|Small Pet Type||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Ferret||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Ferret||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, N/A|
|Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Rubber, Stainless Steel||Metal|
|Brush Type||Comb, Bristle Brush||—||Self-Groomer||Rake, Deshedding Tool||Comb|
|Lifestage||—||—||Puppy, Kitten, Adult, Senior||Puppy, Kitten, Adult, Senior||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
Keeps her long "bad hair day" coat in line. I had a friend tell me their long haired Abyssinian was all matted. I've had my girl a little over 5 months, bought this comb & brush set for her & have never had a problem. And, she seems to like being groomed.
I was just cutting off the stings holding the brush the the packaging and it just fell apart
Wonderful (high quality) brush & comb set. My guinea pigs love being brushed.
I have a short-haired rabbit with a flyback coat. While the brush picks up some loose fur, it's not up to the task when he's shedding. And the comb is so bulky I can only imagine that it's useful on longer-haired animals. To really work out tangles and get all the loose hairs out of his coat, I use a fine-toothed metal comb as my primary grooming tool. That said, I don't think this set doesn't have its place. The soft brush was helpful in getting my rabbit used to being brushed, and because the bristles don't pull, he's likelier to sit and be groomed. If I have a grooming session when I have to work out a lot of tangles (like during a heavy shedding season), I know my rabbit really doesn't want to sit and be brushed again. I'll use the soft brush in between the more intensive sessions to give him a break while still picking up some of the loose fur. It has its function, but it'll never be a workhorse grooming tool for me.
Neither the brush nor the comb could remove loose fur from my shedding rabbit.