Master Grooming Tools Double Flexible Dog & Cat Slicker Brush

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About This Item

  • Unique flexible double brush head conforms to your pet’s contours to prevent hand strain.
  • Great for pet parents with carpal tunnel syndrome or arthritis to make daily grooming more comfortable.
  • Stainless steel pins work to gently remove mats and are cushioned for added safety.
  • Bristles are tough enough to stand up to all coat types, yet soft enough to ensure a comfy grooming session.
  • Works for cats and dogs alike, and is available in soft, hard and extra-firm bristles.

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MaterialSteel, MetalSteel, MetalSteel, MetalStainless Steel, MetalRubber
Brush TypeSlicker BrushSlicker BrushSlicker BrushSlicker BrushSlicker Brush
LifestageAdultAdultAdult
Small Pet TypeRabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...
Breed SizeExtra Small BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
Grooming Tool TypeGroomer Accessory

Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions


My Newfoundland's groomer recommended the this brush in Extra Firm, but she also said to make sure that the pins were bent on the end as it would help "grab" his undercoat. I can't tell from the picture or the description if the pins are straight or bent. Does anyone know for sure?
Answer by ChewyNov 01, 2017
This brush is two-sided. One side uses straight pins, while the other features bent pins.

Also, what level of firmness is suitable for a cat?
Answer by ChewyJan 25, 2021
The firmness suitable for your cat will depend on their hair type and the usage. Soft brushes are ideal for lighter jobs or daily brushes, Hard brushes are ideal for coarse coats or mild mats and Firm brushes are ideal for larger areas with tough matting.

Is this brush suitable for cats? Either long-haired or short-haired?
Answer by ChewyJan 25, 2021
This Slicker Brush is suitable for cats and dogs of all coat types.

I have an American Cocker Spaniel who is matted. Groomer recommended this brush. Can you advise to get soft, hard or firm?
Answer by ChewyMay 12, 2018
For matted pets, we recommend the Extra Firm option.


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6 Customer Reviews



Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Angela on Sep 15, 2022

came apart

It seemed like it would be ok. I don’t know if it’s exactly “soft” because my dog seemed to be a little more bothered when I brushed him. My main problem is the brush head came apart from the handle


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Susie on Jan 26, 2021

Great brush!

Very nice brush but not for my little 7 and a half pound multipoo! It would be great for a bit larger dog!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DustDevil44 on Oct 4, 2020

Not quite what I was hoping for!

I should have stayed with the tried and true. The tines on this brush are a little too fine for what I wanted although it is well made!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Zoey on May 2, 2020

Great For Goldendoodles

I have a labradoodle and she got matted a lot I bought this brush and I started brushing her every other day. My groomer told me what a difference no more matting.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By BullyBully on Aug 5, 2018

Grooming Tool

This grooming tool works pretty good I think. Helps get through my Golden Doodle’s curly hair.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CJones on Mar 7, 2018

Great brush for long coated dogs

Since this brush is flexible it does a better job getting out tangles without pulling your dog’s hair out.