Dog Brush

The healthier your dog is the happier your dog is. This means keeping your dog clean and groomed. Consequently, you need high quality dog brushes. Look no further as our dog brushes come in a range of sizes and types, perfectly designed so that you can choose the dog brushes that meets the needs of your dog.

Dog brushes and dog combs come in a wide range of formats. The most popular are slicker brushes, pin brushes, bristle brushes, rakes and detangling combs. The dog brush you chose needs to meet the specific requirements of your dog. The dog brushes described below are all of professional dog grooming brushes standards.

Slicker brushes are very popular and are suitable on most dog coats. They are excellent at removing mats and tangles alongside loose hair and debris such as sticky seeds, without causing discomfort to your dog. Slicker brushes come in a range of sizes to suit the size of your dog. Designed with tightly packed thin wire bristles, the tips of which are angled so you cannot damage your dog’s skin. The dog brushes are specifically designed for dogs with thick hair or curly hair. This includes Huskies, Retrievers, Cocker Spaniels, Bedlington Terriers, Yorkshire Terriers and Schnauzers. If your dog has damaged skin do not use this dog brush until the skin is healed. A slicker dog brush can also be used on cats.
Bristle dog brushes are ideal for dogs that have short coats. Short coated dogs tend to leave a trail of shed hair behind them and these natural bristle dog brushes are ideal to remove this loose hair. They are ideal for Pugs, Jack Russells, Dalmatians, Great Danes and Boxers.
Pin dog brushes are very similar to our own hairbrushes. The brushing pins have little heads on the top which collect up loose hair. They are not designed as a professional brush but are a wonderful accompaniment to a slicker brush or a bristle brush as this dog brush is ideal from finishing off a groom and fluffing up the coat as a final touch. Ideal for thick and double coated dogs that are not prone to matting and knotting such as Schnauzers, Irish Setters and Poodles.

Ultimately, your choice of dog brush will be a personal one. The purpose of your dog brush is to smooth out tangles, resolve and prevent mats and tangles, leaving a coat shiny and beautifully silky. It also massages, stimulating the spread of natural skin oils whilst removing loose hair. Ideally you would have all three professional dog grooming brushes in your dog brushing set alongside a rake and detangling comb.

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