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Old 10-27-2016, 11:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know beagles shed...but I have little hairs everywhere.....it's the end of October, I figured it would at least slow down.. I use the furminator, good shampoo, good food...what else can I try?

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Has anyone tried the Shed no More tablets?
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I'm currently using GNC'S "ULTRA MEGA SHEDDING FORMULA" liquid. I have to say it seems to be helping, less shedding and her coat has a shine to it. It is pricey...I purchased it on amazon since it was cheaper then the pet store. I use 1/2 tsp on the food once a day.
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Have you researched the Shed No More tablets?

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Old 10-28-2016, 12:38 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Mine shed pretty much year round but sometimes it's worse. I have 3 times the hair! I used to add salmon oil and that helped, just keep forgetting to buy it.
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Have you researched the Shed No More tablets?

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No, that's why I offered up what I'm using. There's also a topical spray that I might try. I just don't want her to be greasy from it though.
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I was wondering if anyone has found anything for shedding? I see I originally posted 3 years ago and I'm still searching LOL...


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I was wondering if anyone has found anything for shedding? I see I originally posted 3 years ago and I'm still searching LOL...


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I alternate salmon oil or 1/2 tsp of coconut oil once a day in the food. I still see shedding..my husband thinks Im OCD about dusting our hardwood floors. One good brushing tool is the Furminator which gets the undercoat...
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Beagles sure can shed!!! Brushing a lot helps, good food and some fish oil.
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I have a Golden and a Beagle. My Golden sheds a lot. I brush both often. With my Beagle I start at her tail and kind of scratch at her fur going the opposite way it grows. I do this a couple times per week and it really helps get the loose fur off.
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