Works for long and short hair dogs. Tines work well. Slightly different design than other self-cleaning brushes makes it less likely the tines will get stuck behind the self-cleaning guard. One press button for brush cleaning. Allows you to gently brush without getting stuck on your dog's hair. Five-year guarantee from the manufacturer.
Self-cleaning feature makes this brush bulkier than others on the market.
Mat remover has small blades designed to actually cut through the mat. Works better on mats than a brush. Pulls out tangles and cuts the mat really well. Sturdy grip on the handle. Well-built.
Mat remover is very sharp. You will have to be careful when you use it. This will not double as a brush.
This fine-tooth brush is easy to hold and easy to clean. Button allows the comb to retract and separate from the hair. Handle hold position allows you to get a wide and firm brush of your dog's coat without hurting your dog. Really removes a lot of excess hair quickly.
A big brush that might be a little difficult to use on smaller dogs.
Nice spacing between the tines. Two sides to the brush allows you to use as needed for either matting or shedding on different parts of your pet. Works well on pets who have not been combed for a while. Can sometimes get the mats out better than scissors. Helps speed up the summer shedding – even on dogs with a lot of hair. Rounded teeth ends won't hurt your dog's skin.
Some very thick haired dogs may find this brush pulls their hair a little too much for comfort.
Rounded edges help protect your dog's skin from irritation. Works well going through both longer and shorter fur. Sturdy construction. Nice for pets with thick coats. Just gets the matted undercoat without pulling out the topcoat. Comes in three sizes to fit your dog.
This is not intended to be used for dogs with thin hair. You may find you will have to stop often to clean out the hair on this brush.
Regular grooming is an important part of dog care. Dematting combs are used to detangle fur, remove excess hair that’s ready to shed, and keeping your canine’s coat clean and healthy. The features to look out for when shopping for the right dematting comb depend on your dog’s size and breed. Some combs are designed for long hair, some for short hair, and some for hybrid. If your dog has an especially thick and knotted coat, look for a model that comes with wide, heavy-duty blades, resembling a rake. Dematting combs can last for as long as five years, so when selecting which one to purchase for your pet, make sure to check the product warranty. Prices range from $5 - $25.
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