GogiPet groomer comb - Greyhound comb - Finishing Comb
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Dog grooming comb for the frequent dog care. The GogiPet ® dog comb is specially developed as a grommer needs because it allows a long, pain-free work. At Onlinezoo you get now the GogiPet Greyhound comb for an unbeatable price.
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GogiPet® metal comb - finishing comb coarse and fine with rubber coated.

Professional Dog comb is designed for groomers to long work without calluses on the hands. This GogiPet © dog finishing comb was designed with leading groomers in Austria, which must operate a busy pet grooming and very often comb and syle dog. Through the rubber coating on the upper side of this dog comb it is much better and more comfortable than conventional metal combs. The Greyhound comb is 22 cm x 4.5 cm and is suited for nearly all dog breeds.

Special features of this metal comb for pet groomer:

  • Ergonomic, soft, non-slip grip for comfortable work
  • Ideal for all breeds
  • 51 closely arranged and 25 coarse arranged teeth with approx. 2.5 cm
  • For cats and dogs
  • Detangles and removes dead hair and dirt
  • Stimulates the skin and fur
  • Stainless steel teeth for long life
  • Rounded teeth for the absolute safety
  • Helps to separate the hair and hold and lift the coat for an effortless and consistent finish
  • Allows a straight cut

The perfect styling comb for fluffing, smoothing and finishing touches designed especially by and for pet groomers.

How to use:

The wide teeth you use to thin out the fur and all around the ears, eyes, snout and the paws. Remove regularly hair from the comb for the optimum use. Comb helps to separate the hair and hold and lift the coat for an effortless and consistent finish. Recommended for the everyday application.

Tip of our dog hairdresser in Vienna:
This meal comb with rubber coating is for anyone who often combing the best dog or cat comb, because you can work really long tiring and without pain. This dog comb should be part of any professional pet grooming, it will facilitate considerably the work. But also the breeder and home users who frequently combing will greatly appreciate this dog comb.

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Dog groomer Vienna advice for dog combs:

Do not just buy a dog brush, the dog comb is also part of the basic care needs of the dog. Which dog comb for which dog? Basically it is not so difficult to choose the right dog comb. The smoother the coat is, the finer the teeth should be, the more volume you want to have, the coarser the teeth of the dog comb should be.

If your dog has long hair, then there should always be a very coarse dog comb in the house, because with a very coarse comb you can easily remove burdock from the coat, just put the dog comb under the burdock and pull the hair over the teeth until you can remove the burdock.

If you would like to straighten the hair, then simply comb through with a very fine comb.

A medium-fine dog comb is primarily used for quick combing when the dog collar or harness is taken off, so that you can quickly remove small tangles before they become a problem. Don't forget the areas behind the ears which also tend to felt. The legs and the tail should also be combed after every walk with the medium-fine dog comb, because dirt also easily collects, which can cause tangles. With dogs with skirt, absolutely also comb the belly briefly.

The dog comb with short and long teeth is suitable for dog breeds which also have undercoat, because you comb both layers of hair with it, this dog comb is also known as moulting comb, because it is also used when changing coat and removes loose hair.

A good dog comb has rounded teeth so that the combing is pleasant for the dog. The handle of a good dog comb has rubber lamellae so that you can comb for a long time without getting calluses on your hands, especially if you have to get tangles from the coat. In addition, the teeth of a good dog comb should always be coated with a slide coating so that the hair does not break when combing, therefore a good dog comb can be used for both dry and wet hair.

For cutting with the dog scissors you use a dog comb without handle to achieve a nice straight cut. Preferably the dog comb should have a coarse toothed and a fine toothed side, but this dog comb should also have rubber lamellae on the upper edge if you use the dog comb professionally, so that you can work with the dog comb without pain.

All GogiPet® dog combs are tested for these properties by leading dog hairdressers and are used in numerous dog salons in Europe.

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