|Material||Metal, Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel||Metal, Stainless Steel||Metal, Coated Metal|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||—|
|Small Pet Type||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||—||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
I have used this comb for more years than I can count. It looks like the day it purchased it and I have recommended it often. I particularly like the rounded spine making it hand-friendly when grooming for hours. The stainless steel retains its' original sheen and flows thorough my heavily coated Goldens.
I got this comb for my Maine Coon. It works great for combing out loose hair and helps break up any matts. Highly recommend.
Really good! Helps me keep my labradoodle hair long. Looks like it will last a lifetime.
This comb is very thick and sturdy, seems like it'll last a long time. It works great to comb both of my papillons flowy coats and works right through any tangles that are starting. The only part I'd change is that I'd increase the amount of "thin" teeth at the end from about 1/5 of the comb to about 1/3 of the comb, but it's not a reason I'd even deduct a star from this product.
This 10 in comb is a great size - I like that it has a smaller side with needles that are closer together. I mostly use this comb to get close to the skin and make sure my dog isn't matting. I use a slicker brush for a more thorough removal of loose fur.
Works well on curly puppy goldendoodle fur. The real test will be when his fur changes.
I had been trying to find some grooming tools that work on the fur of a super curly dootle .I found it!
This is a quality metal comb and is reasonably comfortable to hold. Tried a couple of other combs with shorter teeth, but this one was recommended by our groomer. It does a much better job on our goldendoodle's thick, curly hair and helps tremendously to get mats out. Bought a second one so we can each use one. We use the wider spaced end first, and then the other after tangles are broken down. The slicker brush we have is OK, but does not get deep enough into the curly hair to break up the deep mat areas. If used correctly a couple of times/week, will save alot of time fighting matting in doodle hair and your groomer will appreciate it, too.
Best investment EVER!!!!! I have bought so many combs and brushes that either snapped or broke. Nothing got the under coat out. I have a long haired GS and the first time I used this comb I got more off of him than I did in a year!!!
did not get hair out, he wanted to play with comb.