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Post by Radiantpaper on Fri Feb 03 2012, 14:13

Can anyone recommend a good brush for grooming?
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Post by Guest on Fri Feb 03 2012, 14:16

I use a rubber glove (you know, the ones with knobs on one side) & a ladies' hair brush!

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Post by janey on Fri Feb 03 2012, 14:18



I use this kinda rubber brush, not a clue where is came from though!
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Post by steve76 on Fri Feb 03 2012, 15:10

we use a wilkinsons every day value double sided brush, cost about £2
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Post by roxyrocket on Fri Feb 03 2012, 15:28

We also have the cheapo Smile brush from wilkinson and would say it does a good job.
Also like caryll we use rubber gloves to give her a good rub down gets all the loose hair out and she loves it!! Laughing
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Post by linzy on Fri Feb 03 2012, 15:33

We have a rubber mitt brush as well - anything that appears too BRUSHY is just asking for an attack from Violet.
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Post by thepack on Fri Feb 03 2012, 16:57

We have a plastic horse brush that is all nobbly, its great for taking loose hair off the coat but dosent get deep in.

We also have a shedding blade which really strips the dead loose hair out of the coat and leaves them all shiney, plus they love it as it scratches all the itchy bits on the back they cant reach lol!! It dont damage skin either even tho it looks fairly scary!

Plastic horse brush cost about £3 and the shedder was £8

I would reccomend both of them to any one

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Post by Guest on Fri Feb 03 2012, 22:26

this is similar to what i use on Herman. he loves it! Big Grin http://www.amazon.co.uk/Zoom-Groom-Short-Haired-COTZOS/dp/B006OZ2OKY/ref=sr_1_8?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1328307898&sr=1-8

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Post by Bruno_3 on Tue Feb 07 2012, 01:59

I use a leather shammy cloth on bruno and it takes the hairs off great besides putting a lovely shine on the coat besides.

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