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Fine Flea Comb for flea removal on fine coats


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  • Magic Coat grooming solutions feature an easy-to-use color-coded system to help owners select the best products for pet coat and grooming needs
  • Part of Four Paws? Reduces Shedding collection, this 2-in-1 product removes mats while pulling out dead hair and gently lifts dirt and dust from the coat
  • Dual-sided brush combines metal pins and nylon bristles
  • Features a comfort grip for added convenience during grooming sessions
  • Perfect for all coat types
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Product Details

Style: Long Coat | Color: Metal
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 1 x 3.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002ASGEA
  • Item model number: 100519969
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,134 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Style: Long Coat | Color: Metal

This comb was specifically designed for pets with long coats. Recommended for toy breeds such as Lhasa Apso, Maltese, Papillions, Pekingese, Pomeranians, Shih Tzu, Silky Terriers, Skye Terriers, Toy Spaniels and Yorkshire Terriers.

Customer Reviews

Comb is sturdy and well made.
T. Duggan
This is a great flea comb and a great grooming comb.
Woodlandtrails
The cats learn to love being combed.
Martegy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By David Bower TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 17, 2012
Style Name: Extra Fine CoatColor Name: Metal Verified Purchase
We have enjoyed cats as part of our family for many years but a few years ago after the last of three cats died we decided we might just be getting a little too old to care for another cat. The most surprising thing about that nonsensical argument was that it worked for just over seven years until a life changing event occurred at the car dealership where I take our cars for service. While waiting for my car to be serviced I was strolling around looking at cars on the lot when I noticed a very small black and white clump under one car that had to be a kitten.

I walked over to the clump and sure enough it was not only a kitten but one of the cutest kittens I had ever seen and I knew I was in trouble. It turns out the kitten had been abandoned for about two weeks and when one of the salesmen asked if I wanted a cat I didn't say no; instead I called home and talked with my wife to see if we were both willing to change our minds about adding another member to our small family of two. That was almost three years ago and this kitten has grown into a beloved member of the family and is a continuing source of joy to both of us.

I mention that only to let the reader know the writer is a serious fancier of cats and wants the best for any cat member of the family.

Now about the comb, it works perfectly and the first time we used it we removed over a dozen fleas from our kitty and the second time almost that many more. For the life of us we don't know how the kitty got fleas as she is strictly a house cat and never goes out. Previously when we had cats we used a different flea comb and would drop the fleas removed into a cup of rubbing alcohol but my wife read that soapy water would do the trick so we are using that this time around and it seems to be working.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By stature on November 27, 2011
Style Name: Extra Fine CoatColor Name: Metal Verified Purchase
I used the safari brand combs (double row comb and a wood handled comb), I used the
non-handle combs from chain pet store. Those combs involved scraping and combing
over and again the same spot to dislodge the fleas. Then assuming they combed
out the flea you have dark colored plastic to spot the dark colored flea against
when getting the flea out of the comb. Those combs made the job harder than
it needed to be compared to this Pet Comb.

This flea comb "Pet Comb for flea removal, fine" was the easiest comb ever to use
and no fleas could escape the single pass through of the comb. I wish I knew about
this comb sooner, it made flea removal so easy without having to bathe the dog.
All I had to do was comb my dog and remove the fleas into a soapy water dish,
and used a toothpick to slide the flea out of the teeth while holding the comb
in the soapy water. I like how the fleas get stuck in the teeth of this comb
whether they are the narrow black small cat fleas or the flatter w/big rear brown/red
dog fleas.

This comb is all metal and the light silvery color makes it easy to see the fleas
that are stuck at the base where the teeth are attached to the comb. Also, unlike
the safari wood handle comb that rusted the first week I had it, this Pet Comb
had many uses and didn't rust yet.

I used this comb on a dog with a double thick coat that I brushed out first to remove
the loose undercoat hair and make sure the comb would be able to get through his
coat first before I used the Pet Comb to remove the fleas. I feel this Pet Comb helps
you do a thorough job, and is faster overall to use than other flea combs because it
works so well.

"Pet Comb for flea removal, fine" is the best flea comb, other combs are
a waste of time and money. Most important, your dog will be happy you use this comb
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By gg on April 17, 2009
Style Name: Extra Fine CoatColor Name: Metal Verified Purchase
I use this as a daily grooming comb for my "mutt" cat -- she's technically a shorthair, but the fur is longish to the point that people will occasionally ask if she's a Persian. In addition, both the coarser outercoat and the very fine but dense undercoat shed tremendously.

I first encountered this comb brand when she was a kitten and the vet used it to demonstrate how much loose fur we were missing when we groomed her with a no-name discount store "cat brush." He had these combs for sale so I bought one on the spot. Now, 10 years later, I needed a second comb -- not because anything was wrong with the first one, but to resolve a household dispute over whether the comb should be in my room, where I usually groom my cat, or in another house area where it would be accessible to everyone else. (I know, fascinating.) So I bought this.

As it turns out the comb I already had was not the "extra fine" like this, but the effect is pretty much the same. The only difference is that I have to pull fur off the comb teeth more frequently as I'm grooming -- otherwise the comb teeth get slightly bent apart due to spaces between them being so narrow compared to the size of the loose fur clumps. This might be an issue if your pet's coat is very thick or coarse, but in that case I would still recommend this comb albeit in a different size. It's sturdy, effective, and pretty easy to clean.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 25, 2013
Style Name: Extra Fine CoatColor Name: Metal Verified Purchase
First thing to note about this flea comb, it is metal and durable. Last one I bought lasted about 6 years before one of the tines got bent to one side. Love the handle for grip and the ability to use it to guide the comb around the face and ears. Because of the length, you can comb an area using just the fine teeth and not involve the larger support teeth at either end. Those fine teeth are listed for fine coats but I look at the fine teeth as the ability to get those small, having just morphed into adults, fleas. One thing that you will have to remember though is that if you have a pet with short hair, there will be nothing to keep the flea trapped against the comb. Be ready and lay your fingers across the fleas and then flick the fleas into alcohol or soapy water. A wide plastic cup works well. Tall ones tend to get tipped over easily (don't ask me how I know this, just saying.) Another thing that I have used is wide masking tape. But you have to be real quick with the tape. Then I either burn the tape or hammer it to ensure the little beasties are gone, gone, gone.

I have three cats and all their coats are different from short and thick to medium length and thin to short and medium thickness. In spite of the fact that I use flea control, they do get infested just wandering out into the yard. They come back in and start hounding me to comb them. I use a small plastic cup with either alcohol or soap and water to drown the varmits. After combing them I will then give them the Capstar or the generic equivalent. It is good to comb them during the time the Capstar is working as the cats will lick at the sensation and can ingest the fleas.

I also use the flea comb to get underneath snarls and then clip the fur above the comb. That way I don't have to worry about clipping the skin.

Great comb. I have owned 5 different kinds and this is my favorite.
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