Combs & brushes for pets
Both you and your pet will benefit from regularly brushing your pet with a quality pet comb. By brushing your pet at least once a week, you will remove loose and excess fur that would otherwise end up on your floors, furniture, clothes – pretty much everywhere. You can save time cleaning and money on those tape-roller-on-a-handle contraptions with this simple trick. Can you imagine what a benefit that would be? In addition to that, there are other benefits as well. Brushing your pet regularly will help distribute naturally occurring oils in her fur, making her coat healthier and more vibrant. Furthermore, brushing will prevent uncomfortable, unsightly mats that will eventually require cutting out if left unkempt if your pet has a thick coat or long hair. Spend a few minutes brushing out your pet today, and you’ll avoid a big headache tomorrow. How do you choose the right pet grooming supplies for your pet, considering all the benefits of regular brushing?
A variety of pet combs are available on the market, each with its own benefits. The Furminator Long Hair deShedding Edge is a popular option for removing the undercoat and loose hair without cutting or damaging the pet’s delicate skin. This is a great product for pets with thick coats. KONG pet ZoomGroom Multi-Use Brush is designed to remove loose hair like a magnet and reduce shedding around the house, especially for heavy shedders. Designed for pets, the Safari Combo Brush distributes natural oils throughout the coat and removes loose hair and debris. You can use Four Paws Ultimate Touch Instant Mat & Tangle Remover on deeply matted fur and get rid of tough tangles, leaving your furry friend looking beautiful once again. The perfect grooming comb technique should be mastered regardless of the grooming comb you choose.
Brush your pet’s fur gently in the direction that it grows.It probably goes without saying, but your pet’s skin is more fragile than you might think.It should be an enjoyable bonding experience for you and your pet to brush each other’s fur.You can start slow with your pet, giving only a few gentle strokes per session if he or she is afraid of the brush.Your four-legged friend will gradually become accustomed to the routine as time is added at a comfortable rate.
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