|Material||Metal, Steel||Metal, Steel||Plastic||Metal, Stainless Steel||Metal, Steel|
|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
|Brush Type||Deshedding Tool||Rake||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush||Rake|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Extra Small Breeds||—|
My little bun is ten years old now and it is harder for him to reach some areas to groom. His fuzzy butt has thick fur that tends to mat. This tool works very well with its smaller rake to get into tighter areas. The handle is very comfortable and easy to grip.
My girl cat doesn't groom at all. We have spent years having her shaved to prevent matting. This comb....amazing! It looks like it won't work but it did. I'm doing a little at a time but she doesn't seem to be uncomfortable. She tolerates it for 10 or so minutes at a time. The blades aren't sharp enough to cut her skin but they definitely work through the mats so that she doesn't have bald spots everywhere. Soooo happy to have found this!
Don't waste your money. It is expensive junk. First off, I thought 6 blades meant it had actual BLADES. It's just a tiny "rake" to remove undercoats. Ok, whatever, my mistake. I tried to use it regardless and the metal "blades" -LOL- started snapping off!
The item wasn't what I expected. Our cat's fur is matted and when I read 'blades', I thought it would cut the fur. Like I could keep working on the same spot until the matted fur was gone.
My old, pudgy kitty isn’t awesome at grooming and developed TERRIBLE mats. I have brushed her relentlessly, bathed her (talk about a nightmare) and cut her coat to try to get rid of it. She only tolerates about 15 minutes until I give her a break. Today I received this departing tool in the mail and in 10 minutes, most of her mats are out! She’s pretty ticked but I only got bit once! I was afraid I’d have to take her in to be sedated and shaved. Bravo!