709 items found in Combs for Dogs

Combs for Dogs Australia

Gripsoft Comfort Grooming Comb...

$ 17.99

Scream 35-SG03590 LOR Flea Com...

$ 9.99

Pettom Pet Stainless Steel Gro...

$ 56.98

Andis Clipper Combs for Small...

$ 30.91

SCREAM Coarse Comb, Loud Orang...

$ 8.84

Dog Cat Comb and Deshedding T...

$ 42.51

Gripsoft Grooming Treatment Co...

$ 14.99

Master Grooming Tools Ultimate...

$ 26.09

Pet Hair Trimmer Comb, Dog Dou...

$ 28.68

Ware Manufacturing Small Anima...

$ 25.43

Rosewood Soft Protection Salon...

$ 20.10

Latagui Pets Dog Grooming and...

$ 27.55

Pet Comb for Coars, Long Coats

$ 24.88

DimiDay Pet Comb Semi-auto Fad...

$ 24.40

Reversible Stainless Steel Cur...

$ 30.69

Pet Brush Pet Animal Care Comb...

$ 20.97

Pet Brush 1pc Dog Comb Long Th...

$ 24.24

Pet Brush Pet Hair Shedding Co...

$ 25.82

Pet Brush Colorful Piano Paint...

$ 22.64

YITON Pet Comb Dog Cat Comb Br...

$ 24.68

YITON Pet Comb 19 3.5Cm Stainl...

$ 71.45

YITON Pet Comb For Dog S Comfo...

$ 37.61

YITON Pet Comb 19.5Cm Dog Comb...

$ 41.15

YITON Pet Comb Multi Purpose N...

$ 35.53

YITON Pet Comb Blue Stainless...

$ 52.95

YITON Pet Comb New Pet Fine To...

$ 26.98

YITON Pet Comb Pet Dog Hair St...

$ 34.14

YITON Pet Comb Combs Dog Hair...

$ 30.86

YITON Pet Comb Stainless Steel...

$ 37.67

YITON Pet Comb Cat Dog Metal H...

$ 28.32

YITON Pet Comb Blue Pet Massag...

$ 51.29

YITON Pet Comb Blue Profession...

$ 31.95
 
 

A dog comb is used to detangle the hair before brushing the dog. It has teeth designed to untangle knots causing as little pain and damage as possible. This is why it is generally not recommended to use combs designed for humans to detangle your dog's hair, as they do not exhibit this characteristic. The combs for dogs in Australia play an important role since they ensure the completion of the disentangling carried out with the curry or the card. The spacing of the teeth must be perfectly adapted to the thickness of the fur.

Price and Availability

Dog combs often have a whole section reserved for them as long as there is a variety of endless comb for your dog: the detangling comb, the comb to remove dead hair, the tail comb, the comb fine-tooth comb, wide-tooth comb, extra fine-tooth flea comb, handle comb, rake comb, unraveling comb, shedding comb, double comb, mini comb for eyes and mustache.

You can search for as many combs for dogs online in Australia according to our needs. Dogs Comb price in Australia ranges from 10 to 50 AUD depending upon the type of the product. Here we have mentioned a wide range of combs for your dogs at the best price range.

Combs are most often formed from a row of metal rods. Thus the space between each rod is variable. It is sometimes very tight, sometimes very wide. But if you prefer the comb to the dog brush, it is better to choose a wide comb for woolly or thick hair, and a fine comb for short, fine hair. The comb helps untangle knots. But be careful, so as not to pull too much on the dog's skin, you can help yourself with a dog spray detangle.

The comb will come to remove all the dead hairs even hidden under the upper coat. It is particularly effective for long-haired animals who tend to get dead leaves, mud, and other accessories stuck in their coats! Rather, the dog brush is designed to keep the coat soft and free from superficial knots during very regular use. Some models of dog brushes without spike protector balls, and provided they are long enough, can also make a good de-shedding accessory.

The rake comb looks a lot like the classic comb, the difference is just that the rod row is as the name suggests, rake shaped. Thus, it is of great help for dogs with a lot of undercoats. Above all, it allows a better hold in the hand which facilitates brushing and disentangling. It is an essential tool during periods of mounting.

Why brush your dog?

Quite simply because this step is important for his daily hygiene, and that for several things. The first is to be able to easily spot the various parasites such as fleas or ticks, which like to hide through the hairs of your four-legged friend. A dog brush can therefore be very useful for spotting them, especially on long-haired dogs where detection is much more complicated.