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Get the Grooming Goods: Curry Brushes


It's not for dinner — a curry brush's a rubber tool that you use in circular motions to remove loose hair like a magnet and stimulate the skin like a massage. My hands-down fave is the Kong Zoom Groom for dogs or cats (both $7). It eliminates North's pesky flakes on his black fur and encourages blood flow near the skin. Curry brushes also encourage production of natural oils to keep skin healthy and coats glossy.

To learn more about why I added it to my arsenal,

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The curry style doesn't pull my dog's hair and he'll sit way longer with this than the Furminator. It's like gentle fingers giving him a friendly rub but with great grooming purposes. I alternate a Zoom Groom with my hands during North's bath time — it really lathers up and scrubs down the skin of my short-haired breed.

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Dollylo Dollylo 7 years
I use this one for my dog and all I have to say is: AMAZING!! :) Polka loves it too probably because of the massage sensation! :rotfl:
ladyr ladyr 7 years
I haven't tried this, but I think I will have to get one, especially for bath time. There is another cool grooming tool I use called the Furminator. It really helps get loose hairs out and reduce shedding. Makes the coat appear more shiny too!
likethedirection likethedirection 7 years
I bought one of these for my chihuahuas and it's great. My dogs are small of course and even when I buy cat brushes, it's always difficult to get the spots around my dogs' necks and around their little legs without bumping their knees or whatever with the hard brush. With the Zoom Groom, I still have a little difficulty get into the little spots, but at least if I bump a bony little knee, it's a soft, rubbery bump.
Nitachequita Nitachequita 7 years
This product is AWESOME for getting loose hair. I use it on my cats and they love it!
kourt kourt 7 years
Lucy and I have this and I love it. I use it to both brush her to get the unwanted hairs off and also use it when giving her a bath as an extra scrubby! :)
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