|Material||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic, Silicone|
|Brush Type||Slicker Brush||Comb||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
My dog was skeptical at first, but after a couple of tries, he is now hooked. When I bring the brush out, he stays still for me to brush him. If he was a cat he would have been purring. It’s also very easy to clean.
The pins wouldn't go back into the correct slot so therefore the brush doesn't retract properly. Happened after 1 brushing. The idea is good but in reality, not so much.
The brush does not work as designed to it does not remove the loose coat and it will not retract as design.
Great brush. Both my dogs enjoy getting brushed with this and it is easy to clean the hair out of as well with the self-clean button.
Madi is a hairy dog! Love not having to pull the hair out of the brush! Push the button and wipe it clean!
Wasn't sure how good it would work but it is excellent at removing all of the fur with a just a simple push on the button. Don't have to pull it off with my fingers anymore!
I've never owned a slicker brush before, but this one is smoothing out my long-haired kitty's fur and loosening all her flaky dry skin. She is FIV+ and has FHV, so she doesn't groom as much as she needs to, and she's also at least 10 years old. The prongs on this brush are kind of sharp, don't think they would feel good on skin. But she prefers this brush to the Furminator. In fact, 3 of my 4 cats will sit for grooming with this brush.