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Shed Ender is a professional de-shedding tool that removes the loose shedding hair, revealing your pet's shiny, healthy top coat. It removes shedding hair trapped in your pet's undercoat, without hurting your pet or cutting its hair. Remove shedding hair before it ends up all over your house, furniture and clothes!
- Keep shedding hair off your pet & out of your house
- Promote a shiny coat and healthy skin
- Gentle for both cats and dogs
- Proven design removes dead, loose hair from the undercoat
- Don't Care For*
I don't really care for this item. It was just like a comb. I thought it would really removed excess hair, but, it doesn't. ...more info
- This is a yes and no item
First of all it is smaller than I had thought. No biggie just not what I expected. Because it is small (reminds me of a flea comb) it can't take much hair out before you have to clean it and make another stroke. It's a bit difficult to get the hang of especially if your expecting it to work like it does on TV, it doesn't but then what does? So you have to hold it a certain way, comb a little, clean , comb a little, clean... but it does work. You have to have patience though and so does your pet. Definitely do as suggested and use after bathing but wait until the hair is thoroughly dry. As a help you may want to actually brush your dogs hair first ( kind of defeats the purpose right) to get the top loose hair out then come back with the shedender to get the deeper coat. If you hate cleaning up hair or have allergies this is good for keeping it at a minimum (let someone else do it for you if you have allergies or you'll suffer). It's a lot of work but it does work, you just have to put forth the effort....more info
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I just received this product today, and I already love it. I ordered it for my cats. It works as great as they said it would....more info
- Does the job it is supposed to and does it well.
I dont know what the other two guys issue was with this item but I had no problem at all. I have a pug and the little guy sheds like there is no tomorrow. I bought this thing at my local mall for 9.99 and tried it out today. It was awsome, the amount of fur that came off of him was nuts, I had a pile of hair that was the size of my pug. He loved it and seemed to want more even after I stoped. I am going to assume that the other two bad reviews here are pure user error, it has to be. This item works great and I would recomend it to anyone that has a pet with a sheding problem....more info
- one month blade became dull!!!
it worked well the shed ender pro for one month.lab 75 pounds and 40 pound short haired terrier.blade became dull!company replaced the blade free of charge.impossible to reinsert!!unable to reach the company.on hold long time!!!furminator a much better product and cost wise.35$ on amazon.free shipping!!!paid 14$ for shed ender and worked for one month???
probably best on cats and very shorthaired small dogs!! ...more info
- Buyer, beware: you get what you pay for.
Marketed as a knock-off, cheaper version of the Furminator, this is exactly what it purports to be: a cheap, knock-off version of a better product.
ShedEnder is uncomfortable to use, due to the handle angle, and is not nearly as effective at removing hair. The handle angle also makes it more likely that you will hurt your pet: you can't gauge the pressure of your strokes as easily as you can with the Furminator.
A quick analogy: if you were using a bladed instrument on yourself, which would you rather use: a straight razor, or a contemporary, overhand razor? Obviously, you would opt for the latter: the angle of the handle makes a contemporary razor easier to control, and makes it much less likely that you would hurt yourself.
The difference between the Furminator and the ShedEnder is much the same: the angle of the Furminator's handle makes it easier to control, and the ability to more accurately assess the pressure of your strokes makes it much less likely that you will accidentally harm your pet.
In short, yes, the ShedEnder is cheaper than the Furminator. However, the lesser price reflects the lesser quality. Spend the few extra bucks and buy a Furminator: it will last longer, is easier to use, and will be safer for your pet.
Otherwise, caveat emptor, and remember that -- in most cases, and certainly in this one -- you get what you pay for....more info
- Works pretty well...
I have 2 cats and both have different types of fur..on the thicker fur it works very well, especially on the under coat...but on the slick type fur..it doesn't gather much. Be very careful on the belly and such because the comb is somewhat sharp....more info
- This Comb Really Works!
