Best Slicker, Pin & Bristle Grooming Brushes For Dogs

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Slicker, pin and bristle dog grooming brushes can be good for finishing a coat, as well as removing tangles and matting.

In this guide, we list some of the best slicker brushes, pin brushes and bristle brushes on the market.

Let’s take a look at them!

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Best Slicker, Pin & Bristle Grooming Brushes For Dogs: Top List

Some of the best dog brush options are:

Slicker Brushes & Combs

 

Pin & Bristle Brushes

 

Eco Dog Brushes (Pin & Bristle Brushes)

 

Best Slicker, Pin & Bristle Grooming Brushes For Dogs: Reviews

Hertzko Self Cleaning Slicker Brush

A slicker brush designed for both dematting, and removing loose hair

Has slightly bent bristle wires

Has a one click cleaning button that retracts the bristles after brushing to help removing hair from the brush more easily

Designed for all coat types [but, there are probably better grooming tools for dogs with very thick and very long hair]

 

Glendan Dog & Cat Brush

A pet brush for removing matts/tangles, and dirt/debris from your dog’s coat

The brush head rotates to make cleaning hair from the bristles easier

There’s a small and large size available

There’s two colors available

 

BV 2 Sided Pet Brush

2 sided pet brush – pins on one side, and bristles on the other

For most breeds and coat types

One side is for detangling and dematting, and the other side is for finishing and removing loose hair

 

Oster Combo Brush For Large Dogs

2 sided pet brush – pins on one side, and bristles on the other

One side is for detangling and dematting, and the other side is for finishing and removing loose hair

For larger breeds, but all coat lengths

 

Hertzko Soft Pet Brush

A pet brush for removing loose hair, finishing a coat, and eliminating matts/tangles

Has soft plastic bristles for dogs with sensitive skin or who like softer bristles

 

Burt’s Bees Pet Grooming Brush

A double sided brush

Made of a bamboo handle and shaft, and hemp bristles. Also made from recycled materials

One side has rounded pins for detangling and dematting

The other side has soft bristles for remove loose hair and finishing the top coat

Comes in several different sizes

 

AtEase Pet Grooming Brush

A double sided pet grooming brush

One side is for dematting and detangling, and the other side is for removing hairs and finishing the top coat

Handle and shaft is made of bamboo, but there is no information on what the bristles are made of

 

Best Slicker, Pin & Bristle Grooming Brushes For Dogs: Buyer’s Guide

What Are Slicker, Pin & Bristle Dog Grooming Brushes Used For?

On a 2 sided pin and bristle brush – usually the widely spaced apart pin side is used for dematting and detangling, whilst the finely spaced bristle side is used for finishing a coat.

Some slicker brushes claim to do everything for a coat – demat and detangle, remove loose hairs from the undercoat, and finish the coat to have it looking neat and fine.

 

Slicker vs Pin vs Bristle Dog Grooming Brush – What’s The Difference?

A slicker brush is claimed by some brands as an all-in-one type dog coat grooming tool, whereas regular pin and bristle brushes might only demat a coat with the pin side, and/or finish it with the bristle side.

 

Grooming Brushes For Short vs Long Haired, Thin vs Thick Haired, & Double Coat Dogs

Generally, for longer and thicker haired dogs, you may want a brush or coat grooming tool with longer and more widely spaced pins or bristles – this is so you can more easily brush through the coat.

Shorter, finer and more closely spaced bristles and pins may be better for thinner and short haired dog (it’s hard to brush through a thick or long haired dog’s coat with these shorter, finer bristles or pins)

 

Grooming Brushes For Small vs Large Dogs, & Different Breeds Of Dogs

Good brands will list in the brush product description what size, breed and types of dogs their brush is designed for.

But, you may want a smaller brush with more finely spaced pins or bristles for small dogs or dogs with short hair, and vice versa for large dogs, and dogs with long or thick hair.

 

Dog Grooming Brushes For Shedding

An undercoat rake or a deshedding tool is usually better for dogs that shed a lot or shed heavily.

They are specifically designed for getting to the undercoat and picking up and removing loose and shedding hairs.

Check out some of the best rakes and deshedding tools in these guides:

Best Deshedding Tools For Dogs

Best Undercoat & Grooming Rakes For Dogs

 

Using A Dog Grooming Brush In Conjunction With A Deshedding Tool, Rake Or Comb

Brushes can be good for removing matts and tangles, and finishing a coat (depending on the brush you use). Combs are similar.

You might use a deshedding tool or rake for detangling and dematting, and picking up/removing loose hairs from an undercoat.

So, different tools might be used in conjunction with each other.

But, you should confirm by reading the individual grooming tool product descriptions to see what each tool can be used for.

 

Eco Dog Brushes

With brushes marketed as eco friendly – make sure to check what the entire brush is made of, and how the brush can be disposed of.

For example, some brushes might be made of bamboo, but have nylon bristles.

Other brushes do in fact have hemp or sustainable type bristles. Some brushes are also made of recycled materials.

If you have a brush that isn’t made completely of recyclable materials – you will have to take the brush apart when you disposed of it to properly recycle it.

 

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