- Product Dimensions: 2 x 6 x 8.8 inches ; 5 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0002DIRYG
- Item model number: W6110
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (446 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,753 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Evolution Undercoat Rake
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- Rotating pins
- Available in double row and single row
- Quality Guaranteed
- 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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Our Evolution Dog Undercoat Rakes with Rotating Pins is designed for dogs with thick, heavy coats or with undercoats. The rotating teeth pull through the dog's coat without damaging it. Comfort grip handles make grooming your dog a pleasure. Available in double row or single row, these rakes feature smooth, rounded pins that penetrate deep into your dog’s coat to remove loose undercoat. When used regularly, they help prevent matting. Apply minimal pressure when using these tools.
Size: Double Row
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 2 x 8.75 in||3.63 x 5.31 x 1.31 in||5.5 x 3 x 8.25 in||1.38 x 9.5 x 5.75 in||4.25 x 1.75 x 6 in|
Top customer reviews
It does a great job at removing the under coat on thick coated dogs.
Please see more in my video
In short, it is a pure-ty miracle, and well worth the money.
For some reason, this one pulls through the dog's coat MUCH EASIER than the old one. Perhaps it's because the pins aren't gummed up with dog body oils? I dunno.
In any case, I have a German Shepherd Dog that lives inside most of the time. She sheds severely twice a year - April and October. Other months is the normal pet shedding, and it's almost always her tan undercoat. I used to use a Slicker brush on previous dogs but once I found this Evolution Undercoat Rake, I'm never gonna go back. It pulls out the loose hair from the undercoat without hurting the dog.
IF YOU HAVE A DOG THAT HATES TO BE BRUSHED OR PANICS WHEN THE BRUSH COMES OUT - try this brush for a change. It's inexpensive (but not cheap quality) and you'll see that the pet loves getting a massage all over when you go to brush him or her.
After seeing the rave reviews on the Furminator, I priced them at Petsmart and Petco and was shocked to see a $50 price tag! I ended up buying one via Amazon for $26 which saved me nearly 50% over PetsMart and Petco. While the Furmintaor works, it works on the principle of "gently" pulling out the loose hairs of the undercoat. The problem is that the Furminator is more of a short-tooth comb that grabs onto the hair and pulls out whatever hairs the teeth happen to grab onto, thereby pulling out more than just the loose undercoat hairs. In fact, being that it's a short-tooth comb, it doesn't get deep into the coat as it needs to, and ends up pulling out a lot of the topcoat, too. You have to use a lot of firm strokes to get past the topcoat, yet the instructions say to use gentle strokes, not do too many strokes, and not to do it to often, or you will irritate the dog's skin.
One day one of our customers showed me his Evolution Rake, and demonstrated it for me on his Husky. Now, there's a dog that will give the GSD some competition when it comes to shedding! I examined the rake closely and saw that the Evolution's pins are spread out (hence the name "Rake"), and the pins rotate. This ingenious design allows the rake sink down deep into the dog's coat, past the topcoat, and when the rotating pins encounter hair that is not loose, they spin their way around the hair instead of latching onto the hair and pulling it out like the Furminator does. So, there is much less intact hair being pulled out. I can use as many strokes as I want, use it as often as I want, and my dog's skin does not get irritated. And, for $8 and change this is definitely the way to go! I believe there's another Evolution rake with pins that don't rotate, so just be sure to get the one that has the rotating pins. Unless, of course, you want to buy my like-new, barely used Furminator for $15! ;-)
I have 2 australian shepherds, one with traditional longer hair and the others is shorter, both males, 3 and 1 year old. This brush did not work at all on the younger ones short hair, and it worked OK on the older one with longer hair. I'll keep using it, but was expecting a lot more!
I then used a pin brush after to clean it up more. So, figure out how long your dog's hair is before buying this.
Still love my Furminator and slicker brush, as that gets basketball sized hair out, but apparently the furminator isn't the best tool for dogs with undercoats.