My short-haired pug sheds badly. I bathed her and then combed her with the shedender. As the loose hair accumulated on the fine teeth of the shedender I placed the hair in a zip-lock baggie. By the time I finished I had a baggie with a "cushion" of fawn colored hair. Priscilla looked beautiful and I could run my hands all over her without hair flying. Thanks for this wonderful tool! I'm going to get the larger sized shedender for my son-in-law, for his birthday. He has a bassat hound that sheds badly....more info
- works well
I tried tis product on my long hair lab. The amount of hair that came off of him was incredible. There was a pile the size of a small puppy! His coat also seemed a bit shinnier and softer. ...more info
I have a lot of cats and I didn't get nearly the amount of hair up out of the coat that they show on TV. Those dogs must not ave been gromed in a couple of years! Waste of money....more info
- Works great!
I tried this out on all 4 of my dogs and my 1 cat as soon as I got it in the box... if I spent more time brushing them I'd use this comb every time. I have 2 labs, 2 chihuahua/pomeranians and 1 cat, all pretty short haired.
My cat? Not so much... it made this scraping sound he didn't like so I don't use it on him.
My dogs? They all love it! My only problem is getting them to sit up instead of rolling over on their backs for a tummy brush! You will clean out the comb after several strokes but it's not a big deal, just wipe with your fingers. Granted the commercial shows gobs of hair being pulled off of a dog and I'm sure you can get that over time but again I have short haired dogs. It reached the undercoat and helped with the shedding a little bit but for the most part I do it for my dogs enjoyment... it's a great scratch for them and a good de-shedder for you!...more info
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I ordered one of these combs last week, and am so glad I did.
I was absolutely amazed at the amount of loose, dead hair it removed from my 2 Chihuahuas.
This is a GREAT product !
- Amazing how much hair comes out!
I have a female german shepherd (in the house and spoiled ROTTEN) and bought the Shed Ender brush this morning at Bed Bath & Beyond. We have two other brushes so I almost didn't buy it. I was just hoping to be able to get rid of some of the hair she is shedding. It works GREAT and GOBS of hair came out of her. I'm sure this is designed for smaller animals (and I can live with it since it works so well), but it would be nice to be able to get one with a longer comb to use with larger animals. ...more info
- Great product!
The ShedEnder is exactly what I wanted. It works great. I honestly didn't think it would work as well as the commercial, but it does. ...more info
- Works for our Persian.
The ShedEnder has a lot of mixed reviews, but for the price I took a chance. It works great for me. I had no trouble at all using it. The first time I used it I got a mound of hair off of our Persian cat. I have not tried any other brands, so I cannot say which is better, but I am very pleased with my purchase. For the price, I don't really think you can go wrong with this....more info
- doesn't work.
I have a pug and bought this in hopes of helping with his shedding problem. For anyone who doesn't know pugs shed A LOT! I could brush him for hours and still be pulling loose hair off of him so I was hoping for a product that might help. This product was completely useless. It didn't pull off any lose hair and he hated it more then the brush. I gave it a couple tries before I just gave up and went back to the usual brush. I don't know if it would work better on dogs with thicker coats but it was completely useless on my pug....more info
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I like this, and so do my cats. It's very comfortable and easy to use. The only drawback that I find is the hair never seems to end!! I can use it over and over and over in one sitting and am still pulling off tons of undercoat. And, that, it is harder to use on the sides of the cats body because you don't have anything to kind of push the brush into except their belly which is, of course, soft. I do like this product because my cat has stopped having so many hairballs and that is the best plus!!...more info
- Doesn't work
I tried the tool and it is junk. The way the handle holds the blade, you can't control the angle and it is very difficult to use. The caps covering the screws both fell off and the handle feels hard and cheap. I tried a friend's furminator and it worked 10 times better....more info
- Gets the most hair off my Ragdoll cat
I have a long haired Ragdoll cat. He is a constant shedder. My husband saw this and bought it for me. My cat hates being brushed so that is the challenge. But when I do it you can see the difference. I end up with a pile of fur and a much shinier cat. He doesn't seem to like it but he will escape for any brushing so I think that's just him. Having to go only one direction is a bit hard because the cat is so stubborn but I can see the difference around my house. I used to have to clean the furniture daily with a roller and now it is every few days days and no where near the amount of hair that used to get on there! I recommend this for any long haired animal!
