That's what my line of thinking was. I looked at their website and saw how much fur was being taken out and wondered what the pets would look like after multiple uses. Eeep.Someone here (labby maybe?) mentioned that it breaks the coat. I also read on another board that it will take out too much hair and leave bald spots if over used.
Honestly, I've found a Zoom Groom and comb work the best.
Can I come over ? Even I enjoy the sound of that and I'm not moulting !I really like the one we bought. I did not use it when they were little but once Abbey and Coco got to be about 6 months old I started using it regularly. It is very warm where we live so they started to shed in April or so. I do not push down hard; just run it gently and it does get out much of the loose hair. I go over them a couple of times until the hair coming out is less and less. They love it because it helps get rid of the itchy, loose hair. Then I go over them head to toe with a pin brush and curry brush. The last once gives them a massage of sorts and they both just relax and enjoy.
The one I bought has a yellow head for larger dogs. That is another reason I didn't use it when they were little. The curry brush and pin brush did a fine job on the little pups.