Has many practical purposes that make it a top pick. Has the ability to remove loose hair up to 2" on mid-sized dogs. A good size option for most cats, too. FURejector button makes cleanup a breeze.
You may want to choose a larger size for bigger dogs; otherwise it is one of FURminator's most versatile models and a dependable grooming tool.
A versatile grooming tool that can be used on breeds with all types of coats. Handy to remove small fur mats on cats. Adjustable for different fur lengths. Stainless steel cutting edge is curved for added protection.
Takes a little practice to learn to use it. Not ideal for huge mats. Requires a careful hand when working close to the skin, especially on small, anxious animals.
Has FURflex head for comfortably grooming around contours. Pins are rounded for comfort and rotate to prevent tugging. Ideal for dogs, cats, other animals, and long coats. Keeps fur from "flying away" during grooming.
Requires a gentle touch for small, sensitive animals. Has the tendency to pull tangled fur.
Offers reliable hair removal for cats and some small dogs. Reduces continual shedding and the development of hairballs. An ideal size for other small animals such as rabbits and ferrets. Has the brand's FURejector button.
Not as effective for larger dogs or very long, dense fur. Some users felt that it removed too much hair, but this is a plus for many animals.
Its sleek handle and rubberized teeth make it an ideal tool that is comfortable for pets and their owners. For dogs, cats, and other animals with short to medium length coats. Removes dust and other small particles.
Doesn't keep hair contained during grooming. Not ideal for removing deep, loose fur and undercoat hairs. Not for long, thick coats.
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