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My sweet pooch Sebastian is as lovable as they come, but he has the power to stink as much as any dog. It makes no difference how many times he goes to the groomer; inevitably, he runs out into the yard, rolls around in nature’s elements, and proudly returns to the home ready to make his presence known. Oh, dogs!
In the winter, there’s the additional task of dealing with extremely dry skin. The pug part of Sebastian makes him susceptible to dry scalp, particularly in the winter time. So I have to find some way to control both.
Sebastian, like most dogs, also loves to be petted. So how do you help take care of all these things at the same time? The CLD Pet Handheld Massaging Mitt is a great solution.
The mitt is extremely soft and comfortable to wear; one side is a soft mesh and the other is a soft, flexible rubber with short bristles.
This mitt promises to help pets who shed. While Sebastian sheds, this mitt doesn’t really take care of the issue because his hair is too short. However, if you happen to have a dog who loves to give you a handful of hair or four every time you pet him – such as a Siberian Husky, a German Shepherd or an Australian Shepherd – this mitt could easily grab those loose hairs from your pet and make him a bit less messy for your house and your guests. It would also be great for your long-haired cats!
I have found the mitt to be AMAZING for applying any topical treatment on all of his skin. A couple of my favorites are waterless shampoo, which is a great way to easily freshen Sebastian up after he comes in smelling of stink; and virgin coconut oil, which has AMAZING benefits for dogs, including moisturizing your dog’s coat and fighting odor.
Here is Sebastian being treated with the coconut oil. See how much he loves it?
THAT is a happy dog.
So really, whether your dog is short-haired or long-haired, this is a great tool to use on your dog. Plus, it’s a great way to bond with him!
You can purchase the Pet Handheld Massaging Mitt from Amazon here. I would suggest this product for any of my petsitting clients!