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

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This small, double-sided slicker brush with extra firm pins makes it easier than ever to remove old, loose undercoat from your small dog or cat and to gently untangle mats. When one side is full of hair, you can simply flip it over and keep working, saving you time and preserving your pet's patience. The ergonomic, non-slip handle decreases hand and wrist strain for big grooming jobs. Perfect for small dogs or cats with thick undercoats.

Product Benefits:

  • Stainless steel pins
  • Rounded edges that won't catch fur
  • Non-slip grip
  • Slightly flexible, to follow your pet's natural curves
  • Two heads for less-frequent stopping to empty brush of hair
  • Extra firm pins with small heads for small, thick-furred or heavily-undercoated dogs and cats
Max's Review

I have a Chow buddy. He has a real thick undercoat that gets tangled easily. He used to get a lot of mats, and then he wouldn't want to play with me as much because they pulled on his skin. His human got this brush in a bigger size for his body and this one for some hard to reach places under his legs and where he needed more focused brushing, like behind his ears. My buddy feels a lot better now, and we can run and play at the park together again.

Fancy's Review

One of my housemates is a Siamese cat with long, beautiful fur. Usually she looks and feels lovely, but sometimes she gets mats in her fur, and then she's quite unhappy. Our human has this brush and uses it to gently get the tangles out and smooth out her fur. Everyone in our home is happier after that, knowing my friend feels better.

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