-Effective moulting tool -Perfect for heavy-coated breeds -Effectively removes loose fur from the undercoat
We use these brushes on our spaniels who sometimes get knots around their ears and on our Labradors to really get to their undercoat.
To use the rake, gently brush the hair in the direction of the fur growth. The teeth of the rake will slide into the undercoat, pulling away loose hairs. To ensure your dog has an enjoyable grooming session, start gently. If your dog enjoys grooming, more pressure can be applied to remove more fur. Pause or end the grooming session if your dog becomes agitated.
Grooming tips: Grooming is a wonderful way to bond with your dog, but dogs that are new to grooming should be introduced to it slowly. Begin grooming sessions when your dog is relaxed, if possible, after they have exercised. Use tools gently and avoid tugging on the skin or on knots or mats. Give your dog plenty of reassurance throughout the grooming session. Pause or end the grooming session if your dog becomes agitated or shows signs of stress. Keep grooming sessions brief to begin with, and increase the length of the sessions as your dog becomes used to grooming.