Greenbone Bamboo Pet Silicone Massage Brush, Large
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About This Item
- Designed with premium materials.
- Made with natural and sustainable bamboo material.
- Features an easy-grip ergonomic handle that’s comfortable to use.
- Soft silicone bristles gently yet efficiently de-shed your furry friend.
- Use to massage in shampoo during your pal’s bath.
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7 Customer Reviews
Works very well as a wet brush during a bath. Easy to grip, and was able to massage shampoo and conditioner through. I have a short hair dog. I also like to use it as a dry brush as well. I love it.
Great brush. My dog wants attention all the time and this brush is like petting her and brushing her at the same time. She really enjoys it.
Best brush for pibbles
My pup loves this brush. It's the right style brush for short haired dogs. We had a popular brush from a different brand that had similar bristles but no handle. I prefer the handle because it makes brushing so much easier. We use this for brushing, for massaging, and for bathing.
My cats' favorite brush
Literally, all three of my cats fight over this brush. I accidentally broke the one I had and panicked. I just bought two more for safe measure. It's more for massage than grooming
Great Massage Brush
Well made nicely designed brush that has passed our dog's tests. They do not like the kind with the metal bristles.
My dog has super sensitive skin and has never allowed me to brush him with any brush or comb for more than a few strokes, right out of the box he let me brush him for 30 min and almost fell asleep. Love this brush!
Not for Penny
Penny has a long, thick coat and this doesn't seem to penetrate it as deeply as I thought it would. It is more superficial. After trying it, Penny tolerated it for a few minutes, but was not interested in allowing me to continue using it.