FURminator vs. Other Types of Dog Brushes: What’s Best?

Person brushing Labrador with a FURminator de-shedding tool.

This site is reader-supported. If you buy something through any link on this page, we will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you (learn more here). The FURminator was one of the first de-shedding tools I bought after discovering that our small, innocent-looking Fox Terrier cross was (actually) a little shedding factory … Read more

7 Best Dog Dander Removers (2022 Reviews & Buyer’s Guide)

Woman hugging her dog and smiling.

I’ve suffered from dog (and cat) allergies for as long as I can remember, so I know how unpleasant and even downright insufferable it can be. In fact, one of the main reasons I started this site was to show people how to enjoy spending time with their furry companions without being covered in endless … Read more

Do Mini Aussiedoodles Shed? (What You Need to Know)

Aussiedoodle running and playing outside on the grass.

Aussiedoodles are a cross between an Australian Shepherd (Aussie) and Poodle. Aussies, despite their name, are an American-born breed known for their hardworking nature and herding ability, such that they’ve even been dubbed the cowboy’s herding dog of choice. Whereas Poodles, the national dog of France, were originally developed to hunt waterfowl (like ducks) and … Read more

7 Best Dog Washing Attachments: Shower, Bath, Hose, & More

Person bathing a Golden Retriever with a shower head in the bath.

This site is reader-supported. If you buy something through any link on this page, we will earn a small commission at no extra cost to you (learn more here). We are not veterinarians, and this article is not intended to be pet medical advice. A shower head attachment can be ideal for bathing your dog, … Read more

Do Goldendoodles Shed? (Yes, and Here’s What to Expect)

Goldendoodle Dog laying on the bed.

The intelligent, athletic, and loyal Goldendoodle is a cross between a Standard Poodle and Golden Retriever, which both have very different shedding traits. On the one hand, Poodles shed so little that they are often referred to as “non-shedding.” And on the other hand, Golden Retrievers are considered moderate-to-heavy shedders. Where does that leave the … Read more