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Oster ShedMonster Review

We’ve all been there before; you come back from work dog-tired (excuse the pun) to find signs of shedding all over your couch and carpets. The amount of time and effort it takes to clean up the mess alone is enough to set you off, but as a pet parent you brush this off as part of the package.

Well, it doesn’t have to be.

Thanks to the ShedMonster, dog lovers everywhere are saying goodbye to messy upholstery. Read on to find out more about this innovative tool and find out if it’ll work for you.

When Should You Use A Deshedding Brush?
Are you tired of constantly vacuuming your dog’s fur from the surfaces around your house? You’re not alone. This is a problem that’s faced by many pet parents around the world, but don’t despair because help is at hand.

No, we’re not talking about using a conventional brush to comb the excess hair away – that takes too long. We’re also not suggesting that you take your dog to the groomer, as the costs of that quickly add up.

Besides, both of these methods offer short-term results, and your dog’s fur always comes back shaggier. Of course, winter weather makes it worse, so we’re glad to have found a tool that works fast and offers long-lasting results.

Introducing the ShedMonster.

What Does The Oster Shedmonster Claim?
The ShedMonster hasn’t been around for long, but it claims to work so well, that you’ll never have to take your dog to the groomers again. It’s a professional grade dog deshedding tool that you can use to reduce shedding by up to 90% or at least that’s what the company says. They make other, very bold claims that the ShedMonster is safe and not harmful to pets in any way. It won’t scratch or cut the skin underneath. Apparently, pets love this tool as well because it’s so gentle that it feels like getting a massage.

Moreover, the ShedMonster comes in two versions. There’s one for short hair dog breeds and another for long-haired breeds. This is part of its appeal because each design is straightforward and easy to use. But, if you have multiple pets, chances are you’ll need to purchase both versions.

What We Liked

  • Offers great value for money
  • Reduces shedding by up to 90%
  • Ergonomically designed with a non-slip handle
  • Made with curved stainless steel teeth
  • Effective but safe
  • According to some reviews, the short hair brush isn’t as effective as advertised
  • Doesn’t come with a self-cleaning hair removal button like other models
Final Thoughts

If you have several dogs or even just one with serious shedding issues, you should try the ShedMonster. If customer reviews are anything to go by, it works as advertised and can significantly reduce shedding. Of course, you may still notice a bit of shedding here and there, but it won’t be as bad as it probably is right now.

We’d be remiss not to mention that ShedMonster is also very well-priced, especially when you consider the value it offers. It’s designed for ease of use, and it’s great for long haired and short haired pets alike.

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