Safari Dog Soft Slicker Brush

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Safari® Dog Soft Slicker Brush

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Description

Featuring stainless steel pins, our Safari Dog Soft Slicker Brush gently removes mats, tangles and loose hair. With regular use, these high-quality slicker brushes will also reduce shedding for a healthy coat and home. The non-slip grip makes grooming easy.

  • Works great on all dog breeds.

  • The stainless steel pins are designed to remove mats and tangles in an effortless way.

  • With frequent use, this product will help maintain a healthy coat.

  • Helps keep your home fur-free. Maintain a cleaner home by keeping your dog's extra hair off your clothes and furniture.

  • Ergonomic no-slip grip handle.

Applications

Works on all coat types. Ideal for everyday use.

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Customer Reviews

char - Nov 7 2016

safari self cleaning slicker brush

I bought this at the Good Dog store on Marthas Vineyard, only negative comment is I paid 20.98 cents and could have purchased this direct at such a better price. However this brush is amazing, I am obsessed with brushing when we come in from outside when I have time. And I am getting ticks in the brush, this is the worst tick season in my area. But this brush is collecting them before they make the bite. Am I getting them all, I am sure I am not, but so far I have caught 10 ticks in the brush, and I have only had for a few days. So yes, I paid more then double at the Good Dog store, but very thankful they had it!!!! The hair does not fly all around the house, and with the push of the button it is gone. I am sold on this brush, and this is the first review I have ever written.

Deborah - Dec 28 2016

Brush does a wonderful job

The brush works really well on my dogs coat. Nice soft and shiny when done. My only issue is cleaning the brush> What do you suggest for the best cleaning method?

Jana - Jul 10 2017

Best brush I've found!

I bought this brush at the Mini Pet Mart in Eugene, OR. I've been looking for a brush for my German Shepherd mix that she will tolerate. This slicker style brush really gets the hair out and has coated tips so it doesn't hurt her skin. For the first time she likes to be brushed and it leaves her coat soft and clean. This one is not self-cleaning but I don't find it hard to clean, just press down and pinch hair while pulling downward in the direction that the wire bristles bend. While brushing, the hair really ends up in the brush, not on the top coat or all over the floor. I rarely write reviews on anything.

Jana - Jul 10 2017

Best brush I've found!

I bought this brush at the Mini Pet Mart in Eugene, OR. I've been looking for a brush for my German Shepherd mix that she will tolerate. This slicker style brush really gets the hair out and has coated tips so it doesn't hurt her skin. For the first time she likes to be brushed and it leaves her coat soft and clean. This one is not self-cleaning but I don't find it hard to clean, just press down and pinch hair while pulling downward in the direction that the wire bristles bend. While brushing, the hair really ends up in the brush, not on the top coat or all over the floor. I rarely write reviews on anything.

Jana - Jul 10 2017

Best brush I've found!

I bought this brush at the Mini Pet Mart in Eugene, OR. I've been looking for a brush for my German Shepherd mix that she will tolerate. This slicker style brush really gets the hair out and has coated tips so it doesn't hurt her skin. For the first time she likes to be brushed and it leaves her coat soft and clean. This one is not self-cleaning but I don't find it hard to clean, just press down and pinch hair while pulling downward in the direction that the wire bristles bend. While brushing, the hair really ends up in the brush, not on the top coat or all over the floor. I rarely write reviews on anything.