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Coat Wizard

W120340

$13.50 – $27.99

$19.99 – $28.99

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The Coat Wizard - 12 Blade has a coated handle with a stainless steel design that makes brushing out even the thickest undercoat pain and hassle free. 

Instructions:

  1. Pull dogs skin very gently in the direction opposing the brushing motion. This will help loosen dead fur.
  2. Brush in the same direction of fur growth.
  3. Clean blade once a significant amount has accumulated
  4. Do not use on dogs tail, ears or legs

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The Coat Wizard - 12 Blade has a coated handle with a stainless steel design that makes brushing out even the thickest undercoat pain and hassle free. 

Instructions:

  1. Pull dogs skin very gently in the direction opposing the brushing motion. This will help loosen dead fur.
  2. Brush in the same direction of fur growth.
  3. Clean blade once a significant amount has accumulated
  4. Do not use on dogs tail, ears or legs

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Question:  We have a 1 year old short haired Jack Russell. He his moulting terrible. Was wondering which brush would be better to get the dead hairs off him?
Answer:  We would love to help you further please send your inquiry to info@renspets.com our use the chat feature on our website. Answered by Ren's Pet Depot |   | 02/22/2021
Question:  I have a Morkie and when his hair gets long it starts to tangle. What would be the best or good brush to use? Also is there a shampoo that restores white hair back to it's original colour? When I take him to the groomers they use some type of shampoo that does that and my just doesn't do the same job, or am I not doing it correctly.
Answer:  I would suggest to use a pin brush the pin brush is gentler and doesn't cause a lot of static for your little Morkie. We also carry whitening shampoo's such as Whal, #1 All Systems and many more whitening shampoo products. Answered by Ren's Pet Depot |   | 11/17/2020
 
 
 
 

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