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FURminator Firm Slicker Brush

$19.99
Regularly: $22.99
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Product Summary:

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FURminator Firm Slicker Brush
 
Ideal for medium, long and curly coats to remove surface mats and tangles without damaging the coat.  Features straight bristles on one side and bent bristles on the other side.  Dual flex head design follows the natural contours of your dog's body, while keeping the bristles in their ideal working position.  Ergonomic handle is secure and comfortable in your hand.  Anti-microbial plastic helps keep germs and bacteria at a minimum.
 
Features:
  • Ideal firmness for medium. long and curly coats
  • Gently removes mats and tangles
  • Head conforms to the contours of dog
  • Ergonomic handle
  • Anti-microbial plastic
  • Stainless steel bristles
Item Specifications:
Small
Size: 8"L x 2.7"W x 1.5"H
 
Large
Size: 8"L x 3.7"W x 1.5"H

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Try if on my dogs long fur that gets matted.
Wendy C on Aug 23, 2014
what slicker brush gets mats out in a dogs front leg area?
Eva W on May 21, 2015
Best Answer: The FURminator claims to work well at removing mats.
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