|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Wood||Stainless Steel, Silicone||Stainless Steel|
|Brush Type||Pin Brush, Bristle Brush||Pin Brush, Bristle Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||Skin & Coat Health||—|
I have purchased several brushes and my doodle hated to be brushed... until I bought this brush. It helps keep her hair looking nice and is a blessing to help remove the burrs she gets from running in the woods.
I have a long haired golden doodle that needs brushing everyday. This is a sturdy brush but I need the bristles to be longer to go through the coat
My Aussiedoodle won't let me use a comb or slicker brush on her. I switched to a soft pin brush, but it doesn't keep the mats from forming. This brush was the perfect fit for the doodle hair. And she likes to be brushed with it! The bristles are firm and the pins are gentle on her skin. The only problem is if she gets ahold of it when I'm not looking she chews the little tips off the pins.
Used just once and the head came off. Contacted CHI they will replace after our pandemic.
Broken in the box, had to glue it together! not sure if glue will work, this is terrible.
I bought this brush because it had both pin and bristle. Thought it would be a good brush. The pins on the brush are so long that the bristle doesn’t even touch the hair if your dog has medium or short hair. It may work good on a dog with long hair. Also the pins are so far apart. I will keep searching, I know their is a brush out there that will work on removing my dogs hair.
The red tips of the bristles pop off when trying to remove the hair from the brush.
My dog a lab/pit mix is very thinned skinned and loves this brush