6X4
    There are paperless lint rollers. We had one of these sent in the mail (Not sure about the brand though so you may want to do some research) They just rinse off and can be reused with zero waste. Worth looking into!

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  45. I have a baby boy Samoyed about the same age as Miku and I always wondered how to take those blobs of fur out of the couch. I tried the dog brush, vacuum, etc but nothing really worked. I will surely try the rubber glove method! And about the daily brushing, I do try to do it daily but my boy is not a fan. I can only brush him when my bf is around and holds him (he suddenly goes into super quiet mode, maybe because of the attention?). Anyway, if you have any tips on how to ease the dogs into brushing please share! I saw your grooming video and your girls are so behaved in the bath and so on. <3

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  46. I laughed wen you pulled that big piece of hair from her and laughed harder wen I saw the fluff bunny trials going around your home😅.
    you can tell Samoyed's have been here🐾.

    You can buy reusable rubber bristle brushes.
    like on the broom hair dressers use but in a small hand held form.

    ~Amazon sell them for around a fiver and some have lots of great reviews.

    other options are fabric hair remover brushes and reusable rubber roller lint removers.

    I think it's worth giving them a go because you will save so much money in the long run plus as you said more earth friendly🌎.

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  47. Thanks for these tips, very useful. Love your videos!

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