Hello Mutineers! If you’ve followed us here on the website or on social media sites like Instagram and Facebook, you know that I like to share the things we actually use around Mutiny Ranch. Since our interests are diverse these items range from animal care to gardening implements but also footwear and kitchen gadgets. No matter what the item is though if we recommend it here then we personally own and use it or have researched it enough to have it on our “wishlist”.
Mutiny Ranch Item of the Day (3/20/2021) is the Hands-On Pet Grooming Gloves. In honor of the first day of spring and all those critters starting to shed their winter coats I bring you my very favorite grooming gloves. It’s a great time to grab a pair because they’re 24% off right now…just click this link.
My good friend, Jill Sessa (aka Auntie Jill to the animals here at Mutiny Ranch), gifted us a pair of these gloves a couple of years ago during one of her stays with us. Let me tell you…these have been one of the best gifts ever! Surprisingly durable and easy to use I quickly learned that I could groom all the animals in a short amount of time. Of course, I could also slow down and take my time…but if time was short these did a great “express” job as well.
You might have noticed (if you follow us on Instagram especially) that pretty much all the animals like to roll in the mud. These Hands-On Grooming Gloves work great as a two-handed curry comb. Fletcher and Miti, our pot-belly pigs, also approve of them as belly scratchers. And they’ve come in handy when the dogs start to shed too. I think you get a better feel for how much pressure to apply than most grooming impliments because of the glove design, so you can lighten up on those sensitive, bony parts as necessary.
I can’t thank Jill enough for this lovely gift. Now, everyone can get groomed even when time is short. We cherish all the time we can spend with the rescues here at Mutiny Ranch and grooming is one of the best ways we can create a bond with them.
As always, we sincerely appreciate it when you use our links to make purchases through Amazon. As a Amazon Affiliates, we may earn a small commission from your purchase at no cost to you. This money goes toward our rescue animals’ upkeep as well as to help assist the rescues of other animals.