Some of you may remember my little review of the Furminator vs the Spiral Steel Horse Curry Comb. Well, the curry comb came today. It was a bit over nine dollars, which included shipping.
I have brushed the foster (shepherd mix) and the Siamese mix who looks like a Tonkinese. There is a veritable SEA of fur all over my living room!
I am so pleased with this tool, it works as well as the Furminator and was so much cheaper.
One thing I did not realize when I bought it, was that the comb has different teeth types. On one side the teeth are sharp, which is good for getting undercoat out of the shepherd coat. On the other side, the teeth are blunted, which works well for the cats.
So, I'm not purchasing a Furminator, I think this works just as well and is a much better value.
Here is a photo of the spiral steel curry comb (I am not advocating this seller, it's just where the picture was)
You might want to move your grooming outside. LOL Since I groom on a regular basis, I have a forced air dryer, using it on coated breeds like collies, huskies, etc works great. But the dog has be able to tolerate having air blown on them. But it blows all the loose stuff out. But be ready for a hair tornado. I had a fuminator and sold it.
He's your friend,your partner,your defender your dog.You are his life,his love,his leader. He will be yours faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to worthy of such devotion