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Fight the Fur with a Bunty De-Shedding Brush!

When Bunty Pet Products got in touch and invited me to select something from their grooming range to review it was the De-Shedding Brush that caught my eye. I’d been aware of similar tools for ages but somehow had never got around to purchasing one and I was curious to find out whether it would make grooming a little easier and maybe even smarten madam up!!?  Like any other dog (unless you have a hairless breed) Maya sheds her old and damaged hair and the fur ends up all over the house. So the idea that this gadget could also reduce the amount of unwanted dog hair (is there any other kind?) laying around my house by up to 90% was just so exciting! Choice made I couldn’t wait for it to arrive.

The Bunty De-Shedding Brush comes in four sizes and is suitable for short to long haired pets. It has an ergonomically designed handle and I found it comfortable to hold, it also has a push button mechanism that aids in collecting the dead fur and makes it easy to remove the hair from the teeth. It reminded me more of  a comb than a brush really and instructions read, it was time to put this tool to the test but where was madam??

Maya is a clever little dog and I often think that she understands every word I say, one word I am certain she knows is brush. Even if Maya is sprawled out asleep on the settee beside me  at the mere mention of the brush word her head tilts, her ear is cocked and she is soon scurrying off to her den. I have to admit that it gives Rod and I a little chuckle. I’m not sure why she does this, she actually appears to quite enjoy being groomed and her lifes ambition is to secure a brush for a toy. (one I’m afraid that will remain unfulfilled) However when she realised that the De-shedding brush was in fact a grooming tool she eyed it with the utmost suspicion and was a little reluctant to find out what it could do!!

However once grooming commenced she actually seemed to find it quite therapeutic and I was genuinely amazed at the amount of fur it removed. OK shocked!!! The brush is so simple to use, you literally just brush your dog and it easily and gently reaches into the coat and removes the dead hair. I didn’t need to apply any pressure and the brush will not damage fur or skin. The only question I was left asking was why I hadn’t purchased one of these tools before!!

I still have to get the vacuum out but perhaps in time there will be less hair around (a hair in your hand is one less on your floor – right??) as it does state that regular use is required. Mayas coat looks so much shinier and tidier though (when she leaves the house!) and the medium size that I tested costs just £11.99 which I think is well worth it.

Looking Sleek!!

How do you fight the fur friends – I’d love to hear your comments and suggestions.

 

Love Sal & Maya xxx

 

* A huge thanks to Bunty Pet Products for gifting us this De-Shedding Brush to review.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

Amanda and Charlie.
July 26, 2017 at 3:54 pm

Maya is so good. Charlie would never pose like that xx



    woofwagwalk
    July 27, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    I have invested alot of time in training her Amanda, especially since, I started this blog!!! xxx



      August 2, 2017 at 10:59 pm

      This looks like the fuminator type combs, they do thin the coat and cut some fur, but not too much. I still don’t thik anything could match the Mars coat kind but this and the ancol stripping blade deserve a second place position 😊



        woofwagwalk
        August 3, 2017 at 8:30 am

        I have heard great things about the Mars coat king too NIkki, but i am pleased with the results of this too. Orginally I had Maya hand stripped but then annoyingly one groomer clipped her and obs ruined her coat somewhat. I have “grown” it in for about a year and hope it can only improve!!! Rolo’s coat is gorgeous! Thanks so much for reading. xxx



Chrissy, Sooty, Holly and Amber Shorter
July 26, 2017 at 5:33 pm

Thanks for the information on this product. My gang do love a brush. I’m lucky as they done seem to shred too much hair. I do however need to invest in a couple of new brushes so will probably give this one a go if I can find one!!
Gorgeous photos of you Maya!!
Lots of love xxx



    woofwagwalk
    July 27, 2017 at 6:47 pm

    Thanks so much Chrissy, people have metioned to me in the past that Blue Roans are the hairiest! The brush is really good though. Thanks so much for dropping by. xxx



Fran and Fenton
July 26, 2017 at 6:08 pm

Ah!I use a similar product to this on Fenty and he too will run a mile when I pick it up!😂Even though he is partial to a bit of pampering!If I didnt already own one similar I would so buy this product-after all its all the dead fur that mounts up!Superb review as always!xx



    woofwagwalk
    July 27, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    Haha Fenty sounds a real little character! I am really impressed with the brush though. Thanks for your lovely words Fran, I really appreciate them. xxx



Koke
July 28, 2017 at 9:54 am

I use a similar product this on Koke💜💜thanks for the information😉 super interesting as always



    woofwagwalk
    July 28, 2017 at 12:59 pm

    Kokes fur is so beautiful that these type of brushes must be good! Thanks so much for reading and commenting, I really appreciate it. xxx



Sarah @whiskersandstitched
July 30, 2017 at 9:02 am

Oh I’m glad it worked, I spend about 90% of my time trying to remove cat hair from pretty much everywhere! Ha!
Lovely photos too!
Sarah xxx



Topsy & Kristin
July 31, 2017 at 4:14 pm

It really helped! I been wondering the same actually. Need to buy one of those😊



Blanca & Platón
August 4, 2017 at 6:14 pm

They work really well! We got one some years ago and we only change the blades after a very long time!



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