Sweepstakes Diva

Pet HandHeld Massaging Mitt

on January 17, 2015

pic1We recently received this pet handheld massaging mitt and tried it out on our dogs.  Now anyone who knows me and my family knows that we LOVE our animals and treat them like they are our children too.  We have 2 pugs (Maggie & Daisy) Maggie we got when she was only a few weeks old from a horrible dog breeder that sold her to us because the animal broker would not take her.  Her little body was covered in fleas and she was filthy from living in a kennel.  Daisy we purchased from a family, she was very loved there but they had so many animals and we were really looking for another one.  She is a brindle pug.  She was hurt in an accident a few years ago and had surgery on her two front legs, she can barely use them but has learned to get around pretty well.  We just recently adopted two Boston Terrier mix puppies.  We received them from Oklahoma Boston Terrier Rescue and even though they are puppies and are into everything and tear everything up they have quickly become a very loved part of our family.  So we were super excited to test out this massaging mitt.

It is almost like putting on a baseball mitt.  The back where your hand goes is very soft material and fits anypic4 hand size.  The brush has soft rubber bristles.  There is an adjustable strap on the portion that goes around your wrist to make it adaptable for all hand sizes.  I was able to wear it and so was my five year old daughter just as easily.  So it is very adjustable.  The dogs loved this thing! They were a little nervous about it at first but once we started massaging them with it they quickly warmed up to it.  Now whenever my daughters get the mitt out they come running for their turn with the massaging mitt.  It has become their new favorite for all four dogs.

The materials it is made out of are very sturdy and it is a very well made product.  The rubber on the brushes is very firm and well made. I don’t think it will need to be replaced anytime soon.  The mitt for your hand is very soft and cushiony and feels good on your hand when brushing the dogs.  It’s a great product and I highly recommend.

Here is some additional information from the company:

Is your pet ready for their relaxing grooming session? There is no quicker, easier, cleaner way to remove the loose, dead undercoat, while gaining a shiny top coat, in a matter of minutes.

Brushing the pet’s coat is one of the most important steps in grooming. CLD Brands TM Pet Grooming Glove provides a unique therapeutic grooming experience for your pet. The lightweight mitt contours to the shape of your hand and your pet’s body for extra comfort and fit. The tender brush gently removes mats, tangles and loose hairs while exfoliating the skin and stimulating the scalp for a shinier, healthier coat.

• Ergonomically Designed
• Universal Fit
• Velcro Wrist Strap
• Lightweight

What’s in the package?
• One (1) Pet Grooming Mitt
• Electronic delivery of the Grooming Tips for Your Cat and Dog eBook with shipment confirmation. If by chance you have trouble opening the eBook .pdf file, please contact us and we will resend via email or mail.

Satisfaction Guaranteed
Your satisfaction is our priority. CLD Brands TM is so sure you and your pet will love the grooming mitt that we offer a no hassle, no questions asked money back guarantee.

Buy one for you and one to share

You can purchase them on Amazon for $10.97 (Prime)!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: