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    Im so confused on what brush to use on my puppy ,they have so many to choose from but I don't know what will be best for her. Can you please help me

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    Default Re: What type of brush to use

    I don't use any specific brush, my bulldogs love any type of brushing I know that many use furminator brushes, I don't have any experience of them myself but I've heard they are great for removing hair so they shed less
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    Quote Originally Posted by PixiesMom View Post
    Im so confused on what brush to use on my puppy ,they have so many to choose from but I don't know what will be best for her. Can you please help me
    Hi, I use the Kong Zoom Groom, and I love it. It's made of soft rubber and is easy to hold in your hand, it removes all the loose hairs, and I use it in the tub after I bath them to remove all the loose hairs after shampooing. The teeth on the brush are wide apart so the hairs don't stick to it, and it's very easy to clean, you just rinse it under the tap and no hairs stick to it. The furballs love being brushed with it, it's like a massage to them. I have tried the Furminator, but I returned it, because I found it too hard and they were afraid of the noise of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Hi, I use the Kong Zoom Groom, and I love it. It's made of soft rubber and is easy to hold in your hand, it removes all the loose hairs, and I use it in the tub after I bath them to remove all the loose hairs after shampooing. The teeth on the brush are wide apart so the hairs don't stick to it, and it's very easy to clean, you just rinse it under the tap and no hairs stick to it. The furballs love being brushed with it, it's like a massage to them. I have tried the Furminator, but I returned it, because I found it too hard and they were afraid of the noise of it
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    I've tried a handful and the zoom groom works the best. It's messy.... But effective.
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    We also use the zoom groom & Furminator

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    I use both the zoom groom and I have an old version of the furminator that doesn't have the hair remover button. I have bought tons of brushes and these are the only 2 that really work to remove hair.

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    I think Zoom Groom is the best one out there.
    But mine think it's a toy and brushing time turns into a game.


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    Furminator and Zoom groom, the Furminator gets the under coat which REALLY helps us out.

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    I use a curry comb (AKA blade) most of the time. I have had it for many years and found it the best thing for our American Bulldog, then Chumly and now Monty! I also have a variety of other brushes that I sometimes use after the curry comb with various degrees of success!

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    We use the Kong Zoom Groom and they love it, plus it gets a lot of hair off.
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    That sounds good I think I'll give it a try

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