Evolution Grooming Undercoat Rake with Rotating Teeth
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- Rotating pins
- Available in double row and single row
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- Removes loose undercoat and helps to prevent matting
- Keep your dog's coat looking great with our dog undercoat rake featuring rotating pins
- Gentle method of getting your dog looking its best
- Teeth rotate to pull through the coat without damaging it
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Size: Double Row
Top Customer Reviews
The rotating teeth more easily through my cat's thick undercoat. It has some weight to it, so at least for a cat (and I'd think small dog) you have to be aware of the weight and not comb too hard. The teeth rattle when you use it, but my cat doesn't seem to mind at all. She loves being brushed by it (and ran away from the furminator). This is the only rake I have found works to remove the excess in her downy undercoat.
Removes hair very well... better than any other brush I have tried... and I have tried many, but kinda tiresome to have to buy a new one every 12 months.
Update 1/18/2010... I did break down and purchase another one (via amazon.com) because I just like it that much better than the other brushes we already had.
- The rotating teeth do a good job at smoothly running through matted fur without getting stuck or snagged in the middle of the mat, which reduces any discomfort for my dog and lessens the effort I have to put into pulling through matted fur
- The "rotation" of the teeth helps wind the hair around the rake and is effective for long-haired dogs (over 3 inches)
- There is a considerable difference (decrease) in the amount of fur that this rake ends up removing. I have to brush my dog every other day, and usually end up with a pile of hair the size of a baseball. With this rake, it was down to a ping pong ball of fur. Both measures include the "clean up" I do with a pin brush afterward, so they are comparable.
- It's sturdy: I'm not concerned that the teeth are going to fall out of this rake, even if it does encounter a particularly difficult mat.
- The teeth are noisy. If you have a pet who doesn't do well with sound, this is not the tool for you. The teeth of the rake rattle constantly while you're grooming your furry friend, and it even got on my nerves after a few minutes. My dog, who isn't generally sound averse, started getting edgey after a while, so I wouldn't recommend this for shy dogs.
- Like most rakes / dematting tools, you're going to have to use a pin brush to clean up the stray hair. This tool is good at getting through matted fur, but it didn't do a great job at picking up the leftovers where my dog's fur was on the shorter side (less than 2-3 inches long).Read more ›
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It does a great job at removing the under coat on thick coated dogs.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have had one for a few years now, and am reordering because I lost the original. Works much better than a regular rake (less pulling on my dog's skin due to sticking), apparently... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
after year or so, the rakes are bent. overall its a good product and lasted a yearPublished 15 days ago by BiGsUpErFrEaK
I love this brush and so do my dogs, they think it's a massage! It gets all the undercoat hair out really wellPublished 20 days ago by Patricia Almeida
This brush has been changed over the years. It used to have "longer" pins. The pins are also now "rounded" and it no longer works on our huskies/malamute. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Duane J. Huck
It definitely helps loosen the hair on my dogs, but it really does not get it out. I have to go over my dogs in a second brush in order to get all of the fur out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Virginia S.
The pins roll and the tips are rounded. The dogs dont seem to mind the pulling and are more tolerant to vigorous brushing with this.Published 1 month ago by Marlee