Slicker Brushes

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  1. gaddylovesdogs

    gaddylovesdogs no touchy

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    I just bought one yesterday at PetSmart. My oldest sister has one for her lopeared rabbit, and when Tizzy sheds, she REALLY sheds. That brush always gets the hair off, and I used it a few times on the girls. Spring is here and they're shedding like crazy, so I needed a good brush to get the loose hair off. Works great!! The little curry comb works good, too.
     
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    Ash47 Taco Dog

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    Yea slicker brushes are miracle workers! They aid in the hair lying down the the skin when it is staticky and gets a lot of dead fur out. Great tool to have.
     
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    gaddylovesdogs no touchy

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    With other brushes, when grooming my Border Collie, the fur would always blow in my face. The slicker brush gets it all instead of my mouth, LOL!! The girls love the feel, too....'specially Colby, my terrier mix.
     
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    Oh! Oh!....I need one of those. Thanx for the tip.
     
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    I got mine for $5.99 at PetSmart, they should have them at Petco too. Works WONDERFULLY!!!
     

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