The ConairPRO Dog Boar Bristle Brush features 50% natural boar and 50% synthetic bristles that move easily through short and curly coats.
Natural wood handled reinforced boar bristle brushes with one long stiff nylon porcupine bristle, deeply penetrates into any dog's hair length, or texture, so boar bristles are able to get into the hair for easy styling. Boar bristles polish the coat as it is brushed, helping to maintain a natural shine. The choice of professional groomers.
The most important thing is that you are grooming your dog regularly. A good boar bristle brush will do an excellent job for you, but only if you apply it to your dog. The most beautiful brush in the world will be useless if it isn’t used.
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By the way, if you have a smooth coated small dog, such as a beagle or a pug, you hardly need a brush at all. The most I would get would be a boar bristle with nylon. Smooth coated small dogs benefit from a rub down with a wash cloth lightly sprayed with a leave in conditioner such as Cat Brush Dog Brush for Short and Medium Hair Soft Reinforced Boar Bristle to Distribute Natural Oils Condition the Coat and to Add Gloss and Shine to it Pet Grooming Naturally Brown 425 ** To view further for this item, visit the image link.Cat Brush Dog Brush for Short and Medium Hair Soft Reinforced Boar Bristle to Distribute Natural Oils Condition the Coat and to Add Gloss and Shine to it Pet Grooming Naturally Brown 425 * Click image for more details.Despite the fact that these brushes are better and they are made from a natural source, they are not very expensive. You can buy a boar bristle brush made to groom dogs from many pet supply stores, pet catalogs or from online pet supply sources. Or, you can go to a store like Sally’s Beauty Supply, where hairdressers go, and choose from the boar bristle brushes there. The best kind of brush for your dog, whether he has long or short hair, is a boar bristle brush. Boar bristles are a natural material, from boars. They are softer than nylon. They do not break your dog’s hair when you brush him. And, they are very good at distributing the oils in your dog’s coat.There are a few cases where you may wish to forego using the all-boar bristle brush. For dogs with shorter coats, a brush with a mix of boar bristles and nylon will work fine. And, if your dog has a very thick coat, then you may need to use a nylon bristle brush just to work through the coat. The nylon bristles will be stiffer than the boar bristles.