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I'd get him sedated and groomed, as well. Then you can work on his issues with the groomer (which may simply be that he's in pain, and will vanish with a grooming).

My dog has that longish, fine hair that matts if you look at it too hard, too. I brush him every day and would still be cutting out matts once a week or so. I've started using my own leave in conditioner on his high-matt areas (tail, britches, feathering behind the ears) every time he gets wet and that really seems to be helping.
 
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