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Paw Brothers Double Sided Flex Slicker Brush - (Firm - Small)

$13.50
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Product Description

This double-sided slicker brush makes it easier than ever to remove old, loose undercoat from your dog and to gently untangle mats. When one side is full of hair, you can simply flip it over and keep working, saving you time. The "firm" designation means that there is some flexibility to the brush, to follow the pet's natural curves but less than flex brushes with a "soft" designation. This reduces hand and wrist strain while still providing enough resistance for thicker coats. The ergonomic, non-slip handle decreases hand and wrist strain for big grooming jobs. Perfect for small dogs with medium to thick coats.

Product Benefits:

  • Stainless steel pins
  • Rounded edges that won't catch fur
  • Non-slip grip
  • Mildly flexible, to follow the pet's natural body curves
  • Two heads for less-frequent stopping to empty brush of hair
Max's Review

My human has one of these for me in a bigger size. It's great because he can brush me for a while with one side of the brush, then turn it over and brush for a while with the other side. He doesn't have to stop as often to pull fur out of the brush, and that makes for a better massage for me and less overall time spent brushing for him. I'm going to see if my neighbor will get one this size to use on my little buddy next door.

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