Helloooo good peeps and pups of Blogville! Macy Blue here.
Momma has been sooo busy, I can't believe she's doing my Chewy.com review today... the last day of the month! She better not get me fired!
Macy Mom here. The Furminator Dual Brush for Dogs has ...duh...TWO sides... a metal pin brush side and... a nylon bristle brush side:
Macy Blue is a bit skittish being brushed...more of her trust issues at play. But she did give in and just go with it... eventually. The pin side is made to be gentle as you can see by the rounded head on the pins:
But Macy didn't really like that side. I only noticed later on the Chewy website that the pin side is best for long coated dogs.
You can see the tracks of the brush in her short fur:
Macy really warmed up to the nylon side and I think she likes it better than the regular Furminator I use on her. I ended up loving it. As you all know, my budget is not great. I recently researched and decided to switch Macy's month flea and tick meds from the big budget $60 for six months to one that was $20 for six months. My one complaint about the new meds is that it seemed to just sit on her furs and never really sink in the way the expensive kind did... And then the Furminator Dual Brush arrived.
The nylon bristles did an excellent job of spreading her meds around and overall, made me feel much better about trying to save on flea and tick meds. And it picked up lots of hair!
Thanks Momma! Welp, I put getting brushed right up there with getting a bath. I've gotten over my extreme fear of both thanks to Momma's gentle hands but...I don't really LOVE doing it either!
Macy Blue gives Furminator Dual Brush for Dogs four paws up and I give it two thumbs up!
Neither Creekhiker nor Macy Blue were compensated for this review. Mr Chewy sent one Furminator Dual Brush for Dogs for Macy Blue to enjoy... or not.She also received a bag of her favorite Merrick treats... and was over the moon!