|Breed Size||Extra Small Breeds, Small Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||—||—|
|Brush Type||Bristle Brush||Pin Brush, Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush||Bristle Brush|
|Grooming Tool Type||—||—||—||—||Groomer Accessory|
This is a terrific brush. Although it’s small it does the job quite well. I’m able to get knots out of my Havapoo with it. It’s a small brush which is perfect because I just use very small sections at a time. And I usually try to hold my dogs skin so it’s not pulling too much. But when I’m done, he’s all soft and fluffy.
This was sent to us with can cat for. Whomever packed it was in with a heavy can food product, and then the combs on the brush were bent. Can you please send a new one thank you.
This brush is great. The size & shape are perfect for daily grooming of my Maine Coon cats. It's comfortable to hold & the soft bristle tips keep it from hurting their skin. They haven't enjoyed grooming until now, but this brush makes it a pleasant experience for them & me. It's a little difficult to clean out the fur, but that's a small price to pay for the benefit of keeping them groomed.
My 12 year old cat has recently been diagnosed with bone cancer on one side of his face. He has always enjoyed being groomed, but his face is very sensitive. The larger brushes I've used in the past were too large to brush a limited area, but this little brush is perfect. It fits easily between his ears, along his unaffected cheek, under his lower jaw, and other small areas. It's a pin brush, but the pins are fairly small and not too harsh. In spite of its small size, it's adequate to brush all of his body, and he truly loves the experience. He's a short haired cat, but has a thick coat and sheds a lot. This little brush gently pulls out the excess hair and I'm able to do a thorough grooming with it. It's fairly easy to clean, and I end up with quite a bit of hair every time I brush him. I'm so glad I found this little brush, and that I'm able to bring so much pleasure to my boy.
I've tried a "bazillion" different cat brushes in the last 10 years and finally found a brush that both the cats and I like. It's small but it it gets the loose fur out of their coats without tugging or pulling. They see me take it out of the grooming drawer and line up to be brushed!
This brush is not good for my pup. It catches in her coat, & gets stuck. She’s a cockapoo, so she has hair that is curly in some areas. It just doesn’t glide through as I had hoped, & it pulls & she doesn’t like it. Bad buy for us.
This is well made. Nice gripping rounded handle. It is a smaller sized brush head and generally overall a small size. I like it because I have smaller hands and it is comfortable to hold. My cat loves it too!
My 11 year old grouchy male cat Thumper actually seems to (after a while that is) like being brushed with this. It does a really good job of pulling the unwanted excess hair, and Thump sheds pretty aggressively. You can't pull it out of the brush with a comb because of the little tips on the end of the bristles. I found that a toothpick was the best, if not the slowest answer to the problem. Just lift the clump of hair a bit at a time from all sides until the majority of it can be removed in one piece. In all honesty- Thumper has always HATED being brushed- until I started using this brush. So there is THAT to appreciate.
I have a couple long-haired cats who are getting older therefore unable to groom themselves quite as well, but they absolutely hate being brushed. I won't say they love this brush, but they are tolerating it so well that I could actually get their whole body brushed out with minimum fuss from them. My short haired cats love it, even though they don't really need brushing. It even got some hair off my short hair cats, which my old brush didn't do. It is a little bit of a pain to clean, but not too bad. The size is also great for my smaller cats. I'm very pleased with it. My cats feel so soft and wonderful after brushing with this.
This brush works really well to remove all the loose summer hair from my cat, but unfortunately, he hates it! I have to bribe him with treats to get a couple swipes in, then he runs away. I’ll give it to my parents, their animals are less feral hahaha!