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Slicker Brush

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Beautifully shaped curry comb with rounded metal tines for relaxed grooming without pulling. Made in Schwarzwald. Mehr ErfahrenRead more
  • for dogs with undercoat
  • vegan
  • beech wood
  • regional traditional handicraft
  • sustainable forestry

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Our SLICKER BRUSH made of oiled beech wood turns elaborate coat care into a relaxing feel-good ritual. The innovative handle is designed to lie comfortably in the hand. The fine, rounded metal tines glide effortlessly through long hair and untangle dense undercoat. The brush plucks knots, dirt, and tangles thoroughly, but without pulling.
Meticulous coat care is essential, especially during shedding season and when there is increased exposure to pollen and fine dust.
Thanks to high-quality materials and the best workmanship, the brush withstands even heavy use. The LILA LOVES IT brush collection is exclusively produced by a traditional brush manufacturer in southern Germany. The family business has been designing and producing high-quality brushes for over 150 years. And just like LILA LOVES IT, it relies on the fruitful combination of proven knowledge and state-of-the-art technology, conscious design and sustainability.

Sizes

The Slicker brush is available in two different sizes.

SizesWidth brush pad
S7,5 cm
M9,5 cm

Application

Brush the coat with gentle pressure in the direction of coat growth, weekly or daily depending on the dog’s needs. Preferably in a relaxed setting.

Our recommendation

Our ANTI-TANGLING SPRAY prepares dense, curly coats for combing thanks to aloe vera and precious plant oils. Brittle hair is moisturised deeply, the dog’s skin is nourished and strengthened. Recommended by people with poodles and other longhaired dogs.

Grooming Tips for Longhaired Dogs

Regular brushing prevents matting of the topcoat. Dead hairs are removed, as is everyday dirt from street, forest, and meadow. Burdocks and other plant debris love to crawl into the undercoat and quickly become a breeding ground for pathogens.

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