Another customer was also lining up to pay for an electric pet hair remover. He started hesitating as he heard Zhang Zian. He had just gotten a new golden retriever from a friend. It was a lovely dog, but the shedding was insufferable. He wanted to buy an electric pet hair remover to solve his problem as much as he could. He wondered if the shop owner said this because electric pet hair removers were not useful. Zhang Zian explained, "Of course electric pet hair removers are useful. But poodles don't need them, as purebred poodles are among the few dog breeds that don't shed. Since it doesn't shed, you won't need an electric pet hair remover. It will end up collecting dust." He put the electric pet hair remover in Chu Manhua's hand back to the shelf, then put a grooming tool set for long hair dogs into her hands. "Purebred poodles don't shed, but they need daily brushing. So a grooming tool set is more useful. There are special combs for the top and under coat. You also need to pay attention to the order of grooming. If you want your dog to look prettier, just read the user's manual carefully." Many customers had dogs at home, but that was the first time they heard about poodle's advantage. Some customers started to regret choosing a small dog that shed heavily. If they wanted a small dog, it would be wiser to have a poodle, to spare themselves from the dog hairs floating around everywhere. They could even get dog hairs in their mouth while they talked. The shedding was insufferable. Some customers felt even worse. They also had poodles, but why did their poodles still shed? Clearly, as they heard Zhang Zian emphasize the word "purebred," they realized that they had been ripped off by immoral breeders. They had brought mixed poodles… "In fact, they still shed seasonally, but their hair doesn't float around all year long like golden retrievers and Samoyeds. Poodles have curly hair, so their hair doesn't fall off during shedding season. Instead, it stays inside the follicles, and only ends up on the comb when you brush. Therefore, you need to brush them more often during shedding season," Zhang Zian explained further. He did wish to sell as many items as possible in his shop; however, he didn't want to sell customers what they didn't need for the sake of a tiny profit. The customers would hate him if they realized that the pet supplies ended up collecting dust. Chu Manhua understood everything. Although poodles needed daily brushing, it was still better than having dog hair on the floor, bed, couch, clothes, and everywhere else. The latter was worse in comparison.