KONG Dog ZoomGroom Multi-Use Brush, Boysenberry - Chewy.com

KONG Dog ZoomGroom Multi-Use Brush

Rated 4.7084 out of 5 stars
Color: Boysenberry

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About This Item


  • 2-in-1 tool that massages your dog while you brush and keeps your pet engaged
  • Great for bath use with shampoo, and brushing afterwards to give the coat a smooth and shiny finish
  • Small/Puppy size ideal for puppies and small breeds. Regular size ideal for medium to large sized breeds. Suitable for all coat types
  • Made in the USA from globally sourced materials
  • Regular grooming with Zoomgroom effectively removes loose hair like a magnet and reduces shedding around the house. Its design stimulates capillaries and natural oil production for healthy skin and a healthy coat

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Questions & Answers

22 Customer Questions

Why would you not show a pic of the working side of your product
Answer by ChewyJul 06, 2020
For a visual of the front of the brush, please click on the video which is included near the product photos.

Will this brush be good for my poodle? Will it pull her hair, or will it just help get the dirt and stuff out?
Answer by ChewyJun 26, 2018
This brush is designed to reduce shedding and might not work as well for detangling.

what is the size difference between the large and the small? can you give measurements?
Answer by ChewyJun 05, 2019
The puppy size (small) is 3.75 x 2.33 x 1.75 inches and the regular size (large) is 4.75 x 2.9 x 1.63 inches.

Would this work for a maltese? Looking for somthing that doesn't pull his hair?
Answer by ChewyNov 09, 2018
This brush is great for small breeds like the Maltese. This breed does not shed much, but the brush can still can be used to style and stimulate hair growth.

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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Frankiemom on Jan 24, 2023

Kong Zoomgroom

My pups groomer recommended longs zoom groom when I mentioned that she was shedding profusely. I have used twice during her baths & a couple times as a brush for her. She is a short haired dog and so far I am greatly impressed. And have recommended to friend that has a couple German Shepard s

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lucy on Jan 11, 2023

The best brush of all time for short-hair

I have now bought this brush twice, and I don't travel without it. I wouldn't go a weekend without it. The only reason I let it out of my sight is that my mother took it for her dog. It has made such a huge, monumental groundbreaking difference in the amount of hair in my home I would buy it a trillion more times.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Tilly on Dec 20, 2022

Best dog brush

This has turned out to be the best brush I've bought for my dog. I keep it in the bag with her dog washing supplies and brush her out during and after her bath. This thing removes so many loose hairs and the dog loves the soft bristles.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jazmine on Nov 10, 2022

Boys love being brushed

My boys love when I use this on them. They are short haired so I will say that it doesn't catch the hair and I have to pick up or vacuum after. My friend has the same one for her cats though and it catches the cat hair easily. I think it's more of a short hair issue than a brush issue so I still give it 5 stars. I didn't think my dogs shed much until I used this! Lots of loose hairs came off

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By LMNchi on Oct 20, 2022

Great for the long outer coat hairs

I have a GSD and pit mix, so she has an undercoat that the Furminator helps with, but it doesn't grab the sleek outer coat hairs. This Kong brush has a rubbery texture that grabs the longer hairs really well, kind of like a curry comb. It also worked great on a friend's dog I tried it on, a hound/pit mix with a single slick coat that is impossible to get any fur off of otherwise. It also feels like you're just petting the dog, so easier for those dogs that object to the sound/sensation of a regular brush. Will be trying it in the bath next!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Crystal on Nov 16, 2022

Works Well, but Poorly Made

This brush definitely pulls a ton of hair out of the dog, so it does what it's supposed to do. My only concern is that the rubber brush nubs we're worn down and peeeling after just one brushing, so I don't know how long it will last. Probably would be better to just buy a horse brush in this style at the feed store.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AmosRhymesWithAnus on Nov 26, 2022

massage time

My dog thinks this is a massage, not a brush! Bonus is it takes off his shedding hair on his legs where he hates being brushed. Gets less hair than a shedding blade but he doesn’t like that on his legs either. Glad I ordered it. Haven’t tried it in the bath yet but I will.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Johanna on Jan 7, 2023

I actually use this on my horse!

I actually use this on my Thoroughbred horse because he has super sensitive skin. He really enjoys this brush! Be sure to get the larger size if for equines.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Amie434 on Jan 7, 2023

My dog loved this!

My Boston mix sat very still, obviously enjoyed the massage from this. It did trap some loose hair and was very easy to clean afterwards.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Cody on Oct 25, 2022

Great chew toy, not a great brush

Got this brush to hopefully help my dog enjoy the brushing experience with a softer brush. Unfortunately the brush did not brush all that well. Though it did get a little hair, there's just no comparing it to other brushes. My dog did love turning it into a dog toy, until he started chewing off each of the points...