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This comb is tiny but perfect for short-haired cats. It is perfect to comb against the skin as it helps to detangle and get stray undercoat out that brushing alone couldn’t. I learned somewhere that brushing only tackles the top coat but you want a comb for the undercoat.
Be sure to check the size. This comb is really small. Chewy should add something of known size in the photo to give you a scale reference. Read the description carefully
This comb is VERY small. It's not just the comb length (4.5 inches, as described), which is a bit shorter than a pocket comb for humans, but the length of the tines (5/8 inch, VERY inaccurately described). I picked up a plastic human pocket comb for $1.00 and it works great. From the description... "Features extra-long and rotating teeth that penetrate deep into the undercoat without pulling or tugging." Clearly, this is for some other product. The teeth do not rotate and are NOT extra-long; they are extremely short.
I LOVE this little comb & I’m ordering 2 more!!! It’s perfect for our Schnauzers little tangles on her legs & skirt as well as for her face! She HATES grooming but tolerates this little comb very well! I also use it on our long haired cat for little tangles behind her ears. But... my favorite use for this little gem??? I absolutely LOVE it for my little Lionhead rabbits and for my Mini Lop babies I think this little comb is an absolute treasure!!!
A bigger comb is fine for her back, flanks and legs, but this smaller comb is perfect for my puppy's face, ears and paws.This comb runs smoothly through her coat, fits into a pocket, and is well made.
This comb is perfect for my yorkie's top knot and for her face. I have two of these combs. They are small. I keep one at home and the other in her bag for when we go out and I need to freshen up her top knot. Worth the money.
This tiny 4.5" inch long comb seems miniature in size compared to other metal grooming combs you may have seen. But for the small dog or the dog with very fine hair, it is excellent! It's teeth are not quite as fine as a flea comb but should still be considered fine. The other side of the comb is a medium to medium fine. It's a tiny comb, it is easy to loose grip of it. I put a small hand-lanyard on the swivel to keep it right there if it slips from my grip while using it. Plus, when I have the comb tucked away in my bag, the lanyard lets me know right away where it is. It's a great comb for smaller dogs. I use it for bathing also to comb through their hair to ensure there is no trace of shampoo left in the fur. One of my most-used combs.
This is a ridiculously small comb, so it’s totally useless! It’s about the length of your cell phone and very difficult to use because it’s so tiny! Big waste of my money!
I got a little white Chihuahua-Bichon mix who weighs 10 lbs and needed a small comb to get her mats out and this is perfect! It gets her tangles out so quickly and easily. I use the sides with the wider teeth to untangle her hair before giving her baths and the smaller side after I blow her dry. The smaller side also works great to get her eye boogies out! Definitely recommend this comb for smaller dogs or any dog that has a bad mat! I work with dogs at a facility that offers daycare, boarding, training, and grooming. I have definitely told them we should invest in a few of these combs! I love it!
I like this comb but prefer the longer ones. My dogs tolerate combing their hair when I use this comb. I foster dogs so I order a few at a time so I can give people a comb Every time they adopt a dog from us