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Using a Flea Comb for Dog Grooming

When trying to brush you medium to long haired dog to remove loose hair, try using a flea comb. They are great. They are inexpensive and work as well if not better than most "As Seen On TV" pet grooming tools.


My Australian Cattle dog has a thick under coat that needs regular brushing to control shedding. The fine teeth on the flea comb really get underneath and remove that dead layer of hair. I have tried every thing from the Shed Ender to an equine shedding rake. I'll take the flea comb any day.


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April 10, 20140 found this helpful

Interesting, we have a red heeler called Lily that we just rescued.I know she loves a good back scratch and sheds quite a bit. Ill have to try this tip. Thanks for posting!

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