Safari Soft Slicker Brush-Small

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Regular grooming of your pet's coat will keep it clean and healthy, and time spent in this activity is worthwhile- providing a great pleasure for owner and pet alike.

Dogs with long, flowing coats such as Shih Tzu, Maltese, Lhasa Apso, etc- Layer the hair by parting in to sections. Brush one section at a time in long, gentle strokes that continue beyond the ends of the hair. This will avoid breaking the hair.

Dogs with harsh outer coats and woollen undercoats such as Pomeranian, Pekinese, Shetland Sheepdog etc- The volume of hair on these breeds makes matting and tangling more prevalent. Brush the coat at least once a week. Work on a small area at a time, parting the hair as you go. Brush in the direction the hair grows, taking care to brush gently so that not too much of the undercoat is removed. Pay close attention to the areas where matting usually occurs: behind the ears, on the loins, and under the legs.

Poodles- Because poodles have very curly coats in which dead hairs can be trapped and matted, they need to be brushed more frequently than other breeds. Their coats should be brushed from the skin to the tips of the hairs. Parting the hair as you brush makes it easier. Thick coats should be brushed twice. Once in the direction the hair grows, and once gently in the opposite direction to fluff the hair.

Terriers and Schnauzers- Brush first in the direction that the hair grows. Then brush in the opposite direction to remove mats.


  • Removes tangles, mats and loose hair
  • Coated pins for gentle grooming
  • stainless steel pins
  • Quality guaranteed
  • Safari by Coastal
  • Size is small
  • Brush head size is approximately 6cm x 4cm
  • Handle is approximately 11cm in length
  • Soft, small slicker brush