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Soft-Pinned Brush for Better Grooming

JW Pet GripSoft Slicker Brush Soft Pin is designed to offer better grooming. It helps reduce hair ball formation. Your pooch can also feel the pleasure of brushing and hair detangling with this brush. It's also suitable for dogs with sensitive skin as you don't need to use excessive pressure . It's available in regular and small sizes to suit your convenience.

JW Pet GripSoft Slicker Brush Soft Pin

  • Features angled pins
  • Handle with finger-fitting contours
  • Ideal for double coat breeds

JW Pet GripSoft Slicker Brush Soft Pin increases handling control and comfort. It can also remove dead and shedding hair for a neater and groomed look.

A Closer Look: JW Pet GripSoft Slicker Brush Soft Pin has a rounded head and slightly angled pins for better penetration though all types of coat.

Made Specially for: Dogs of all ages

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Popularity: #14 in Brushes & Combs
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JW Pet GripSoft Slicker Brush Soft Pin

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  • Detangles well
  • Small Oval Shape


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      Packing says to brush against coat and that technique seems to work well. I think going with the coat can scratch the skin.

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