Owning pets is not just all fetch, catch and other playtime games. It comes along with feeding them properly, being firm with them and establishing yourself as their pack leader. It also comes with the responsibility of keeping them groomed. Even the not so willing pets sometimes need the most grooming.
I have Cleo which is pretty easy to take care of when it comes to grooming. Then there is Foxy. He is a sheltie and needs brushed several times a week. Now for my birthday John presented an early birthday present to me. Foxy’s Brother Zorro. He was given back to the kennel when his owner passed away. John happened to go there asking if they were going to be selling the sheltie puppies this year when he seen Zorro. He brought him straight to me. Hair and all.
Now with 3 dogs in the house I need grooming tools that work good. While they will still go get trimmed behind the ears to prevent those massive tangles, I like to have things here at home to use.
One item I have been using, and it is a review item, is the 4” professional pet grooming brush by the pet store.
This stainless steel de-shedding brush reaches deep beneath your pet’s topcoat to gently remove loose hair so you can share your home with your pets, without surrendering to your pet’s hair all over your house and clothes. The long hair shedding brush for large dogs, cats and horses is specially designed for pets weighing more than 51 lbs. or with hair that’s longer than .5 to 2 inches. The 4-inch long stainless steel edge reaches deep beneath your pets long topcoat to safely remove undercoat and loose hair. The shedding brush’s easy to use button cleans and removes loose hair from the tool quickly and neatly.
John thought that it wouldn’t be good for Foxy and Zorro’s long hair but it really does good with it. The brush is really well made. I love the fact that it has a release button shaped like a dog bone on the handle. When you push it the hair you have collected falls out without having to stop to pull it out.
The kit comes in a nice bag with a little clicker. This clicker really is nice to use as a training tool. In fact it is what I have been using to get them to stop their excessive barking. I am super happy with this brush that is available on Amazon. It is something I will use for a long time.