Evolution Grooming Undercoat Rake with Rotating Teeth
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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||2 x 6 x 8.75 in||9.5 x 1.38 x 5.75 in||5.31 x 3.63 x 1.31 in||1.75 x 4.25 x 6 in|
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It does a great job at removing the under coat on thick coated dogs.
Please see more in my video
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.
My dogs normally would run away and shake when it was grooming time. But after I purchased this rake, they'd run to me when I shook the rake (sounds like a rattle) and would bump into each other to be brushed before the other. I inherited a cattle dog 6 months ago that was scared to death to be groomed. I went to the only rake I knew would work at getting the coat groomed out nicely and the dog would calm down. After 5 minutes of shaking, the dog started to calm down, allowing me to brush him completely. Husband said that was the first time he'd seen his parents dog enjoy being brushed.
I'll never use anything else on any of my animals. It's relaxing to them, allowing me to brush out their coats and get the fur out without pain!
In short, it is a pure-ty miracle, and well worth the money.
I love the concept of two rows of rotating pins, which works great to work through tangles, but the quality of this product is beyond sub par.
Look for brushes with the same features but not from this brand. They have made adjustments since I purchased the first one, but the quality is still absolute crap. I do not usually take my time to write reviews on Amazon but felt like I had to for this product since it has let me down 3 times now. I've given this brand every chance and regret it. Want to make sure you do not make the same mistake.
The last brush I purchased lasted a whopping 30 seconds of gentle use before it came apart. Absolutely disappointed.
This is my second one of these rakes and I'm updating my previous review. I found absolutely NOTHING to complain about with the first one except that I accidentally left it where the male I mentioned above could find it. These Airedales have unbelievable bite pressure, and he decided that the rake looked like a chew toy. While a steel handle would probably have survived, the comfortable plastic one didn't. Hence I bought it again - and I STILL love it. (As I said below, yes, I'd buy it again ... and I did.)
I have to strip two of them, and between groomings 2 or 3 times a week all 3 of them get "cleaned up" first with this rake and then with a giant Furminator. I also use both before I do a real stripping (yes with strippin knives).
I used to use the Furminator by itself, but using this first cuts the grooming time roughly in half - and none of my Airedales, all of whom have very wiry coats - seems to mind my using it on him or her.