This Safari flea comb is specifically designed to remove fleas and detect skin conditions for short and long haired coats. Before using this comb, remove any mats and tangles that could damage the teeth of the comb. If needed, apply flea treatment. Comb your dog slowly, periodically checking the teeth of the comb for fleas or debris. Pay particular attention to areas around the ears, nape of neck, and base of tail. Between strokes, dip the comb into a cup of water with mild detergent to kill the fleas left on the comb.
Safari Dog Flea Comb is used to control fleas, ticks and to help identify skin and coat problems
Ideal to use after flea powders or shampoos
Removes pests from your pup’s coat without irritating flea-bitten skin
Contoured to fit in your palm for better control
Easy to use, just start at the head of the dog and brush throughout down to the tail
Before using flea comb, remove any tangles from the dog's hair that could damage the teeth. Pay particular attention to areas around the dog's ears, nape of neck and base of tail. Between strokes, dip the flea comb into a cup of water with mild detergent.
used on a Dal and GSD - one metal tooth bent the first time used! and many more followed within a few more uses.
at least they were very easy to pull out of the plastic- so I could still use it.
poor quality- will try another brand
on Nov 11, 2017
This would work on long, silky coats with no undercoat. Hoped the longer tines would get into one of my dogs with a dense coat, but the tines are weak and bend easily. It floats over the top more than the short-tine version. My shorter version is old and may be a different brand, so cannot verify that the current Safari short-tine comb is better.
Not the greatest
on Nov 19, 2017
I bought this for my German shepherd thinking that it would work really well. The first time I used it teeth were breaking out of the comb so I do not recommend.
on Sep 28, 2017
This is supposed to work with long hair, however it does not. It was getting stuck in his fur. It is not for long hair.
on Feb 5, 2018
Very good quality for the good low price. Doesn't break when going through my Cockers coat before grooming.
on Oct 24, 2017
Exactly what I needed to check for fleas. Picked up fleas at a hotel and am trying to get rid of them.
Teeth on comb
on May 8, 2017
The teeth on the comb bended rohht away. It was for long hair dog. It did nit work for my dog, the teeth on the comb bend
on Jul 18, 2017
The first time I used it several of the tines bent.
Safari Flea Comb Does the Job!
on Dec 1, 2015
We purchased the Safari Flea Comb to stay ahead of the flea and tick population. Works beautifully on our Australian Labradoodle. A little bit harder to use on our American Labradoodle with a curlier coat - even after brushing her out it is a little difficult to use on her coat. Highly recommend for straight short or long haired dogs. Does the job well.
Good for long hair cats/dogs
on Sep 14, 2015
This goes through longer hair very well. The other flea combs I've used worked on shorter hair but not so easy going on long hair. The only complaint I have is one of the teeth bent backwards after about 3 times using it but..that being said my lab mix has pretty coarse hair.