Our exclusive Master Grooming Tools™ Flexible Slicker Brushes give you the flexibility you need to deliver superior grooming results without sacrificing your hands and wrists in the process. Flexible handles produce less stress on your hands and wrists than traditional fixed slicker brushes. Flexible brushes conform to the contour of the animal.
Soft, hard and extra firm brushes have different colors to make them easily distinguishable. Available in a single or double brush and with soft, hard or extra firm handles.
- Smaller, single-sided brushes are ideal for smaller pets
- Single brush: 8" L x 1.75" W ( cm)
- Larger, double-sided brushes are best for larger dogs
- Double brush: 8" L x 4" W ( cm)
- Hard brush style (teal or blue) is designed for tough mats
- Soft brush style (Purple) is great for lighter jobs
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- June 7, 2013
I love these brushes and most important my dog loves to be brushed. It was always a fight to brush her but not anymore.
- January 19, 2013
To be fair, I'm trying to find a brush my cat will like. She doesn't hate this one...we're up to 1.5 minutes before she runs away ;-)
- November 4, 2014
I like the handle, especially while dealing with a cat who hates being brushed. We have a Furminator for our long-haired Siberian. I wanted to try this one to see if she if she would tolerate it better. She seems to so I do use it, however it does nothing if you want to remove loose hair. This could be my mistake because maybe that's not what a slicker brush is for. So overall, disappointed because even though our cat doesn't hate it as much, it's pointless for removing loose fur.
Customer Service response:February 20, 2015 - Slicker brushes are primarily of use to smooth out matted pet hair, but generally ill suited to removing the loose fur. For that, a bristle-style brush is the best way to finish out grooming.