Oh, glorious day! The UPS man, who I normally bark at, brought our monthly Chewy.com item to review! I was all excited! What do it be? Fishy noms? A bone? I knew it would be something yummy for me since I had the talk with mom about no more kitty-themed stuffs. I was soooo excited! I couldn't wait to see and eat it...
Hmm...this doesn't smell like a treat....
For SOME reason mom decided to try out the Furminator Dual Brush thingy. Once I realized it do be a brush, I hightailed my fluffy butt right out of there. I sat far away and gived mom the stink eye. Now, for some reason, Duncan do love to be brushed, so mom got him to try this thing out.
The brush do have two sides, one is with the small needly things and the other more normal brush bristles. The brush bristles were more of a pain than anything, since the Duncan fur did stick to it in no time and was a pain to get out. So then we did try the needly side.
The evidence is above. The bottom floofy pile is from the new Furminator brush. The top floofy pile is from our old Furminator rake thing. Even after using the New brush, the old one was better at getting more of Duncan's furs quicker. Which is good, because for some reason mom doesn't want to spend hours brushing a dog.
Maybe the brush is better for dogs with longer hair? Mom did get it on me for a few swipes and didn't get too much. I think the needles do be too far apart for maximum Duncan de-floofing. It works, just takes more time.
Overall, we do only have to give this 2 our of 4 paws. I think it do just depend on fur types, but the birds did appreciate it. They do have some warm birdie nests for sure now!