|Material||Plastic, Rubber||Metal, Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel, Silicone||Plastic||Plastic|
|Brush Type||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush||Pin Brush|
|Breed Size||—||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||—|
|Lifestage||—||—||Puppy, Adult||—||Puppy, Adult|
|Health Feature||—||—||Skin & Coat Health||—||—|
I always receive great service from the team and love the products that I order for Bentley.
My cat is very sensitive when brushing he doesn’t like it and he finds it very painful. However this brush he likes and it doesn’t cause him any pain.
Marley has a thick coat so this brush doesn't get throght. He would need a different kind eventually but right now it serves its purpose.
This is not worth the very cheap price. I was able to brush my dog one time before it started falling apart. Don't waste your money.
My puppy loves her brush. She always wants her belly brushed while she tries to chew on the rubbery handle.
I was a bit disappointed by the size of the brush head in regards to the handle length. The brush is decently constructed but in its first use, it lost at least one pin trying to deal with any actual tangles. I think in the future, a human pin brush might be the most cost-effective way to go if you need a basic pin brush that can handle any sort of tangling. Honestly, I've paid more for pin brushes for animal grooming and had the same problem. They're not really designed for serious detangling but I'm working with some sensitive dogs who won't tolerate more effective tools (mat breakers, stripping combs, clippers, or even a coat rake). So, if all you need to brush is a fine, thin coat with no tangles or snarls, this would be fine, but I think you could pay the same amount for a human brush and get a larger brushing head. If the coat is thick, double, or has any real tangles, this really isn't the right tool anyway (might work with generous application of a detangler spray though on tangles...we might try...). A thick or double coat probably needs a rake type tool or a non-cushioned pin brush with pretty beefy pins, otherwise they will break the pins off, as happened with this one.
On December 12-12- 22 I ordered 2 Frisco cat and dog pin brush's . It was buy two and get one free . and we only got two of them .
Same as a hairbrush for humans
I got this brush for my 3 medium sized dogs. Two have long single coats while the other has a shorter double coat. It works well on the both types of coats, even on my dog with the thick undercoat undergoing a spring shed. Overall, the brush is lightweight yet durable, and the grips on the handle are very effective.
Maybe I didn't buy the right type of brush, but this brush didn't remove any of my dog's loose fur and he has plenty of it. It just doesn't sends little hairs flying into the air wherever we happen to be when I attempt to brush him