KONG ZoomGroom, Dog Grooming Toy, Boysenberry

Product Description
Zoomgroom is the best grooming and shampooing available. Removes loose like a magnet, stimulates capillaries and natural oil production for healthy skin and coats. Zoomgroom brushes are effective for all dogs and coat types. “Groomassage” your with the Zoomgroom. Regular grooming with Zoomgroom effectively reduces shedding.

  • Best grooming and shampooing brush available
  • Removes like a magnet
  • Stimulates capillaries and natural oil production
  • Effective for all dogs and coat types
  • Made in the USA with Natural Rubber

KONG ZoomGroom, Dog Grooming Toy, Boysenberry

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  1. I have a terrier mix… HIs hair is white and fine and medium in length and he sheds like crazy. I foolishly bought the zoom groom impulsively from the groomer, and found that it’s much cheaper on Amazon. I like the zoom groom for the most part, it does get a lot of excess hair off my dog, and I agree with other reviews that this probably has something to do with the static that the brush creates… You can actually hear the static on the dog while I’m brushing him. But, his hair is short enough that it doesn’t really collect on the brush… It flies everywhere!! While I’m brushing him it looks like a cloud of hair which lands all over the place. His black nose was covered with white hair, my clothes were covered with white hair, his collar was covered, and of course the carpeting! It’s too bad it’s 10 below right now, because this brush is definitely better suited to use outdoors (the birds would have a field day!) All that being said, brushing him once and vaccuuming it up, is better then constantly having to de-fuzz all my clothes.

    I should also note that after reading amazing things about the Furminator brush I decided to purchase that as well… I don’t find that it gets as much hair off the dog as the zoom groom, it takes longer, and my dog doesn’t seem to like it… He gets really wiggly and tries get away. With the zoom groom he moves around so i brush him in different spots and seems to relax and really enjoy the brushing… This would of course depend on the individual dog, but I think the Furminator is too stiff and rigid for Pete and probably feels uncomfortable.

    All that being said, I would recommend the zoom groom, but bewared of a big hairy mess! And if anyone has any other brush recommendations for a dog with this type of hair, please share!!! 🙂
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. I just adopted a Rottie mix and I needed to get her a brush. I asked a PetCo groomer what type she recommended and she pointed me to the Zoom Groom. Looking at the rubber brush and the corny dog face shape, I was more than skeptical about buying it. However, I decided to give it a try and it was the best decision ever! This rubber brush removes hair that I didn’t even know existed on my dog. Within the first 5 minutes, it had removed more hair than I had with other brushes in over a week. I think it’s best used outside because the hair doesn’t stick very well to the brush, but I’ve used it inside and just pick up the hair clumps as I go. Definitely recommend it!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I have the SWEETEST goldendoodle puppy. She is 4 months old and is nearly the perfect dog already. One of the very few challenges I’ve had is brushing her. She simply would NOT tolerate it. And if I could get her to stop biting for 2 seconds, the slicker brush pulled out all of her adorable curl. I figured I’d give this thing a try considering I’m facing a lifetime of fighting this fight with her. Holy cow. At first she reacted like she did with the regular brushes (i tried 3 kinds) but after a couple of minutes she was laying on her side so that I could Zoom Groom her. Hallelujah! I won’t be living life with a matted, scruffy doodle.

    Many of the reviewers said that the hair goes everywhere. This was not my experience at all. it collected on the Zoom Groom and I just pulled it off. Another good reason to switch from a slicker brush, I don’t get stabbed when trying to clean it off. Can’t WAIT to try this in a bath.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. We used the Zoom-Groom at a self-serve dog wash place, but only to wash, not to groom. It works great to wash a dirty, long-haired dog and you don’t wear your fingers out scrubbing. Even my 4-year old was able to hold and use it. Don’t know how it performs for grooming though. I suspect not well just from my experience with many different brush types.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. 99.9% of the hair went everywhere, especially on the floor, and hardly any stuck to the zoom groom. I’d rather use another brush and have the hair on the brush then have to spend forever vacuuming & cleaning up the horrible mess of hair the zoom groom causes.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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