Holy mother of gold!! I have a American staffy who sheds year round, and sheds a LOT. This has helped reduce how much fur she’s shedding everyday. Brush her once a week with this and my floor is no longer clouded in fur by Wednesday
This 2-sided curry comb is the best thing I've found so far for my two, large, very thick coated boys.
I have a border collie and this product worked great for him! My friend who has a pitty used it and it worked great for him too!
Our lab sheds like crazy. My husband brushes her daily. Our old brush worked pretty well but this brush really gets through to her undercoat. Less hair in the house.
This brush does a decent job of loosening all of the under hair on my golden retriever puppy. However, I still need a second brush to go over it after. It is a little tricky to take apart and put back together. Overall, it is decent.
Great brush! I love that there are different sides for different coats. I usually used a pin/slicker brush, but my dog didn't like it. This brush works best in small strokes, not long strokes down the dog's length. I also recommend you not brush one spot for too long, in case the spot gets irritated. I accidentally brushed my dog's hip for too long and it ended up as a bald patch and a bit red, but he certainly liked getting that itch scratched. Also works great in a pinch to get fur out of carpet!
Did not like it to small for a collie and keeps coming apart with use
Simple , strong and gets the job done.
We've been using a combo bristle brush/wire brush on our dog who is shedding her puppy hairs and developing a short undercoat with a very long overcoat. This worked much better, and got way more hairs than the bristle brush. SO much more hair that I highly recommend you do this OUTSIDE your home, rather than make the same mistake I did. Using this also does leave a fair amount of hair on the dog that have come loose but didn't come off with the rest of the fur ball, so if you're planning on washing your dog, do this first and then bathe. I think the advantage of this over a traditional brush is that it seems to pull hairs from the undercoat much more efficiently, and the brush doesn't then get bogged down with the previous hairs and stop working as well. I also wouldn't say it's terribly fast, as it took about 30 minutes for me to feel like I'd gotten all over our medium sized dog with this thing, but she also tolerated it much better than a regular brush as I think it felt more like petting and we were being extra gentle with the serrated edge on her. Our dog rolls in some nasty stuff and is a trail runner so we bathe all the dust and filth off of her once a week, and I plan on adding a thorough pre-wash brushing with this shedding blade to that routine.
This is a more dog-sized version of the shedding tool that is used on horses. Our dog was shedding huge amounts of fur, due to the oppressive heat this summer. This tool gets it out, safely and easily. Comes apart if you want to use it as a longer piece. My only complaint is that the instructions on how to separate the blade were not very clear.