|Material||Rubber||Rubber||Rubber||Rubber, Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Plastic|
|Brush Type||Curry Brush||Curry Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush|
I hate mitten type curry combs. This is perfect for my home babies and my business clients! Super Heavy duty and awesome!
No sure about detangled but it definitely relax my two miniature schnauzer’s, the shipping was great and on time, also Jeff left a nice note on the receipt!
This is our first and only curry brush and I don't see why I'd ever want a different one. The handle is nice -- I don't like I would like one without a handle. It definitely has some heft. The smaller bristles are flexible and will follow the curves of the body and limbs. The larger spiky ones are pretty stiff. We use mainly the soft bristles on our pitbull and English Staffordshire terrier, who both have very short, thin coats. We use both sides for our border jack who has a thicker, medium length coat. The brush comes with a little pamphlet with suggested brushing/massaging techniques. It removed a lot of dull undercoat fur from the border jack and a fair amount of fur from the two bullies. I recommend using this brush outside when possible. It loosens fur, but it does not hold onto the fur like some brushes do. So I loosened all this fur from our three dogs, and it just floated onto the floor or stuck to the couch. If you're more careful than I was, you could probably collect most of it with your hands while you brush. I was too focused on my dogs' reactions. They all loved it. Our pitbull will tolerate anything and loves scritches the most, and she loved it immediately. The English staffy is a little skittish, but warmed up to it quickly. Our border jack prefers less handling and has refused to be touched by 3-4 other brushes we've tried. At first she was a brat about it, but with gentle persistence I got her to come around without too much time or effort. Honestly it's worth it just for how much the dogs enjoy it. Taking out extra fur is a bonus.
We have 2 German Shepherds with significantly different coats. So I've struggled to find a brush that works for both. I am truly amazed at the amount of fur that I've been able to deshed from our one dog with shorter fur and thinner undercoat. The typical metal brushes just seemed to irritate his skin and really didn't get to his undercoat. I also love that it is not only for grooming but for massaging as well. The same dog is super hyper and as soon as I started to brush him with in, he sat down and stopped barking. It calmed him down almost instantly. I was amazed.
Much easier for my ageing hands to hold on to. Oh yeah, my horse loves that I can brush her longer.
Got it originally for my horse but couldn’t believe how much my dog loves it! Going to have to get a second one, one for the barn and one for the house. Can’t wait to try it out for bathing too- so far makes grooming so much easier, and they love it.
Extremely easy but effective on my pup and kitten’s coat. Less ‘aggressive’ than some other brushes. Nicely weighted.
Will never buy a different curry again - have nerve damage in my neck and with this brush no longer have my hands freezing up while grooming, resulting in brushes dropping. The pamphlet has a lot of awesome Chi method instructions to benefit the horse as well. Can feel the difference when riding!
I have a king charles cavalier spaniel and he absolutely loves this brush. He gets so excited when he sees me take it out and i can tell it really relaxes his body as hes on the older age range. Can't wait to use it more!