Magic Coat Professional Series Medium/Large Slicker Brush for Dogs, 5" L X 7" W X 3.5" H

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Magic Coat Professional Series Medium/Large Slicker Brush for Dogs, 5" L X 7" W X 3.5" H

$12.69reg $19.99
Size: 
Medium
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Description

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The Magic Coat Professional Series features premium multi-purpose pet grooming tools for a salon-like experience right at home. Each Magic Coat Professional Series Slicker Brush is desgined with fine wire bristles that gently lift and capture excess hair while increasing shine for a lustrous coat. They also include a sturdy ergonomic handle and thumb grip, offering ultimate comfort and control while grooming your best friend. These dog brushes for grooming are ideal for medium, long, curly, and wiry coats.

  • - REDUCES SHEDDING - Dog slicker brush effectively captures and removes excess hair
  • - STIMULATES COAT'S NATURAL OILS - Soft dog brush increases shine for a healthy, lustrous coat
  • - ERGONOMIC DESIGN - Pet slicker brush features an easy-hold handle and thumb grip for comfort and control
  • - COAT TYPES - Ideal for medium, long, curly, and wiry coats
  • - WIDER HEAD - Pet grooming brush specially designed for medium and large dogs

Specifications

  • SKU

    2284529

  • Primary Brand

    Magic Coat

  • Days to Ship

    Ships Next Business Day

Additional Features

  • Size

    Medium

Item Dimensions

  • Length

    5 IN

  • Height

    3.5 IN

  • Width

    7 IN

Working on a small section at a time, part the hair to the skin and brush in the direction of hair growth. It is important to use a light stroking action to allow the pins to ease through the coat. Thumb pad will help to guide. Medium coats & wiry coats - Start by brushing in the direction of the hair growth, then against it to remove mats and tangles.Long coats - Brush in the direction of hair growth, parting the layers. Use a light stroke which goes beyond the end of the hair to avoid breakage.Curly coats - Dead hair does not readily fall out of their coats. It is important that curly coats be brushed two or three times a week. Their coats should be brushed to the skin to avoid deep matting.

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