Pet Neat Grooming Brush
Pet Neat Grooming Brush
The proverb “you get what you pay for” is, for the most part, a good one to live by. However, it falls short with Pet Neat’s Grooming Brush. For the staggeringly low price of $15, you’ll have at your disposal a de-shedding tool that gives the costly FURminator a run for its money.
Boasting a stainless-steel blade, manufacturers over at Pet Neat promise that their grooming brush removes 95% of shedding fur from your pet within less than ten minutes. Another advantage to Pet Neat’s grooming brush is that it’s compatible with both dog and cat fur, allowing pet owners who reside in multi-pet households to save some cash. Although many cat owners do complain that this grooming tool spanning four-inches wide doesn’t make it easy to navigate around a small cat’s fur, this balances out with the brush’s anti-slip, ergonomic handle.
Our favorite feature has to be Pet Neat’s grooming brush’s detachable head design. Featuring a quick release button, this means that pet owners can quickly dispose of the hair from the brush in much quicker time, meaning they can get back to grooming and pampering their pet.
Convenience lies at the very heart of Pet Neat’s grooming brush’s design. The eyelet on the grooming brush’s base is one such example. Pet owners are bound to save precious time searching for their grooming brush amongst their many dog leads, poo bags, and treats – instead, they’ll just reach for it off of their designated hanger and get to work grooming. Plus, thanks to the safety cover, this lifespan of the grooming brush is extended.
However, although Pet Neat’s grooming brush certainly works at a similar standard to the FURminator, there are a few noticeable differences that buyers believe set the two products apart. One such feature that FURminator fans insist is regrettably missing from Pet Neat’s Grooming Brush is a hair release button that makes it wonderfully easy to dispose of loose hair. Without this key feature, many pet owners find it extremely difficult to remove fine pet hair caught in the grooming brush’s sharp blades.
All in all, Pet Neat’s grooming brush certainly isn’t a bad product – far from it. Yet if you are already acquainted with the fancy features of the FURminator, gear yourself up for disappointment.
- Pet Neat offer customers a return policy if they aren’t impressed with the grooming brush
- Grooming brush boasts a 10mm stainless-steel blade that works to remove a pet’s undercoat
- Grooming tool can be hung up thanks to convenient eyelet on its base
Available at a much cheaper price point than the FURminator but works at a similar standard
Quick release button on the grooming brush’s head means it can be detached and cleaned in seconds
Anti-slip ergonomic handle can be operated with control, thereby protecting your pet’s fur
Comb doesn’t work as well with short hair
Grooming brush doesn’t boast an “eject fur” feature like the FURminator