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Brushing

Routine brushing is the most important step in coat and skin care.  The choice of brush will depend on your dog's coat type. Good brushing technique with the correct brush distributes the skin's natural oils for a healthier and shinier coat. Brushing separates topcoat while removing undercoat reducing shedding and preventing matting. A well cared for coat is more comfortable for your best friend and certainly enhances his social standing! Most coated breeds will require a slicker brush for best results. You must part the coat and brush from the skin out in layers. As shown in the image to the left. Otherwise your best friend may end up with horrible matting that must be shaved from his skin like the poor dog whose matted coat created a pile as large as the dog itself, as shown in the image to the right. Read Karla's article to learn more about the tools and techniques you need to properly care for your dog's coat.

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    Doggyman Slicker Brush Small

    The Doggyman Slicker Brush Small is Karla's Favorite brush for everyday use in the salon on toy and small size breeds, and faces of coated breeds. The softer bristle pad makes this brush a good choice for pet parents to use at home between salon visits. Purr-fect for cats too. Learn More
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    Doggyman Slicker Brush Large

    The Doggyman Slicker Brush Large is Karla's Favorite brush for everyday use in the salon. The softer bristle pad makes this brush a good choice for pet parents to use at home between salon visits. Learn More

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