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MrsMoby
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Brushes

Post by MrsMoby » 25 Jan 2011, 23:55

I am looking to get in the brush(es) I'll need for Zucko when he arrives but am baffled by the variety. Will I need different for when he is a puppy compared to adult? Any recommendations as to what I should get to try. Her's my boy to give you an idea of his coat. He's one of Sienna's litter (Isobel Bromley) and suspect he'll look like her or Artex coat wise
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nutttymutts
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Re: Brushes

Post by nutttymutts » 26 Jan 2011, 00:59

LES POOCHES wins my vote every time now I have the green one and use it both on Asha and Skye
Dood AND Westie.

http://www.redcape.co.uk/store/itemDeta ... 27-10-2139

Very expensive but well worth it Asha loves it :D
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Clare
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Re: Brushes

Post by Clare » 26 Jan 2011, 08:14

I just bought s "green" les pooches brush and it is so good. Pebbles doesn't make any fuss at all when i use it.
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Anne Wozniak
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Re: Brushes

Post by Anne Wozniak » 26 Jan 2011, 09:15

yep Les pooches are great

I was also recommended to use "Chris Christenson" brushes and they are great.... they are gentle & don't scratch ~ have to say there are lots to choose from too :D
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jools74
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Re: Brushes

Post by jools74 » 26 Jan 2011, 10:55

Barneys coat is similar and the Les pooches is fantastic. We have the green one too.
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kizzie whizz
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Re: Brushes

Post by kizzie whizz » 26 Jan 2011, 12:09

Kizzie hates being brushed, but she will sit nicely whilst I comb her. So I use a wide toothed comb
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sajwhite
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Re: Brushes

Post by sajwhite » 26 Jan 2011, 13:36

I've just bought a green Les Pooch brush and we're getting on really well with it.It doesn't seem to pull or scratch and Ollie is far more tolerant of it :)

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MrsMoby
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Re: Brushes

Post by MrsMoby » 26 Jan 2011, 20:08

Thanks all off to see who does les pooches the cheapest and back up of wide tooth comb
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