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Martha Stewart Pets Curry Brush
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The Martha Stewart Curry Brush combines a sleek design with effective grooming power.
January 3, 2011 7:04 pm | By Zootoo Editor Flinn D.
The Curry Brush, by Martha Stewart Pets, is an extremely useful tool for combing and brushing your dog’s coat so that he always looks and feels his best. With a light turquoise color and brown and white fabric accents, the brush looks and feels like a bath product for people. But make no mistake — the deepest subtleties of canine hygiene have been considered in its design.
The Curry Brush is recommended for dogs with short to medium hair, as its soft rubber nubs are about an inch long and gently massage your dog’s scalp as you move it through his fur. The nubs help to lift hair that is loose and remove dirt and debris your dog collects in his coat during normal activity throughout the day.
Using the Curry Brush couldn’t be easier thanks to the sleek and convenient design of its hand strap and Velcro release. Simply slide your hand through the strap and slap down the Velcro and the brush will be secured to your palm. Then after a few gentle runs through our tester dog’s fur, the coat looked polished and clean, with its natural luster restored.
Because the Curry Brush is made out of rubber it is fine to use with water, or without. Sometimes water can help loosen fur that is ready to be shed, but if water makes your dog uncomfortable, use the brush without and it can be just as effective.
Bottom line: Once you use the Curry Brush by Martha Stewart, you won’t want to use any other grooming brush. It's just that good.
Pros: Easy to use; attractive design.
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