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PETPAWJOY Slicker Brush, Dog Brush Gently Cleaning Pin Brush for Shedding Dog Hair Brush for Small Dogs Puppy Yorkie Poodle Rabbits Cats

Glendan Dog Brush & Cat Brush- Slicker Pet Grooming Brush- Shedding Grooming Tools(Blue)

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PETPAWJOY Slicker Brush for Yorkie

Glendan Slicker Pet Grooming Brush

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Glendan

Conair

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$11.99

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PETPAWJOY Slicker Brush, Dog Brush Gently Cleaning Pin Brush for Shedding Dog Hair Brush for Small Dogs Puppy Yorkie Poodle Rabbits Cats

Title
PETPAWJOY Slicker Brush for Yorkie

Brand
PETPAWJOY

Prime Benefits

Price
$11.99

Preview
Glendan Dog Brush & Cat Brush- Slicker Pet Grooming Brush- Shedding Grooming Tools(Blue)

Title
Glendan Slicker Pet Grooming Brush

Brand
Glendan

Prime Benefits

Price
$10.99

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ConairPRO Dog & Cat Pin Brush for Grooming, Small, Golds & Yellows

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ConairPRO Dog Pin Brush

Brand
Conair

Prime Benefits

Price
$4.94

How to Brush a Yorkie?

Video Review


Video Transcript


hi welcome to simply teacups I’m going
to show you today how to brush out your
Yorkie and what tools you need in order
to do it first I have a slicker brush it
has a little wire tines I guess and
these work best on dog cuts because it
really gets in between the hair very
well rather than the soft bristle
brushes and then this is a flea comb
sometimes the comes with really narrow
tines or hard to find so you can look
for a flea comb or this one here is also
something I use their closer together on
this end and wider part on this end this
is either called a greyhound comb or a
poodle comb so the first thing we’re
going to do is take her out of the noose
and you want to brush all the tangles
out now if you just stick a comb in a
dog’s coat we’re going to end up hitting
all kinds of tangles so that’s why I use
the slicker brush she’s not too tangled
but if she were I would lift up layers
of the hair because she’s got a full
coat and I would just comb her out like
this little short movements and work
your way up it’s got a little tangle
down at the bottom okay
she likes to get in water so she always
gets tangles on on that on our underside
now you’re going to see how we’ll see I
still find tangles so I’m not getting
them all out you don’t want to hurt and
force it through so just keep using the
slicker brush until you get all the
tangles and it runs through it smoothly
and then you can use your comb and I’m
going to use the finer side and see how
it moves right through the hair real
easy usually their bottoms are a lot
more tangled or probably the most
tangled area on a dog because they’re
always sitting on the bottoms her butt
is a little bit shorter I like to keep
the bottom sanitary so I keep it cut
short so I think you’d probably have the
idea basically just slicker brush and a
comb and like I said if they’re too
tangled where you can’t get through lift
the hair up and if you have to use a
noose otherwise sit on the floor put her
on your lap that way she can’t sit down
if I threw up on a noose like that then
I have use of both my hands
put your hand under the hair that way
you’re not pushing up against your skin
as much as you can just be gentle on
them because it doesn’t feel good it’s
just like when you’re trying to comb
your own hair and it is tangled it hurts
so you just want to go through the
entire body that way when you’re doing
the face one thing I want to tell you to
be very careful about is the eyes you do
not want to poke them in the eyes so
always brush away from the eyes and I
don’t usually use a slicker brush right
here on the nose the muzzle is just too
short so I always use a comb brush or
comb away from the eyes and if you have
a dog that gets a lot of goop in their
eyes this is a very very fine flea comb
this is something else you can pick up
at a Walmart put it right at the corner
of the eye and run it this way and a lot
of times I’ll do this when I’m baiting
them because it softens the stuff in the
eyes but if the eyes it gets hard and
crusty and you can give them a bath and
while it’s wet you can run this through
and get all that nasty stuff away from
the eyes and out of the hair
and that’s pretty much it always make
sure you brush and comb your dog before
you give them a bath because if there’s
tangles in their coat and you give them
a bath it’s going to be twice as hard to
get the tangles out because it will not
up and that up and it will just be very
very difficult to get out and it’ll be
more more painful for your dogs trying
to brush them out for more videos from
silly teacups just check out all of our
grooming section and we have videos on
pretty much everything on grooming and
bathing thanks for watching ok if you
come across a map that’s really hard to
get out something I want to tell you to
do so you don’t hurt your dog is try to
hold the hair at the base right up
against the skin and that way when you
pull with the brush you’re going to hold
onto the hair and you’re not going to be
yanking on our skin you start basically
never here’s not real long there so I
didn’t really do it the way I wanted to
show you but if you have lots of tangles
say there’s a big tangle here big Matt
start at the hold it down here put your
hand behind it start at the end work
your way up short little movements until
you get all the way to the top I’m going
to show you up here so you can see
better say we have a big Matt right here
and it might go all the way down you’re
going to want to separate the hair hold
it at the base start down here brush
brush brush all the way till you get up
here if you have to separate the hair a
little bit as you’re getting part of the
Matt out do that but one thing you want
to do is you want to hold the hair down
at the base that way
when you’re pulling on this section
you’re not pulling the hair out of her
skin and hurting her if you’re if your
dog cries you’re hurting it obviously
right so try and hang on to the hair and
brush it out with the other hand and not
tug against the skin

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