The Importance of Pet Grooming:
You can often tell how healthy a dog is by the appearance of its coat. Grooming your dog regularly offers clues to her health: It prevents potential health problems such allergies, poor nutrition, parasites, or diseases. Grooming also makes your dog (and you) comfortable socializing and stops the spread of dirt, fleas, and germs. But perhaps the biggest benefit to grooming your dog yourself is strengthening your bond together. With the Poodle Pet Slicker Brush, you can conveniently groom your dog in the comfort of your home.
Excellent Features Include:
· Coated Tips
· Angled Bristles
· Ultra Comfort, Lightweight Design
· Rotating Head
· Economical Price
SLICKER BRUSH PERFECT FOR GROOMING OF YOUR DOG’S UNDERBELLY: The head of the brush conveniently reaches deep into your pet’s fur from all angles while the handle features anti-slip rubber and a convenient hole for easy hook storage.
USE POODLE PET’S PET GROOMING TOOL ON DOGS AND CATS: The primary purpose of this slicker brush is to get rid of any debris, loose hair mats, and knots in the fur. It is rectangular in shape and has fine wire bristles packed tightly together. Each wire bristle is angled slightly to prevent scratches to the skin
COATED TIPS PREVENT SCRATCHES: Each stainless steel pin is topped with a plastic tip to eliminate any discomfort. Brush easily, knowing that your pet will not get hurt. Even the most sensitive dogs and cats tolerate Poodle Pet Slickers
THE FINE, WIRE PINS REACH INTO THE UNDERCOAT TO REMOVE LOOSE HAIR. Regular use deters matting and helps tidy the hair. If you come across a mat, brush the mat in different directions to loosen the mat until you can brush through it. Be careful not to pull the hair.
IF YOUR POOCH HAS CURLY HAIR OR A DOUBLE COAT, the slicker brush is your best friend. Brush your pup’s coat from the surface to the end of the hair with the slicker brush. Be careful not to scrape the wires on the skin. You are working out the dead hair. If your pup has medium to long hair, lift the hair as you brush out toward the end of the hai