If used properly, the slicker brush is completely and safe for use on your pet. There are a few points that need to be bared in mind before using this brush. Firstly, pressure our key. The main danger with this type of brush is that, as it has very fine and sharp bristles, is scratching the skin.
A flea comb has very finely spaced teeth that can remove fleas and their eggs from the dog's coat. Be sure to clean the comb in a bowl of soap water after each pass through your dog's coat. This will remove any fleas from the comb and dispose of them in soapy water. They can be used to control shedding. These are used to remove tangles and matted fur from the coat.
They have sharp, wide-spaced teeth designed to untangle the hair. Be careful when using this particular type because you can easily hurt your dog's skin with sharp teeth. Try to hold the hair from the roots when you are detangling the matted fur, if not it hurts your dog when you are combing through the mats.
For all coat dogs
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