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I have a Duck Tolling Retriever and he has a lot of fur. When you bring him to the groomers, there will be three people brushing him at once. This rake works incredible! I would highly recommend it to anyone who has a dog that has different layers/coats of fur. Takes so much loose fur out in one single swipe.
What a difference this Furminator rake made to my handsome 4 year old double coated Rough Collie. Amazed with the results after one brushing. He has so many brushes but I’m always having trouble getting the mats out. This comb was better than expected. Highly recommended for double coats. Sampsen fur looks like a professional groomer did it. Very pleased with results.
This dog brush works great with my golden retrievers! It's gentle, so they love getting brushed. It does a great job of shedding loose hair. I've tried other brands that have not held up well. So far this brush is sturdy & seems well made.
I wasn't sure which FURminator was best for Leroy, so bought the one that was not only the simplest but also the least expensive. Leroy seems to like it, and it does a good job raking through his dense partly fuzzy partly wavy hair. I've already dropped it rake-down a couple of times, but prongs remain intact. I'm glad I got it.
Amazing! The best rake brush I’ve used and it holds all the hair compact in until you pull it out. With the previous one I had (different brand) the hair would fly everywhere.
This is hands down my favorite brush for my long hair shepherds. They get lots of little knots and this brush pulls them right out. If you just brush like normal it mostly just gets the top cost, but if you kind of dig in it gets the undercoat perfectly.
My dog is half husky, and I've tried other off brand rakes before and they did nothing, so I switched to other brushes and assumed maybe his mix breed hair had something to do with it. The other brushes take so long though and do not get half his hair, so I was looking at alternatives. I always stayed away from furminators because you hear the stories that they are terrible for huskies and other breeds with an undercoat, because if not used perfectly, it will wreck their hair. However, upon further research I found out that it's only the main furminator brush that this is true for, and that the Rake is safe to use on huskies. So, ordered the Rake and omg I have a whole second dog in just minutes! Love it, great purchase.
I bought this to use on my Australian shepherd’s thick fur! Works great to loosen up fur during shedding season and helps me see if he has fleas too. It is sturdy and penetrates the fur to get deep to ease the itching skin and dandruff like condition. My dog loves getting pampered with a good brushing!
I got one of these for my dog at the rescue org’s recommendation. He is double-coated and was shedding his undercoat when I got him. After a few days of regular brushing, his shedding became much more manageable. I now only use it once a week. If you see warnings about how FURminators can hurt your dog (if used improperly), those are referring to the deshedding tool, not this tool, which is an undercoat rake. Same brand, different product. Still, look up a line brushing tutorial and follow those instructions to make grooming as pleasant as possible for your pup.
I got this for my husky and he loves it. It’s great for his shedding and he doesn’t seem to find it rough all. I cannot speak on the quality long term as I’ve only used it a few times but even for one use it has been worth it.