|Material||Metal, Stainless Steel||Rubber||Metal, Stainless Steel||Plastic||Plastic, Rubber|
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I know looking at this item that my daughter calls a torture tool, I was hesitant on purchasing. Once I brushed my 1 cat to attempt to remove mattes I changed my mind. This rake is amazing! The other cat I have loves to be brushed for hours and he still loves this tool. It removes so much unwanted fur and helps cat maintain their coats. My cat is heavier older and losing teeth and very unsocial hahaha so this rake in spurts has allowed me to help maintain his fur. Is he brushed 100% no but he wouldn't be with any other brush either. 5min here and there this rake does a lot!!
I have a Ragdoll, Puff. She is never a fan of being brushed and for the most part she is ok without being brushed. However, she has recently begun shedding like a maniac. She has hated every brush I already had. This rake? She laid there and PURRED the entire time. She even let me do her belly! Idk what works about this for her but so glad I finally found something she likes.
We have a golden-Doodle that is mostly retriever. So it’s important to keep the undercoat free of matting especially in the folds. This rake does the job of keeping the matting at bay.
I have a Maine coon that started getting matted fur on his back really bad. He is the most patient cat where I used to try cutting them off, it just got too hard for me to do so I found this rake. He loves being “raked” and all 7 or 8 of those nasty fur junks were out in less than 5 min. I use it every other day, he enjoys his outside rake time.
One of our cats is getting older and I've been battling her growing collection of mats with limited success. Not that she loves this, but it does loosen up the mats enough that she's been able to start mostly keeping up with her own grooming again! A winner!
My cat is part Maine Coon and tend to get matted fur. He actually holds still and allows me to gently comb through using this. It works. You have to go slow and gentle.,
We have two cats with thick undercoats, one of which is a large longhair; both are prone to matting. This rake gets right into the undercoat, removes any that has been shed, and makes de-matting a breeze! The cats like being brushed with it, too, but be sure to use short strokes when encountering a mat like another reviewer suggested - the rake can get caught in the hair and pull.
We have always just used your normal dog brush. This tool will get big matting out of your dog without pain. Our dog didn’t even flinch when using it. It was a great buy!
My tabby cat Floppy has a short-medium hair coat with a dense undercoat, and I bought this because she has difficulty grooming and gets mats on the top of her back on the sides of her tail. I was skeptical, but it actually works amazingly well. Flop did not like it, but is much happier after and tolerates being brushed multiple times a week. Use short strokes, not long ones! This does not work on my Siamese, Squid, who doesn't have much if any undercoat. Photos attached to try and show the kind of fur Floppy Flop has.
I have a mix who has fur similar to a golden retriever. Tried the furminator but that didn't do much and her coat was dull. I used this for maybe 20 minutes, and I had enough fur to make two more dogs, her undercoat is so much happier now .