I was given product for this review.
When I first got Sebastian, I knew he’d need a brush for his adorable, yet scruffy coat.
So I, like any new pet mother, went to the pet store and purchased Seabass this brush with metal bristles sticking out of it. I didn’t think about the amount of pain this brush would cause. But I soon learned that dogs don’t really care for sharp metal objects spaced out and scratching your back.
So after that, I opted for alternatives – softer brushes, as well as de-shedding tools that were more like razors. These are both still great. But the Miracle Coat Double-Sided Grooming Brush is an amazing tool because it can easily get out tangles with one side and give a nice, soft brushing with the other.
On one side of the brush, you see those metal bristles, but they have little plastic tips just like we humans have for our heads. Imagine those brushes without the tips. How horrible would your head feel? The other side has soft bristles that are great for picking up extra hair on your dog.
I was really impressed with the design of this brush – and even more impressed when I used it on Sebastian and he treated it as if it were a nice spa massage.
Another important thing to remember is that a lot of dogs (especially shelter animals) can be really anxious around grooming products. This can make for some behavior issues, whether you’re grooming your pet at home or using a professional. The soft approach of this brush is great for getting a dog accustomed to basic grooming maintenance.
I cannot recall how many products I have reviewed for MiracleCorp just this year – but they make great stuff for pets, from grooming tools to accessories to food and treats. The double-sided brush is a great product that I would absolutely recommend to my clients – even those who have dogs who may be anxious about groomers.