This little comb has helped me get rid of the fleas on my cats. I'm using it in conjuction with Frontline Plus and Sipotrol spray. It helps me find the ones that are left and is a good indicator of whether you have the problem licked. One of my cats has very dense fur and still had some fleas after repeated applications of Frontline. You have to devise a system for killing any fleas that you comb off.
flea comb by lieper12 from Nashville, TN12/07/2012
I very much like this flea comb because it doesn't involve a handle so it's easier to use and the teeth don't bend at the end with combing/ The size is comfortable in the hand and is easy enough to manipulate for small areas or combing an area such as the back. So, the product itself is terrific. Beyond that, it is far cheaper than the weighty combs. Finally, this flea comb is no easier to lose or harder to find than other flea combs.
my cats hate it! by carolyna from Davis, ca01/15/2012
Although I like the size of the comb, the teeth are not straight (came out of the package this way) and do not allow the hair to pass through. It pulls on the hair, taking clumps of it out, and hurting the cat. Getting groomed should be a pleasant experience, not painful!
I've never used one of these, so I'm not sure if it does what it's supoosed to. My rabbit does not like it.
Don't Waste Your Money by Sue from Syracuse, NY11/28/2012
Now is the time of year when my dog is shedding his summer coat and leaving globs of hair every where he goes. I borrowed a neighbor's shedding blade and was very impressed with how easily it got the even the undercoat sheddings. Plus my dog didn't seem to mind it as much as a regular brush. I ordered this product so I could have my own. What I got was a cheap piece of junk that I can't even use. The handle isn't held together by its rivet properly so there isn't any rigidity as I pull the blade over the dog's coat. I even tried using very short strokes and that didn't work. Plus the serrated edge wasn't deep enough to capture his thick fur. The result was very little fur being collected, an annoyed dog and an even more annoyed owner. Don't waste your money on this product. Once again, you get what you pay for,
goes through my cats fur to cut out all but the worst mats. much better than "furminator", which won't go through my cats' fur at all.
I'm even more handsome by Meatloaf12/16/2012
My mommy bought the shedding blade to help make my beautiful coat even more beautiful.I like the way it feels when she combs my fur, and I do look very handsome.
does your dog shed? by mvl08/15/2012
we have an australian shepherd and a lab - need i say more? this is a wonderful tool for removing that loose undercoat in both dogs. i take them far from the house on a breezy day and they shed several small animals worth of fur. (i have found their hair in several bird nests which is rather fun.) this tool works great, better than any other shedding tool i have ever used and i have tried them all!
I have found these to be the best of the slicker brushes. Firm for the tough coats. Doesn't break like some of the others.
not for light coated breeds by groomergirl09/27/2010
The pins on his brush are short and harsh, only suited for very thick coats.I find they dont get down to the skin. As a professional groomer my personal favorite is the Paw Brothers double sides soft slicker.
Catit Self Groomer by Vicky from Salem, Oregon03/11/2013
Maybe it is just my cat's, but they are not attracted to this product. The first day I got it my cat's sniffed it and that was it. It just sit's on my way not being used. My cat's loved being groomed and thought that this product would be great for them, but I was wrong.