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Great thank you for the suggestions! Will definitely see if I can find one of those trimmers at Walmart. He is short haired so hopefully will still work on him. He’s a really good boy and will stay still, no problems even picking him up. I went very slow and careful doing the first de-matting because I know that can be iffy to do. Most of them are under his fur so if you look at him or even pet him quickly you might not even realize the knots are there but there were a bunch of little ones and if you pet him for a bit you start feeling little lumps.