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Forum DIET & CARE What kind of brush do you use? RE: What kind of brush do you use?


Azerane
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I have a rubbery brush for my pair, it’s my favourite one Currently, both Apollo and Luna are having a major coat blowout, I’m using the rubbery brush and one of those generic black plastic human hair combs to remove the fur. Like this here: http://www.ihomewholesale.com/media/Ami/5900011-HAIR-COMB.jpg The comb is more for the clumpy bits whereas the rubbery brush pulls everything else out. Still have to go over their coats for at least 20 minutes though before I’m satisfied since they’re losing so much.