A dog will "blow his coat" certain times of the year. This can mean that the dog is preparing for warmer temperatures such as spring time, for example, and is shedding the thicker winter coat it has developed in the colder months. A deshed treatment is going to loosen up all the loose undercoat on the dog's body and remove alot of that extra fluff. There are a few steps to the deshed process. The first one starts with
a special formula deshed shampoo that is applied during the bath to loosen up alot of the dead fur. The blowdryer is then combined with specific brushes such as a Furminator brush and rake brush to remove the extra coat. This can be a time consuming process for the groomer but the results are worth the effort!