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Has anyone used one of these? Cadbury can't abide an ordinary slicker brush, at first I thought it was me doing something wrong, but today I tried my trainer's rubber slicker brush and he was absolutely fine, didn't play up at all. So seems the slicker brush I've got is too harsh for him.

So anyone used a Mikki rubber slicker brush?
 

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we have one of those seems to work quite well and both marley and oscar are fine with it, although i use the furmintor quite a lot :D cant beat that :D
 

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Thanks EmmaandAndy, I think I will try it and see how I get on. I use a Furminator too, but it doesn't seem to take much fur out.
 

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Thanks Joanna, that's a rather nice brush and not too expensive. :D
 

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i second the zoom groom. My two love being gone over with it and its v good :)
 

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It would be nice for Cadbury to enjoy his grooming session rather than eyeing up the brush all the time. I think he must have quite sensitive skin.
 

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I use the Mikki comb and my two love it, trouble is you comb one and the other nudges them out the way for their turn :roll:
 

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Aw, that's lovely Jayne! :D Don't have that problem, I just want one dog to enjoy his grooming! :lol:
 
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