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Monday, May 18, 2015

REVIEW -- FurBuddy Pet Grooming Brush Kit

FurBuddy Pet Grooming Brush Kit

BEST ALL IN ONE GROOMING KIT ON THE MARKET: Excellent Grooming Results For ALL Small, Medium or Large Dogs & Cats that have Thin, Medium and Thick Coats or Sensitive Skin. Ideal for daily brushing of pets. Prevents matting and removes dead and shedding fur. Provides excellent grooming results in minutes with minimal effort.

ERGONOMIC DURABLE DESIGN: Non-slip Handle and Ergonomic Design Provide a Gentle But Effective Way of Grooming Your Pet. This Grooming Kit Will Reduce Pet Hair in Your Household and Help Eliminate Mats & Hairballs. Your Pet Will Love Being Brushed. It's The Best Pet Grooming Kit for Any Type of Dog or Cat.

USED AND RECOMMENDED BY VETERINARIANS, GROOMERS AND PET PROFESSIONALS: This All in One Grooming Kit Comes Complete with Slicker Brush, Pin & Bristle Brush, Undercoat Rake/Dematting Tool. THE SLICKER BRUSH is Great for Removing Tangles, Dead Hair and Making the Coat Fluffy It's Self Cleaning Action Extends the Brush Life and Makes Clean Up a Breeze. THE RAKE has Sharp Double-Sided Blades That Easily Remove Mats and Knots Without Damaging the Coat Length. Great for Shaping, Finishing, Thinning and De-Shedding. Creates the Look of Hand-Stripped Finish in Minutes. Finally THE BRISTLE PIN BRUSH Helps Remove Loose Hair and Tangles While the Bristles Side Removes Debris and Loose Hair and Redistributes the Natural Oils for a Healthier Shiny Coat.
We now have one kitty in the house, 'Mr. Cranky McSassypants,' Morris. Our other cat, Sammy, passed away from a liver issue in April.

Morris is a medium-haired tabby, so he sheds quite a bit, especially now. He's finally losing his 'Winter coat,' and so it's VERY common for me to have orange cat hair on my bed, computer chair, clothes, computer keyboard... EVERYWHERE.

The Furbuddy Pet Grooming Brush kit is a godsend.

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^^what I received^^

The following photo describes the kit.

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Let's look at each item.

This is a metal 'comb,' similar to a rototiller blade. It's designed to remove tangles and matting easily without damaging the fur.

Morris HATED this. We tried it on a snarl he had from accidentally lying in some spilled candle wax and he had a conniption fit while we used it. He meowed like he was in pain and swatted at us while using it. We had better luck removing the wax with a flea comb and a LOT of patience. We also had a calmer cat when using the flea comb method.

This brush is designed to remove the dead, loose fur from the coat, making it appear fluffy.

Morris didn't really have an opinion of this. He would let us use it, but he didn't care if we did or not. It did take the majority of the loose fur out of his coat, but even with the 'plunger' to take the fur out of the brush, some of the fur was still stuck in the bristles.

This is a dual-sided brush. One side is metal pins with 'balls' on the ends and the other side is closely-constructed nylon bristles, designed to redistribute oils to the coat for a healthy shine.

This was Morris' favorite tool of the three. The 'balls' of the pin side seemed to have a 'massage' effect on him, and he especially enjoyed it in his hind quarter area. He would purr loudly when we'd brush his hips/hind end with the pin side.

He also seemed to love the nylon bristle side for a quick brush-out. However, the 'quick brush-out' seemed to turn into a hour-long grooming session, because he would nudge at the brush if you stopped.

The major downfall disabled people are going to have with this set is the handle. It is a 'pushpin' style release button, similar to those found on canes, crutches and walkers. This was difficult for me to operate, and I ended up needing Mama Melissa to change the brush tools for me. The tools DO stay in the handle QUITE securely, but if your disability affects your hands, you will have trouble changing the tools.

This is available from Amazon for $39.77.

Love the tools that come in the set, but I feel this would be more suitable for a very furry mid-size and larger dog or a Maine Coon cat, not a domesticated tabby cat. Also wished the tools were easier to change.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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