There is a great new dog brush out there designed with your dog’s body and fur in mind. It’s called BendiBrush, and it can make grooming easy again.
The manufacturer explains how brush’s flexible bristles and bendable body make it ideal for detangling coats comprised of thick or curly fur.
Its design and flexibility also make it ideal for getting hard-to-reach places such as behind the ears, sensitive places such as around the eyes, and oddball shapes like the tail.
It has rounded tips, which render it gentle on your dog’s body and skin, along with helping massage the animal as you groom.
Dogs who have excessive undercoats and who are prone to knotting could seriously benefit from this brush, because the pliability of the bristles make it much more able to detangle difficult fur than a standard doggy brush.
This is an excellent tool to assist with de-shedding. Now that we are entering spring, it’s a good time to think about how best to help your dog remove all the extra hair that’s been growing to accommodate the colder weather.
The bristles also come in multiple sizes – this make it ideal for animals with both long and short hair. Because it’s bendable, you can cover more surface area on curved places such as the ears, and therefore cut way down on the amount of time required to groom your dog.
Because the brush is soft and refrains from causing pain by pulling hard on knots, it makes grooming a soothing and positive experience for both you and your dog.
BendiBrush makes grooming fun, quick, and easy. If your current brush stresses your dog out, this could be a great product to try to make the process an enjoyable one.
Because everything is soft, you don’t have to worry about scratching or hurting your dog if you accidentally press down too hard.
It’s also ergonomically designed with you in mind, so it remains comfortable for you even if the grooming session takes a long time.
Conveniently, BendiBrush can be used on wet or dry fur, and on puppies as well as adults. Use the brush flat to remove excess dirt and fur, and bend it to combat knots and tangles.
I think this is a great idea for people who have dogs who either have problematic coats, or who have been traumatized by a grooming or veterinary experience gone wrong. Many dogs dislike being groomed, especially if it always results in pulled hair.
But certain breeds have coats which require constant brushing (to prevent painful matting), so the goal is to make the experience a happy and positive one. If your dog looks forward to being groomed, it’s better for everyone. It can be a bonding experience – think of how awesome it feels when someone brushes your hair!
BendiBrush comes in one size (measuring 5 in x 3.25 in).
Here is a video demonstrating how much dogs seem to enjoy this cool new brush: