|Brush Type||Rake||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush||Bristle Brush|
|Breed Size||—||—||All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds|
I have long been a fan of rubber curry style brushes! They are great for removing dead skin, dirt, loose undercoat and whatever else life throws at your pup. They are also great for NOT stripping the natural oils in your dogs’ coat, leaving a dogs coat silken and soft without need for soap! This particular brush is my favorite of all time! It fits securely on my hand (left or right hand). Both of my dogs enjoyed their grooming experience and were not ready for me to stop brushing when their time was up! If you are looking for a great all purpose brush this one is AWESOME! Yellow lab and a black lab-chow-golden retriever mix
I have gotten all kinds of brushes for my German Shepherd mix. She does not really care for metal strip one but this brush is a game changer! Anyone else tired of vacuuming everyday? It’s not going to stop it completely, but it’s the first brush that actually makes it much better. Get it.
A wonderful massaging brush for my dog. She would sit all day on my lap, to have me brush her with this brush. It removes hair with no pulling, which she loves.
Most of the time this brush clumps up the hair but removing it is a nightmare. I tried removing it how they say you should (under running water) and I've also tried it just swooshing it in a sink full of water. Both took a ridiculous amount of time todo and that makes this brush high maintenance. You can't really expect a dog to be patient for you to clean out the clumps of hair just to clump it up again. The same thing happens when it's dry the hair is impossible to just pull out of the brush. You have to use a sink which means your large fluffy dogs are probably not going to be crazy for this brush as you "stop and go" trying to get hair removed from the brush. It's like the brush needs a brush with is utterly silly.
I had one similar this is better because the silicone bristles are different heights
I have tried four or five different kinds of brushes with my German Shepherd Hilda. This is the first one she really doesn’t mind me using on her. I’ve only used it as a dry brush so far but will use it in the shower also. I definitely recommend this brush for dogs with short to medium hair