Groomers Helper Advances ActiVet Brush Line, Debuts ActiVac


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Groomers Helper, the North American distributor for ActiVet, has introduced the ActiVac vacuum attachment tool to the U.S. market. Designed for dogs, cats and horses, the ActiVac will remove hair, dust, dander, parasites and other debris, depending on which of the multiple blades and combs are used. It is also effective on upholstery, car seats, clothes and other surfaces. The ActiVac system incorporates a push-button technique into the vacuuming process that allows the user to clear the blade or comb the second it needs cleaning, for effective and efficient use.

Also, Groomers Helper has formed two new distribution alliances for the ActiVet line. Cherrybrook Pet Supplies will offer the full line on its website, in its retail stores and at the professional dog show events it covers every season. Additionally, Senproco will offer the products through its Groomer’s Choice catalog and website. 

“Cherrybrook has a stellar reputation on the professional dog show circuit and the general market that is unmatched, and our new partners at Groomer’s Choice have a customer service level that has raised the bar in the industry,” said Chuck Simons, owner of Groomers Helper and inventor of the pet safety and positioning system for groomers. “By adding in ActiVet, the premiere grooming brush line for professionals, we are going to have these remarkable time saving brushes on every grooming table in America, right next to the Groomers Helper.”

 

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