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  • Greyhound style comb w/handle?

    I find that among the most difficult and challenging things for my hands is to comb. But combing is so important, and I do it on all dogs that have a certain length of hair.

    I think having a handle on the comb would make it easier. I use both the medium and course ends of my comb, so I was hoping to find a comb with a handle that has medium on one side and course on the other.

    Any recommendations? Or ideas on how to save my hands from fatigue?

    Tammy in Utah
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  • #2
    Ive been looking at the Chris Christenson ones and they have a "handle" you can get that the combs slide into & lock in place creating a better handle/grip for the comb,, looks like wood? maybe something like that would do the trick? Not cheap but from what ive heard there stuff is pretty much worth the extra £

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    • #3
      I have seen the CC combs and handles. They are REALLY nice and a bit pricey too, but I believe they have a guarantee. Their brushes are super nice as well

      I agree, holding those long combs can be a bit difficult at times.

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      • #4
        I like the safari rake stlye combs. You would need one of each, but much better on your hands. I have found them at the shows.

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        • #5
          The Chris combs and handles are the best! The wood feels great in your hands and the comb itself if balanced very nicely. I bought one at APF and even though the price was kinda ouchy I LOVE it!! I also bought one of their slicker brushes and your gonna have to pry both of those outa my cold dead hands before anyone takes them from me!!

          Tammy

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          • #6
            Those ARE very nice combs, indeed. I wish they already came with a handle with the medium / fine teeth on them, rather than having to put the handle on it. I guess it doesn't matter though.

            So those brushes---the wooden slickers---what is the benefit? They must be different in the bristles because I can't imagine the handles being so great--no flexibility.

            Tammy in Utah
            Groomers Helper Affiliate

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