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Types of Dog Grooming Brushes and Their Uses


Types of grooming brushes

Foreword

Pet dogs are as good as your family members.  The owner must understand the grooming needs of his pet.  Dogs are subject to several issues about hair, skin, and coat.  A healthy and shiny coat enhances the value of your pet. There are several brush types available in the market.  However, their use depends on the breed type and specific requirements suited to the pet. While the use of a brush for the pet’s fur is more common, special brushes for cleaning teeth, skin, and feet are also worth using. Pets enjoy while the masters groom them in any way and thus cooperate reasonably in the maintenance process. 

The brushes and grooming accessories are readily available online at a reasonable cost, and a pet owner can buy them with home delivery options.  

Brush Types

Many types of dog grooming brushes are available depending upon the purpose and requirement of the pet owner.  Accordingly, the owner can make an informed decision to buy an appropriate tool.   

A slicker brush is useful to groom the coat.  It has thin wire pins attached to a curved head. The brush is useful to remove loose hair and detangle the fur.

Pin Brush has wire pins tipped with rubber or plastic endings.  This brush is useful for a pet having long silky hair.

Shedding Blade is a horse-shoe shaped comb with small harmless teeth. 

A Bristle Brush with small bristles is suitable for regular maintenance and removal of debris.  It maintains good shining of the fur. 

The Undercoat Rake has longer pins and is applicable for longer hair.

A FURminator is a useful tool for de-shading with a button to release the collected fur.

You can use Paw brushes to clean the claws and pads of your pet.  These brushes are available with different shapes and sizes.  

The Safari Pin and Bristle Brush is best for all hair types. The brush is available in medium and large sizes.  Interestingly, it is double-sided and has a handy grip.

The Safari Stainless Steel Shedding Blade is a dual-sided tool best for short-coated dogs, and light pressure is sufficient.  It is useful for breeds like Boxers, Labradors, and Beagles. 

Kong ZoomGroom is an excellent tool to cleanse and massage the dog’s fur gently. With its rubber bristles, it does not harm the pet.  

SUMMARY

Using an appropriate brush for grooming a pet can be based on individual choices and requirements.  However, it is essential to periodically and regularly keep your pet’s coat clean and shining.  It ensures the good health of your pet.  Brush grooming is best after giving wash to your pet using an appropriate recommended soap.  The grooming improves the general health of the pet and significantly strengthens the relationship of the pet with the caretaker.  It has an incredible impact on the loyalty and service performance of the pet.  

Organizations like International Animal Welfare are uniting the Vets to help raise animal welfare standards worldwide.  They have a commitment to improving the living standards of the animals and enhancing the relationship between humans and animals.  

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