Pawradise Deshedding Dog Brush
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Analysis of 500+ reviews for Pawradise Deshedding Dog Brush
BestViewsReviews analyzed 155,651 reviews for 134 products in the Dog Shedding Tools category.
We analyzed a total of 542 reviews for this product out of which, 321 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 81% reviews were positive while around 12% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Pawradise Deshedding Dog Brush
This product received a total score of 9.29 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 5 features:
What users have to say about Pawradise Deshedding Dog Brush
I was very impressed with how well this works and how easy it is to use. My child was dealing with hot spots from coming into the new season and this tool blasted his winter coat away with ease, figured out that a flick of the tool and the fur will fall out, after a
The dull tips of the brush made it easier for me to apply pressure to her skin, which I thought would make it hard for me to shave her.
I have a black chow and during the covid lockdown I was unable to get him in for his bath and brush, which caused me to have to attempt to do it, as he was matted so bad in spots.
If your dog is sheddy like mine, make sure you have on clothes that don't make you want to grow hair on your face, because it will get out if you don't.
I don't feel like a terrible pet parent even if it makes my cats a bit grumpy, even though it does the job and we don't have to try to cut out the mats.
Is it possible for a left-handed person to use this, or will the blades be wrong for a left-handed person?
I use it on both sides since it has two different rakes, one is for thicker coats and the other is for less dense or shorter hair.
Is it possible that this will help the ragdoll cats get severe matting under her arms?
The tool is wide and narrow, and it is a great choice for Ragdoll cats who want to comb their hair with the fine side. Start with wide side and then when the mats are out just flip the comb around and comb the hair with the fine side.
Is this good for a long haired dog? I only see a lot of cats and short haired dogs.
The brush goes through the knots without hurting our dog, because his fur is long and soft.
Will this work for a short hair dog to get the undercoat?
I have two shepherds that work well with it, but I don't think it would work on a short haired dog.
Is the razor thin? It says it thins out the coat.
It's not a razor but it gets loose hair and undercoat. I usually brush him first and get all the snarls out.