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Cavallo Mane & Tail brush
Rating: 4.9

Average rating from 7 reviews.

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daryl b.
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Rating: 5

Love them

posted 5 years ago

these are very effective ad gentile on tails and manes. you don't loose to much hair and it gets out knots with ease. i give them as christmas presants and they are used and loved

Pros: gentle

Cons: none

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Apacheblase
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Rating: 5

Keeps hair tidy

posted 6 years ago

I have a horse with lots of hair and this works well.

Pros: Mane and tail best friend

Cons: don't know any

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Cathy10
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Rating: 5

Good brush

posted 6 years ago

I used this on my friend's cat and it worked like a charm.

Pros: great brush

Cons: na

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Lallyke
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Rating: 4

Great

posted 5 years ago

This is great for getting out knots and burs.

Pros: great

Cons: none

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