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Be extra picky in case your dog has a ruff, or an extra long or dense double coat; use an undercoat rake or a comb in those areas. - http://buff.ly/1XB5pO6
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You should use a soft slicker to brush the dog's hair on any section that may be sensitive. - http://buff.ly/25KdT6n
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If a mat is particularly stubborn, take an electric clipper with a blade guard to the mat, but be sure to protect your dog's face and skin. - http://buff.ly/28i4Ewy
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Long hair on a dog's ears can be a particularly tricky situation. - http://buff.ly/1Yd1CoM
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If you notice any matting or tangles near your dog's face, avoid spraying them with a detangler, so you don't get it in your dog's eyes. - http://buff.ly/28i5l91
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To protect the eyes of your dog from any harm, gently lift the hair with your fingers when you comb the hair. - http://buff.ly/25KdVLB
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If you are careless while combing the long facial hair of your dog, there is every chance to harm the eyes and skin of your dog with the comb. - http://buff.ly/25KcYmu
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If you're worried that you might accidentally cut your pet, you can hire an expert to do it. - http://buff.ly/28i5bhX
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If you find that you can't get through the mats or if the mats are particularly large, you can use electric clippers to remove them. - http://buff.ly/25KdAZc
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If you do find mats, keep your hand between the mat and your dog's skin and gently work with a comb. - http://buff.ly/1Oc4SOV
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