12/09/2014

Epica Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush #slicker



I recently wrote a review on the Epica De-Mattifying comb for pets with long or wavy hair. Well, not everyone has a pet with a long coat. Here is a brush for those of you that own pets with a shorter coat. It's the Epica Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush with Pivoting Head.



Company's Product Description

  • Gently detangles and removes dead hair
  • Retractable pins for easy brush cleaning
  • Pivoting head adjusts to your pet's curves
  • Stainless steel pins
  • Non-slip grip

Cute little handle with paw prints like on the De-Mattifying comb (back view)

This is a side view, brush is straight

Brush has a pivotal head that moves along your pet's curves, making it easier to brush

Push the button on the back to release the loose hair, making it easy to clean

My Thoughts
As I mentioned in my previous post, the dogs in our family have short coats, but they still need to be brushed from time to time. I've tried a few slicker brushes that just seemed to make both of them uncomfortable while I'm brushing.
This one works a lot better on both the American bulldog and chihuahua's coat. I loved that both of them seemed so relaxed while I was using the brush on them. The chihuahua actually fell asleep while I was doing it. I love how the pivotal head moves gently over their neck and curves without pulling their hair. My favorite thing about the brush is how simple it is to clean up. I honestly hated cleaning up the old slicker brush we used to use. This brush has definitely replaced that one.
I think that this is a great brush for people with cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and other short hair breeds.

#slicker
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