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STEP 3 FINISHING - Silicone Massage Brush

Silicone Massage Brush for Dogs. Step 3. Finishing

Reference : BIO000602
Designation : VETOCANIS Silicone Massage Brush

The VETOCANIS massage brush for dogs maintains the beauty and health of your dog's coat. Ideal for massaging your dog and providing you with a moment of relaxation. Its silicone bristles leave the coat shiny and pleasant. The brush is suitable for long, short or thick hair.

Product benefits

  • Massage brush stimulates blood circulation giving a revitalising massage
  • Adds gloss to the coat, removes dead hair, dandruff at the end of the grooming
  • Soft anti-static silicone - ergonomic handle
  • Suitable for all types of hair: medium-long, long, short, thick
STEP 3 / Finishing :
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The VETOCANIS Massage Brush for dogs stimulates your companion's blood circulation for a revitalising massage thanks to its extra-flexible silicon bristles. 

It is anti-static, adds shine to the coat and removes dead hair and dandruff at the end of grooming. Ergonomic and solid TPR rubber handle for an easy and comfortable grip.

Type of hair: All types of hair (medium long, long, short, thick)

3. Finitions

Silicon, ABS, TPR

3. Finitions

Massage your dog to stimulate its blood circulation and restore shine to its coat.
Remove dead hair from the brush after each use.

Tip: For more effectiveness in dealing with knots, use our VETOCANIS disentangling spray which combines conditioners and gloss enhancers in its formula which make disentangling easier, especially for long hair, and leave the hair silky and shiny.

3. Finitions

Take care when using the brush near sensitive areas (ventral side, around the ears and eyes, possible wounds, etc.)

3. Finitions
  • Massage brush stimulates blood circulation giving a revitalising massage
  • Adds gloss to the coat, removes dead hair, dandruff at the end of the grooming
  • Soft anti-static silicone - ergonomic handle
  • Suitable for all types of hair: medium-long, long, short, thick
3. Finitions

How do I choose the right brush for my dog?

For effective brushing and without the risk of injuring your dog's skin, the brush should be suited to its type of hair, especially when using disentangling brushes and combs. A simple rule: the longer your dog's coat, the longer the teeth of the brush. 

Also think about using an ergonomic brush. A good grip will be more comfortable for you, as well as for your dog.

When should I brush my dog?

A short daily brushing (5 to 10 minutes may be sufficient) is recommended, to avoid the formation of knots and to remove accumulated dirt. 

A more extensive brushing (about 30 minutes) can be done 2 to 4 times a month.

We recommend that you get your dog used to brushing from an early age, so that it associates the action with a moment of bonding with you. 

Should I brush my dog when it is wet or dry?

Dry hair will be easier to disentangle. Dry hair will pull less on the dog's skin.

3. Finitions

For any animal its coat represents the best protection against external aggression. 
Vétocanis brushes are there to help you care for the coat each day. 

Below are the Vétocanis Tips which explain the 3 essential steps to follow to brush your companion properly

STEP 1: Disentangling the coat.

The purpose of this step is to make sure that all knots have been untangled before the brushing stage. It also helps to eliminate dead hairs from the undercoat.

STEP 2: Brushing.

With the knots untangled the coat can be brushed more easily. This step eliminates dead hair, dirt and dust, and gives shine and lustre to the coat. 

STEP 3: Finishing.

This stage can involve cutting the nails, thinning out the fur, cutting hair that is too long around the ears and eyes, or even massaging your animal!

3. Finitions

Did you know ?

Les problèmes de peau arrivent en tête des motifs de consultation chez le vétérinaire. Prendre soin de son pelage, c’est lui garantir une peau propre et en pleine santé !

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