Removing Burrs From Pet Fur

The last time I went for a hike with my dog she found great interest in a nearby rabbit. If I was paying more attention I could have stopped her from running off, but stopping a 120 pound beast is easier said then done. Once she got loose she was off to the races. After she lost sight of the rabbit, a few calls and whistles brought her back covered in several types of burrs and a lot of creek.
If you have ever tried to removed burrs from long pet fur you know how difficult this task is. To help ease the work, use baby oil and gloves to work the burrs out. Pour a liberal amount of baby oil around the burr then using your gloved hand slightly twist the burr back and forth while pulling gently. After you have removed all the burrs be sure to wash your pet to remove all of the baby oil.
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