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BioSilk for Dogs Eco-Friendly Grooming Brush for Dogs in Mint Green

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What We Like

  • Features sustainable construction and plant-based materials that makes it eco-friendly
  • Made of natural boars hair bristles that gently remove loose hair and debris
  • Features a wide handle grip that makes brushing easy for both the pet owner and the dog


  • may not be easy to remove the hair from the brush

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We analyzed 28,877 reviews for 45 products in the Cat Brushes category.

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100% of reviews were positive.

Final Score:

9.51 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about BioSilk for Dogs Eco-Friendly Grooming Brush for Dogs in Mint Green

    I was looking for a brush that would allow him to be liberated without causing him any pain, and I was hopeful he would be okay with it.

    His hair is long enough to require the extra reach of the beaded pins and the bristles are a little more comfortable, so it goes a bit quicker.

    I took my dog to the vet, who asked what I used to wash his hair, because he had a fantastic coat, and he wanted to know what I used to wash it.

    The coats of the two Bengal / Jungle Cat mix boys are so soft and thick that they are almost like rabbit fur.

    It's so easy to use, I kept it for myself, but I wish I'd used it on my Irish Setters, because it would have made it a lot easier to work with their long, flowing feathers.

    Common Questions


    I have a shipoo that has a flat wavy coat and skin tags, will this work? Pin brishes hurt and bristl brushes don't usually pick up the fur.


    I have a 15 year old Lhasa apso who has canine pappaloma warts and he loves massages with it, but I don't think it would be very useful as a detangling type brush.


    Is this brush good for a redbone coonhound?


    I think it would be good to get cockleburs or anything large out of a short hair dog, but short hair may need more bristles for their overall coat.


    Does it work on wire haired dogs?


    Our dogs don't have wire hair and I find this brush too bendy and soft for them, assuming it would be even more frustrating with the thicker hair.


    Will it work for Maltese with a full long coat?


    I would recommend a brush I bought for my Pekinese for long hair, or a pet that gets mats per the Amazon description, since they're both good for dogs and cats.


    Is the hair of the boars the source of the bristles?


    I don't know if it's the one I got or the one I saw at the site, but it's soft plastic/rubber with little nubs at the tips.

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