Used to remove deep embeded and loose hair from your dog's coat. Begin raking at the neck with the lie of the hair concentrating on one area at a time. Work your way slowly over your dog's coat. Ideal for long or double coated dog breeds.
|Type of Hair Coat||Recommended Brush Type||Brushing Direction|
|Short, smooth coats (most Retrievers, Hounds, Chihuahuas, etc.)||Soft to medium bristle brush with short, closely spaced bristles||With the coat’s grain|
|Short, wiry coats (Terriers, etc.)||Firm bristle brush with short, closely spaced bristles; and a slicker brush||With the coat’s grain|
|Medium to long flowing coats (Golden Retrievers, Spaniels, Setters, Lhasa Apso, etc.)||Soft to medium bristle brush with long, medium- to wide-spaced bristles; a wire-pin brush; and a slicker brush for mats and tangles||With the coat’s grain|
|Harsh, outer coats with soft, woolly undercoats (Sheepdogs, Collies, Shepherds, Chows, Pomeranians, etc.)||Firm bristle brush with long, wide-spaced bristles; a wire-pin brush; and a slicker brush for tangles and mats||With the grain — outer coat; Against the grain–under coat|
|Thin, delicate coats (Yorkies, Maltese, etc.)||Wire-pin brush; and a soft slicker brush for tangles and mats||With and against the coat’s grain