Some dogs moult twice a year as the seasons change. Others can shed hair all year round to deal with living in warm homes and not needing their thick winter coats. It ends up on carpets, upholstery and other surfaces around the home. There are many tools designed to reduce the spread of dog hair, but their effectiveness varies.
Ordinary dog groomers all have the same problem: mess.
Some of these dog groomers only remove small amounts of loose, moulting hair. Others strip out healthy hair. Their effectiveness varies, but they all have the same problem. Mess. When you groom your dog the hair goes on the floor, and the bristles constantly need unpicking. You end up cleaning your dog. Then the tool. Then your room.
The Dyson groom tool works differently. It removes loose hair directly from your dog before it’s shed around the home. It then self cleans, sucking hair from the bristles straight into your vacuum.
The Dyson groom tool collects loose and flyaway dog hair during grooming. Simply release the trigger to remove hair from the slicker bristles and into the vacuum. The slicker bristles retract for protection and hygiene when the Dyson groom tool is not in use.
The adjustable slicker bristles on the Dyson groom tool mean it’s suitable for medium and long-haired dogs. It has a universal adaptor to fit most Dyson upright and cylinder vacuum cleaners. Check your machine’s compatibility below.
However, it’s not recommended for use on dogs with a woollen coat, such the Kommodor or Puli. It should only be used on adult dogs.
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