I don’t know about your pet family, but I have a pretty big collection of pet brushes (I counted over 10). I’m always on the lookout for the perfect one, and with having both short and long-haired pets, I usually need some different types. Along with that, I have about five different tools for cleaning fur off furniture and clothes, and I even have a tool for pet massage (that no one ever really liked). Nothing ever works quite as well as I want it to.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Furbliss. However, Wag ‘n Woof Pets only shares about products we have tried and believe in. All opinions are our own.
Furbliss™ – A Pet Brush and more!
When offered the chance to try the new multi-function Furbliss silicone brush, of course I wanted to; especially since it does all of things I listed above – brushes, massages, and removes lint and fur from furniture and clothing!
The Furbliss brush was designed and developed in Switzerland, and is made in the USA with 100% medical grade silicone. There is no sharp metal and it provides a relaxing and comforting massage as you brush your pet. Daily brushing can keep your pet’s coat clean and shiny, and it also stimulates their circulation, joints, and muscles.
“The no fuss brush™”
Furbliss is easy to clean, you can rinse it under warm water or even put it in your washing machine or dishwasher! I had one brush I was using on Cricket last summer and it got quite dirty. I wanted to wash it and soaked it in the sink. Because it was metal, it ended up rusting! That is definitely not acceptable to me, I like to keep our brushes clean. While the silicone of this brush attracts the fur, it also removes easily as you go along.
This brush can be used wet or dry. There are two sides to it. One side can be used to gently brush and massage your pet daily. It helps with deshedding and cleans the skin and coat by gently removing dirt and dander. The other side can also be used for deshedding, massaging, and even bathing (it holds 2 ounces of shampoo). That side is also for removing fur and lint from furniture, clothing, and auto interiors.
Most importantly, what did our canine and feline crew think? They really seemed to enjoy the gentle brushing and massaging. Luke does not care for a lot of handling and touching with any kind of tool, but he seemed to relax and enjoy it.
Samantha stayed a little more still than she usually does for brushing….
…..and Cricket just wanted to kiss me, instead of trying to squirm away like she usually does.
I think it’s a very nice way to bond with your pet and can be relaxing for both of you. I am apt to brush them more often when I know they’re enjoying it, so I can too.
Furbliss comes in four different colors – one for each type of pet:
- Blue is for short-haired cats and small breed dogs.
- Green is for long-haired cats and small breed dogs.
- Yellow is for short-haired medium and large breed dogs.
- Red is for long-haired medium and large breed dogs.
Now we can cover all our needs with just three brushes that are easy to store and clean!
You can learn more about Furbliss on their website and social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
GROOVY GOLDENDOODLES says
OMDoodle – I missed this contest! So bummed, would love one of these brushes. They look amazing. I would want to use it in the tub when I’m trying to get all that beach sand out of Jax’s coat.
Thanks for doing this review – will definitely have to order a few.
You’re welcome, so sorry you missed your chance at the giveaway! We haven’t tried this brush in the bath yet, but I think it would really be great for that.
Dianne H. says
Not sure if we can comment again on a different day? Yes, I do brush my girl every day. She has an undercoat that seems endless during her shedding season. Her top coat is long hair. Brushing her every day is good for her skin and her coat. Fortunately, she has enjoyed being brushed since we adopted her (as an adult dog), so no added stress for either of us.
Dianne H. says
Oops, forgot to mention my color of Furbliss. My girl is still long haired and medium sized, so my answer is still red 🙂
You can comment as many times as you like (we love comments!!), but I think you only get one entry for doing so. 🙂
I am so glad that your girl enjoys being brushed – it makes things so much easier! Our late golden was so fidgety….and if I did get her to settle down for brushing, I could only ever get one side! 🙂
Yes, I really truly DO brush my girl daily. She’s a 9 year old Border Collie that we adopted from a breed rescue 4 years ago. I am currently using the hand-me-down brushes from our previous dogs (who are waiting at the Bridge). That includes a brush with a broken handle (duct-taped to keep the pieces together) and a wooden handled slicker brush with teeth marks (from our only puppy) on the handle. My girl is medium sized and has long hair, so we are hoping to win the red Furbliss. Paws crossed here! That brush is seriously cool.
It sounds like you really need this, Dianne. Good luck in the giveaway!
Sandy Weinstein says
i try to brush my girls feathers and beards everyday. they have short hair and dont shed. the feather and long beards attract food and get tangles if i dont brush them.
Keeping those beards clean is great motivation! 🙂
Sand spring Chesapeake says
I like those kind of brushes in the shower. My gang would take the yellow brush even know green is my favorite color.
I’m going to try using it next time we do baths, I think Luke might like that.
We’d love to try the blue! No metal parts is a bonus!
I do brush them daily and I would love the blue one.
Theresa Spaid says
Shunta is long hair and needs to be brushed every day. We like the red one
Linda Szymoniak says
I’d need yellow for my dogs but blue for my cats. I like to try to brush them daily, but lately it’s been hard to keep that up since I’ve had a couple of dogs with medical issues that take a lot of time to care for them. I think I’d be more likely to brush them daily with a brush like this.
So sorry to hear you’re having to deal with that. Even when we had our golden retriever, who should have been brushed every day, I was a slacker. Then once she got cancer, there was so much else to think about too. Plus I hated to add any stress to her since she didn’t really love being brushed. We all just do the best we can with what we have to deal with, right?
Those work well for our kitties. Not sure why, we only get like half your posts in our emails. This one we didn’t get. So weird!
It is weird, and I don’t understand it. I’ve looked at all my settings, and I get the one I send to myself every day. But I don’t think you’re the only one not getting them all. I just have such a long list of blog maintenance things I need to do! It’s overwhelming sometimes; and making changes like that can be so time consuming, plus so much can go wrong!
The Daily Pip says
I love that the different brushes are color coded. We would probably need the blue or the green. Hopefully the blue would also work on our bunny Lulu.
I love that you brush your bunny too! And I’ve now been saying this brush would be good for “all furry pets”!
The Island Cats says
The mom is always on the lookout for a good brush for Zoey. This one just might fit the bill!
Sam always feels so soft after I brush her with this, and she really does seem to be better about it.
Monika & Sam says
That looks like a clever set of brushes. I’d opt for the red one for the poodles.
I do not brush Honey daily but I really should. She loves it so much. And loose hair is a real mess on the boat.
This looks like such a soft kind of grooming tool. Currently, I only have a comb and a Furminator which seem to be more like work.
Oh, and Honey would need a red brush.
When I used to brush Sheba, I only wanted to do it when I could take her outside and let the fur fly on the deck, not in the house…so I can see not wanting to do it on your boat, which is basically “in the house” for you!
I think this brush just seems so much gentler than some of those metal ones.
Brian Frum says
We are big fans of brushing here, really big fans!
I heard it’s enjoyed very much around there!!
Barbara Murray says
I have multiple brushes for my dogs in addition to various ones for my clients’ animals. I’ve never tried this brand before, but after reading your post, I think I will. Thanks for the review.
Roby Sweet says
This post is right on time! No kidding, I woke up this morning thinking I should get some kind of silicone brush for our Layla, so maybe she would tolerate brushing a little better. 🙂
Ask and you shall receive. LOL. I think this brush is so much gentler and my crew seems to like that.
I have a blue one and it works still great… even when I prefer the hairbrush of the mama… she always rolls her eyes because it was eggs-pensive, but sharing is caring, right?
Absolutely right!! 🙂