|Material||Wood||Wood||Stainless Steel||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Wood|
|Brush Type||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush, Bristle Brush||Pin Brush|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||Large Breeds|
These brushes last longer than the metal-pin versions, plus they easily handle the Welsh Terrier fur, which can be wiry.
smudge loves the feel of these bristles. He does also like to chew on them. One note: this brush doesn't hold or collect hair at all. It's great for smudge because he has short fur and minimal shedding, but I think you'd need a supplemental brush if grooming longer fur or a pet with an undercoat.
Brush quality is nice, light weight and the it provides a nice little massage to the mutts. Drawback - removing the collected hair from the brush take a little more work than the typical wire brush, but we've adapted.
This brush is nice. Its solid and goes through my dogs hair with no issue. I would buy it again.
When I ordered, the large version of this brush was out of stock. Although I have a 60 lb dog with long hair, I decided to order this smaller, cat size. It's bigger than expected and works perfectly. Honestly the best brush I've come upon for dogs with long fur.
A cheap dollar store brush works better than this. Not only did it hurt my dog with gentle brushing, but it broke soon after buying. It didn't even last a month! Please, buy a brush from another company, not only will it save you money, but it will save your dog from unnecessary pain.
my golden retriever pup loves this! I like that it's not metal spikes, and gentle enough to use on his ears.
This is a beautiful and well-made brush. The bamboo bristles are smooth and rounded, so great for pet's skin. Unfortunately they are not chew-proof. If your pet likes to gnaw on the bristles of a brush like Mr. Murphy, this is not the brush for you - we have several broken bristles on ours.