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The Dyson Groom solves all of that. There are virtually no flyaway hairs when brushing and for the few that do get away- you are holding a vacuum hose, so just point it at the escaping hair and it gets sucked right in. I am not covered in hair after using this, my house isn't covered in hair, and the dogs seem to enjoy it. I switched from one Golden to the Shepherd and the Golden came walking over trying to nudge his way in as if to say, I am not done yet! My Shepherd had terrible aggression issues towards the vacuum when we first rescued him, and this doesn't bother him at all. (We worked long and hard to re-train that behavior and I can now vacuum around him with him being calm and non-reactive. I definitely wouldn't try this on a dog that has fear or aggression towards a vacuum. I just mention this here to say that I had a dog with that behavior, and with patience and proper training I can now vacuum him, so don't give up.)
My dog's coat is left with a very soft and clean feeling. I imagine this to be because while the suction is removing the hair, it is also removing dirt, and dead skin cells.
My only issue is that I don't want to stop grooming them with this. It is so satisfying to remove all of the hair, that I had to force myself to stop.
I am going to use this every day. If you have big shedders, and you have a Dyson vacuum, you absolutely need this in your life.
I was skeptical about a product that costs so much money, but I took a chance on it after reading a few reviews. Admittedly I purchased it locally for the same price (@ BestBuy of all places!). I would definitely buy this again. Prior to this tool I would spend $50 a trip to have my dog groomed "professionally" at PetSmart and every time she came home with loose hair everywhere. I had purchased a furminator and it too proved futile. I averaged $200 a year on grooming costs for my girl and this tool is a lifesaver! Not only is it about the price of one trip to the groomer - it does a MUCH better job! It may be interesting to note that I don't have a dyson vacuum either - I found this tool fit well on the end of my old $40 Bissell bagged vacuum from Walmart.
Why you should buy this ...
- Dog has notably less shed hair than even after professional grooming
- Works on many different vacuums
- No mess to cleanup afterwards
I have three full grown labs, two black and one yellow (Gracie, who sheds like it's 95 degrees year 'round). Hair flies off Grace constantly as she walks around the house. I've used this thing on her several times now and actually looked closely for hair dropped on the floor during the process...I have yet to find ONE piece. It actually suctions from above the brush mechanism as you're brushing with the button pushed so as to suck up (according to Dysons site) hair and allergens...seems to be so.
Admittedly I was a bit skeptical and was more than prepared to return it should it not work well. I'll not be returning it.
Yes, it's made out of plastic, like pretty much all other Dyson products. No, it's not "cheap" plastic. It's heavy duty, well made, well fit material.
There are actually more bristles than I had thought based on the photos and they are smaller and shorter. I was worried they may not work well with medium length lab-hair...they do.
Yes, hair and dust sticks to this, just like every other Dyson product. Get yourself some Static Guard spray or take a dryer sheet and wipe down all the surfaces that attract hair...problem solved. Actually Dyson should include an environmentally friendy anti-static spray or cloth with all their vacuums.
The only slight issue I had was finding out whether it would work with my Dyson Vac...the DC23 Animal Canister. You'd think I wouldn't even need to check, what with the "Animal" designation on the vac but the Dyson site was pretty ambiguous about it...saying that it wouldn't work with some canister models, particularly the Motorhead versions...of which it seemed the DC23 Animal was one. Works fine with this canister and looks as if it would work with just about all the Dyson upright and canister vacs.
The videos on the Dyson web-site are pretty impressive. So much so they tended to make me even more skeptical. I can tell you without a doubt they are not doctored in the least...when you let that button go and the bristles retract the hair disappears in a blink.
Oh, yes and you should definitely either make sure your dog will tolerate the vacuum being so close first or be willing to put some time in to accustom him/her to it.
I would highly recommend this item to anyone with a shedding pet (although the cat won't have anything to do with it...yet)