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Super Soft Slicker Brush

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  • Vista Super Soft Slicker Brush is designed to remove dead hair and reduce shedding
  • Features extra soft bristles for your pet's comfort
  • Ultra-fine, stainless steel bristles
  • Comfort-grip handle
  • Three different sizes to choose from
Description
Vista Super Soft Slicker Brush is designed to remove dead hair and reduce shedding. This brush features extra soft bristles for your pet's comfort. Brush your pet's coat at least weekly to maintain a healthy coat. Mini has a bristle pad size of 2" x 1.5" and is perfect for puppies, small dogs and cats. Small has a bristle pad size of 3" x 1.375" and is perfect for small dogs. Medium has a bristle pad size of 4" x 1.75" and is perfect for medium to large dogs.
Specs
Mini Bristle Pad:Measures 2" x 1.5"
Small Bristle Pad: Measures 3" x 1.375"
Medium Bristle Pad: Measures 4" x 1.75"
Instructions
General Directions: Use brush once per week at minimum to maintain your pet's healthy coat.

Poodles: Dead hair does not readily fall out of their coats. That's why it is important that poodles be brushed two or three times a week. Their coats should be brushed to the skin to avoid deep matting.

Terriers: – (West Highland White, Airedale, Miniature Schnauzer, Wire Fox, Cairn, Kerry Blue) – First brush in the direction of hair growth, then against it to remove mats and tangles.

Dogs with long flowing coats: – (Lhasa Apso, Afghan, Irish Setter, etc.) – 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.

Dogs with harsh outer coats and soft wooly under-coats – (Sheepdogs, Collies, Shepherds, etc.) – 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 stroke so that not too much undercoat is removed.

Cats: – To prevent hairballs, short-haired cats need to be brushed every few days. Long-haired cats should be brushed daily, especially during shedding periods. Using short light strokes, brush the coat against the direction of hair growth. To smooth the coat, brush in the direction of hair growth.
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