For all coats Neaten up your pets coat by cutting away any stray hair and brushing it through leaving their coat tidy.
The heat treated, stainless steel blades are designed to retain their sharp edges;
a long lasting product designed for continual use with precise cutting blades for great results.
The micro-serrated edges ensure accuracy and minimise slipping, particularly on wet hair.
The plastic comb is ideal for loose & stray hair around delicate areas.
Suitable for use on most pets including cats and dogs.
Regardless of hair type, try to groom your pet as often as possible as this will allow
them to enjoy being handled and can give an early warning of any signs of ill health
such as skin sores, flaky skin, rashes, cuts, bumps and bruises.
Grooming your pet on a daily basis will benefit not only
the shine on their coat but also improve their overall well-being.
Grooming Long-hair usually requires daily brushing to prevent
matting and tangling Medium length hair may be prone to matts and tangles and so a
thorough groom once a week is better than a surface groom
each day Short-hair can typically go up to a month in-between
grooming as long as dead hair is removed daily during
moulting seasons If your pet has had a bad experience or they often
get tangles in their coat, grooming can make them nervous. Keep yourself calm.
If you are anxious your pet will certainly pick up on it.
Create a relaxed environment and begin by getting your pet comfortable with you stroking them.
Many pets are very food-motivated so use this to tempt and reward them.
Also praise with an encouraging and reassuring tone of voice.
Do a little at a time with each small step offering a reward.
Groom your pet regularly - it's a great way to check over your pet to see that they are in tip top condition.
Check their eyes and ears feeling for any cuts,
lumps or bumps which shouldn't be there.
If you know what is normal you will easily spot something when it's wrong.
Keep your grooming sessions little and often at the beginning until you both get more used to them.
If your pet has knots or tangles, gently comb through the surrounding hair so the knot is isolated.
Then use a Mikki De-matting product to gently cut through the matt - this is much
less stressful than tugging at your pet's coat which can hurt and worry them about future grooming sessions.
Note - don't wet the knot as this will make it tighter. Regardless of hair type,
try to groom your pet as often as possible as this will allow them to enjoy being
handled and can give an early warning of any signs of ill health such as skin sores,
flaky skin, rashes, cuts, bumps and bruises.
Grooming your pet on a daily basis will benefit not only the shine on their coat but
also improve their overall well-being.