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Hmm. Lorisbabychi has a "Zoom Groom" we use it on our cats, because it gets A LOT of hair off. That thing is awesome, I'm sure it works for dogs, we'll find out in a few weeks when we finally get our puppies! lol. The zoom groom is with rubbery bristles, they may have a different one for dogs though not to sure. I think i just made a really random post, because I dont think i helped you at all.....LOL :lol: sorry! I stop my babbleing hehehehe. :D
 

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I've read that it is best to get natural bristle brush because they do the least amount of damage to your pups coat and wont cause static electricity like the nylon or metal combs and brushes. No pup wants to be zapped. :sad3:
 

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I use a wooden natural bristle brush, that I got from Pet co. I made sure to test it on my fourarm to see if it scratches the skin because their hair is so short. That rubberone sounds good too for getting the hair out.

I'm not sure if Hershey likes to be brushed. I think she thinks it is play time, because she tries to bite the brush as I brush her.
 

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xx-nathalie-xx said:
i don't brush them but i use a wet towel ....and go over their body's :D

kisses nat
Same here for Snap! I tried doing it with the bristle brush and he hated it so I did the towle technique and he likes that a lot better! I always thought it weird to brush short-haired chis, lol, even though it is required. Good luck finding the right bursh for your lil gals!!
 
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