Which brush should you NEVER use on a Siberian Husky?

Sorry folks, but one of the most popular, most recommended and most effective dog grooming brushes of all time can actually do serious harm to your dog’s coat.

Unfortunately the traditional Furminator isn’t all that good when it comes to any double-coated breeds. Many report that they shouldn’t be used on Siberian Huskies what so ever. We’ll leave that decision for each individual, what is critical however, is that if you do choose to use a Furminator, that you choose the correct version.

The long-coat version would be arguably the best of a questionable-bunch, although we’d strongly recommend considering their Furminator Rake instead.

What are the other options?

The Furminator range certainly isn’t the only grooming brand to consider. Mikki, in particular, is one of our favourites. The following products from Mikki are always in our grooming arsenal:

Mikki Grooming Anti-tangle Undercoat Rake

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Mikki Pro Slicker Dog Brush

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Mikki Hard Pin Slicker for Thick Coats

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Mikki Combi Brush

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Mikki Shedding Blade

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Anything else?

Of course, if you have a non-double-coated breed, then the standard Furminator is a great option. Click here to find out more.

One thought on “Which brush should you NEVER use on a Siberian Husky?”

  1. Another option, don’t brush your dog! The more you brush the more you promote hair growth, the more to brush, yes they will still malt about once a year, but you can pluck it out, a lot more therapeutic than brushing, ( well for me anyway) I always get compliments for how lovely her coat is and people always presume that I must constantly brush her and are surprised when I say I don’t, same goes for bathing, they don’t need regular baths, the coat won’t smell, she will get one if she roles in some ( mainly human) poo and after 12 yrs getting fleas, a light brush after rubbing down with a towel and she has soft silky fur again, rain works just as well.

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