Sunday, February 28, 2016

Dog Cat Brush Grooming Glove+Collapsible Pet Bowl Review #PetNov

About the product from the brand:
Pet brushing mitt effectively removes dead, unwanted hair, ensuring a healthy skin & coat
Palm & thumb front feature dozens of rubber nubs that easily comb unneeded, excess hair away
Rubber nubs loosen matted hair, massage & stimulate skin, improving circulation to hair follicles
Made from Eco-friendly, 100% recyclable materials that won't chaff or irritate your pet's skin
Comes with folding pet travel bowl & helpful eBook with tips on how to minimize shedding pet hair!

 It's designed to safely extract shed and matted hair, while providing a soothing, gentle massage that invigorates skin and stimulates blood circulation to the follicles. Regular primping and preening with this handy mitt will help produce a shinier, healthier coat of hair and reduce shedding at the same time. It features dozens of tiny rubber nubs that extricate the unwanted hair easily. It has an adjustable, Velcro wrist strap so it fits any size hand comfortably. It's easy to extract the dead, unwanted hair, so cleanup afterwards is a breeze. It's made from 100%, recyclable, Eco-friendly materials. Comes with FREE folding pet travel bowl & eBook with helpful tips on how to reduce excessive, pet hair shedding.

I had received to review dog cat brush grooming glove & collapsible pet bowl. The grooming brush fits perfect, it has enough space for my hands to move around in it. The grooming brush glides onto my dogs & cats with ease without hurting their skin. These gloves do groom my dog & cat hair very well. The silicone bowl easily pops in and out without breaking or cracking. It's stands firmly onto any surface, ground, etc. My dogs drink their water very easily in the bowl. You can find  dog cat brush grooming glove & collapsible pet bowl at Amazon 

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this product however I did receive this product to try and review all opinions are my own and may differ from yours. In Accordance with the FTC's 16 CFR, Part 255:"Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising