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    Does the rotating comb really work better than regular combs? I have been wondering about getting one. Jaspar really gets tangles fast; his coat is much finer and prone to snarling than Leo's, and he just detests having it brushed and combed (even though I started him on soft puppy brushes!).
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    My Lottie has hair that is like fairy floss and she is 3 1/2. Unfortunately neither of my girls like to be groomed. I think that it is because they have a bad mother who was not strict enough with them when they were little
    Julie and the girls

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    Karlin I was really sceptical when people ranted about how wonderful the rotating combs were...until I bought one...and then bought one for my friend too

    I find it so much easier, especially for Rupert - he's not very tolerant of grooming due to his Syringomyelia.

    This comb makes it much easier and quicker to groom - it doesn't seem to pull as much.

    The one I got is a Mikki one - this has a plastic handle which is easy to hold. You can also get all metal ones which are great as they can be boiled {for sterilising} if necessary.

    I got mine from

    http://www.hubintsecured.co.uk/acatalog/Combs.html

    they have lots of different ones now {knew I shouldn't have looked }

    This looks very good:

    Ferplast GRO 5878 Rotating Teeth Moulting Comb (Ref. 4057)

    I have this one but they do different ones too now.
    Untangler Super Groom Comb (Ref. 887)


    Don't worry Julie, I think we are all like that!! Have you tried rewarding them with treats for standing still and being good?
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