Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by BellaDolce2012 Good Quality Great Value
I bought this in anticipation of my new pup next month. The teeth are evenly spaced and the weight and balance is good on this flea comb. Although I use preventatives (ie Frontline Plus) and sometimes use powders specific to dogs (website other than here) for my former dog, I never thought to invest in a mechanical device to remove fleas after being outside. The size is petite and won't be cumbersome to carry when I stroll with my dog and use it before entering the house. The shipping was fast and there were no hidden damages. I like that the shipping was not extraneous but would like to see styrofoam packing material replaced with recycled paper or shredded paper.
May 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pam188 Fantastic Product!
This is a great comb.....I need something with small teeth to help with those persistent knots when I'm grooming my angora rabbits. It helps that the teeth are 'built in' to the metal bar, as that keeps them from bending or pulling out of plastic.
Thanks for offering a great product!
January 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by nrrrrrr Love this comb--my cats like it too!
Lost a comb like this years ago when my cats went to the vet--so glad to have one again--most of the others seem to have wide teeth or are harder to hold--works great!
January 23, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Christichicc Very comfortable to use
I was really happy to find this product on here. Maybe I'd just been looking at the wrong sites, haha, but this was the first flea comb with a handle that I've seen. It makes it much more easier to comb than the normal, tiny ones you have to hold with just your fingers instead of your whole hand, and makes it feel more like you're brushing your pet, which my cats, at least, seem to appreciate. The ferrets didn't really care either way. It actually fits very comfortably in the hand, which was also nice. The reason I only gave it 4 stars instead of 5, is because I wish they had made the teeth a tad closer together. We've had a flea problem for what seems like for forever (we're in the south and fleas can get really bad here, and they seem to have a resistance to some of the topical meds), and so I can tell which of my combs is more effective, as I can see which one picks up the most fleas. This worked pretty well on the cats, though another comb we have worked a teeny bit better. It didnt work as well as the comb I already use for the ferrets, however. But that may be because of the length of the comb. It can be difficult to get such a large comb to work on their little bodies. It was fine for their backs, back of the neck, and tails, but I felt I had to push too hard on it to capture the fleas on the rest of their body, which I did not like doing. So if you're looking at this for a larger animal, like a cat or a dog, this should work well for you. You're able to get at the undercoat with them to pick up any fleas with this comb. But if you're looking to use this on a smaller animal, like a ferret, I'd recommend the regular type combs. All in all, though, I'm happy I bought it, and I would definately recommend it.
August 3, 2015