- Like Furminator- NOT!!!
This is a totally cheap knock off. I at least bought it at Walgreens and can return it. The comb is tiny and running it through the hair of anything other then a hampster, takes forever. I was able to get more fur combed out with my $5 wire dog brush. Don't bother, get the real deal and save yourself a good deal of frustration....more info
- Best at combing cat hairs
I have used this shed ender on my cat and it gets tons of under hairs out. Can't beleive the difference from this product and the other combs and brushes I have used in the past. I highly recommended the shed ender. In fact my cat loves it also....more info
- shed free
this is perfect!!! I use it for my ferret and my jack russell terrier and it makes their coat soft and shed free....more info
- Love it !!
I have had my shedender for a while now. We have a long hair shepard, corgi, and a short hair lab. Works wonderfully on all 3 dogs ! I bought and gave shedenders as christmas presents to family members with pets, because I love mine so much! And it is so easy to work, my children can do it, they are 8 and 10. ...more info
- Works great
I use this on all my animals even my ferret. It picks up the undercoat and gets all the hair that other brushes can't get. I love it so do the cats and dogs! IT doesn't hurt them or pull there fur. My bengal used to shed like crazy but now that I use the shedender he doesn't because it gets all the loose hair...more info
- Dont buy this thing
Not only does this thing not work but if you really wanted to throw your money away for it you can get it way cheaper at your local Wal Mart for arount ten bucks so dont even throw your money away unless you have a boat load and dont give a crap....more info
- not really impressed
The ShedEnder is ok. I don't see too much difference between it and a wire brush except a wire brush doesn't have to be cleaned 52 times per pet side. The ShedEnder seems to hold 4 hairs and need to be cleaned before the next 4 hairs can be "brushed" out. Yes it produces a ball of hair after 4 hours of brushing but it just seems a little long to spend brushing out a pet. And since the product doesn't actually STOP the shedding the name really doesn't fit. I can see the appeal but I don't think it's worth more than $5. Good thing I got this as a gift.. I'd be mad if I paid $14.99...more info
- Does the job but the design is lacking
I bought my shedender at Walmart and the price is about the same. I think the comb does a good job but I really don't like the design. You can only use it in your right hand and if your cat moves around like mine does you have to keep on moving with it to use the brush properly. I can understand why people are having a hard time with the small teeth on the brush. You really have to go slowly when using it to be sure the teeth get under the top coat and into the undercoat. When it works it works well but you have to clean out the teeth with every sweep of the brush. I find it works just as well on all 3 of my cats...2 short haired (one a bit fluffier than the other) and 1 long haired.
I'm going to get the Furminator too and see how they compare. I'll revise my review once I've done so....more info
This is everything the ad claims it to be. My dog has short hair and I was worried that the shed ender was only for longer haired breeds, but not so. It pulls out a ton of dead hair without having to apply much pressure. My dog enjoys the massage and I enjoy not having the hair all over the house.
For those that didn't like it, I think they must have been using it incorrectly. This product is FANTASTIC and easily worth $10....more info
- not just for cats and dogs
I have a mini Holland Lops bunny. He has longer fur and this brush is amazing. Yes the bristle area is rather small, but so is my bunny, so it works. There is somewhat of a trick to using the brush efficiently, mostly in the angle as others have said. A word of caution: sometimes the brush will pull fur that isn't exactly loose. He had a couple of small gaps as a result, but otherwise, this is a great product for my purposes....more info
- Shedender No way...
The teeth on the shedender are to small. I used it on my cat and it really didn't do much....more info
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