Best Tools to Use for Grooming Your Dog!

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Best Tools to Use for Grooming Your Dog!

Spring is upon us, which means it is also time for spring cleaning. If you own a dog, you are bound to find dog fur everywhere. Rover-Time has recommendations for the best tools to use for grooming your dog! Rover-Time is also offering to help de-shed your dog for you – contact us at support@rover-time.com to find out more!

FURminator Undercoat Deshedding Tool – Helps to remove excessive hair

  • Works for long or short-haired dogs
  • Can reduce shedding by 90%
  • Easy to use! 
  • The FURejector button releases hair making clean-up a breeze

Mr. Peanut’s Pet Grooming Glove Brush – Need a hand to remove the fur?

  • Super easy to use
  • Washable 
  • Lifetime warranty 
  • Good for long or short-haired dogs
  • The company donates a percentage of its proceeds to animal welfare

Bamboo Groom Palm-Held Brush for Pets – Got a scared pup? Try this gentle brush. 

  • Gentle, your pet will think they are being petted
  • Good for long or short-haired dogs
  • Perfect size for easy storage

Furbliss Dog Brush – Perfect for bathtime grooming! 

  • Great for shorthaired dogs
  • Can be used in the bath
  • Easy to clean
  • Gives the dog a little massage while grooming

Hertzko Self Cleaning Slicker Brush – You had me at “self-cleaning”

  • Detangles knots and fur clumps
  • Works on cats and dogs
  • Super comfortable for pets while working out knots
  • Self-cleaning

Evercare – Lint Roller – Because no matter what, there will always be dog hair on our clothes. 

  • Comfy handle and reusable outer cover. 
  • Works on a variety of surfaces
  • Works like a charm to catch lint/fur

Looking for more tips and tricks for your pet?
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Zoe Sjogerman is the North-East manager for Rover-Time and has been part of the RT team for four years. When she isn’t walking dogs she is the executive director of Avalanche Theatre and an avid book reader. She lives on the north-side of Chicago with her husband and new dog George Bailey. 

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