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Safari Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush for Dogs

4.5 out of 5 stars 526 customer reviews
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  • Works on all coat types
  • Ideal for everyday use
  • Grooming your dog is easy with our self cleaning dog slicker
  • Provides excellent grooming results with minimal efforts
  • Stainless steel pins gently remove dead hair, mats and tangles, and then retract for easy clean-up
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Featuring stainless steel pins that retract for easy clean up, our Safari Dog Self-Cleaning Slicker Brush gently removes mats, tangles and loose hair. With regular use, these high-quality, self-cleaning slicker brushes will also reduce shedding for a healthy coat and home. The non-slip grip makes grooming easy. Regular grooming of your dog's coat will keep it clean and healthy, and time spent grooming increases the bond between you and your dog.

Product Details

Size: Large
  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 6.2 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000YIWVA0
  • Item model number: W418
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (526 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,536 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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Size: Small Verified Purchase
I purchased this brush and an Evolution Self-Cleaning brush at the same time, for just about the same price since I couldn't tell how each of them works. In fact, the product description on Amazon is IDENTICAL for both: "With the touch of a button, the pins retract, hair falls away and the pad can be wiped clean. Reposition the button and you're ready to go again." This description is not accurate for either brush. For the Evolution, you press a button on the side (the red button that the picture on the site shows) and that releases a lever which you pull down, pulling down the pins. That takes at least two digits (e.g., thumb & index). It's easier to just use two hands to do it. Okay, good, pins down, hair comes completely free, and that's great. Now, you want the pins back up, but you can't just push the lever back up because the red button is blocking it - you must reverse the process, pressing the red button, and then moving the lever back, thereby raising the pins.

The Safari's mechanism is far simpler to use. It has a big button on the back (1 inch by 1-1/2 inch). Pushing that button raises the "floor" of the brush, effectively withdrawing the pins, and leaving the hair alone on the "floor" where, like the Evolution brush, you simply remove ALL the hair you have brushed from your pet. Once you remove the hair, you just let go of the button (which is on a spring). Thus, the descriptions Amazon has on its pages for these two brushes are wrong, or at least very misleading. For the Evolution, the pins don't retract with just "the touch of a button" - it requires pressing the button AND moving the lever, nor do you just reposition the button - you press the button and reposition the lever.
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We have several large, long-haired dogs with lots of undercoat. I had a similar brush that did not self-clean, and it worked nicely, but I had to use a comb every few strokes to clean out the hair. That was a pain when I'm trying to keep a dog standing still for me, but who thinks that every time I stop that the grooming session is over because I had both hands tied up with cleaning the brush. Now, I can keep one hand on the dog at all times. Just push the button, wipe or shake off the hair, and keep brushing. I recommend buying a good rake also if you have a dog with undercoat (rake first, then brush with this brush). Having the right grooming tools is so worth the expense, especially when you compare the cost of tools with the cost of even one professional grooming session.
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Size: Large Verified Purchase
I have been trying for years to find a good grooming regiment for my Golden Retriever mix, who has a very thick double coat. This tool, combined with the Evolution W6110 Grooming Undercoat Rake does the trick. I start with and run through with the rake to loosen the hair and then finish with this slicker brush.

So far the brush has held up well, is easy to hold and cleaning is a breeze by pushing the button on the back of the slicker.

Would highly recommend to anyone who has a double coated breed, especially those with very thick coats. After using this tool with the rake I had enough hair to make another small dog.
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Size: Large Verified Purchase
Well, anyone who is a first-time Newfie companion will tell you that they don't know what use to brush their hair. This was the same for me.

My last dog was a Husky/GSD mix and her fur was completely different. A 2-row rake and a shedding blade did wonders for her; not so much for the Newfie.

Then I tried the infamous Furminator. This was a mistake! Not only did it not pull any undercoat from under her thick guard hairs, but it chopped her top layer and made it look like a four year old took a pair of scissors to her coat. It took more than a month for that to grow out...

So I tried all my old equipment.

The shedding blade? Newfie coat laughed at it. Fat chance! It's like trying to comb me with a table saw!

Curry brush? Nothin'. May as well have been using a chalkboard eraser.

What about the rake? Well, it worked... sorta. It's great for getting mats out, as well as removing the inevitable twigs and burrs from her fur. But did it get undercoat? Not enough to be worth the effort.

Then I tried this slicker brush, and I got a basketball-sized ball of fur in about 15 minutes time. Perfect! Plus, she likes it, unlike the rake.

The design feature to eject the hair is essential. You'd hate trying to clean this thing with a toothpick or another brush.
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Size: Large Verified Purchase
I never thought I'd be waxing euphoric over a dog slicker brush, but this one is just great. It efficiently de-tangles and removes leaves and other stuff that my golden retriever manages to get all over himself. It has a handle with a good grip and is sturdily built. But what inspires my delight (and I never get tired of this!) is that, with the press of a button, the hair etc. can be easily swept off the smooth plastic surface -- no more frustrating attempts to dig it out. Perhaps this style has been around for awhile, but it is the first time I've owned one, and I highly recommend this company's product.
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