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Description

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Designed with a sturdy ergonomic handle to easily remove mats while pulling out dead hair. Brushing your dog stimulates the skin to promote healthy circulation and increase shine. Developed for dogs over 45 lbs.

  • - Soft-curvy-side lifts dirt & dust for gentle, effective grooming
  • - Both sides stimulate & massage skin, which promotes healthy circulation
  • - Ideal for all coat types

Specifications

  • SKU

    2284553

  • Primary Brand

    Four Paws

  • Days to Ship

    Ships Next Business Day

Additional Features

  • Line

    Magic Coat

  • Size

    Small

Item Dimensions

  • Length

    4 IN

  • Height

    3 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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