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    All I can say is...halleluja for one-layer coated SBT's...LOL

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    Hi Matthew

    I had a look at the picture, and it still looks pretty much the same as a flea comb to me, so I'm none the wiser. I also watched the videos of them being used on the website, but somebody posted that they don't work so well on her dog - go figure. So I guess I need to have one and try it out.

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    Loren, I've got the same metal loopy comb thingy, Furminator works so much better.
    I'd suggest the large size, thats what I got for Griffen but it works well for Maddy too who I'd say is a little smaller than a lab.

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    Hi y'all

    I use a FIRminator on the peis, my own and the rescues. Just love it!!! I reckon I have tried every brush and comb on the market and believe nothing comes close to being as efficient and easy as a FIRminator.
    But be very careful buying on Ebay. Given my local pet store charges $130 for a 4" I would suspect that the 4" available on Ebay might be a copy as that would not even be the wholesale price to a retail venue. In fact I have done some investigation and it would seem there are definately copies out there, similar to the Tiffany's jewellery copies that come out of China. Buyer beware!

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    G'day

    I saw a "real" furminator, that was Australian bought and paid for and it is identical and works just as well as the the one I just bought from the site I linked to. I figured for $20 it was worth the risk.

    Cannot say what the quality is like on the ebay site as I did not buy it from them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bordeaux View Post
    Loren, I've got the same metal loopy comb thingy, Furminator works so much better.
    I'd suggest the large size, thats what I got for Griffen but it works well for Maddy too who I'd say is a little smaller than a lab.

    Cheers
    I might have to invest in one!

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    SHAR PEI Rescue actually bought a heap of originals at WSP. We often sell them to the new adotive parents for $60 each for a 4". Can't get enough of them! We only make a little bit on each of them, but hey every little bit helps with the rescue bills!

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    i got my furminator of ebay for $20, i have a husky, and i would not be without it, its the best tool ever the amount of hair it gets out, unbelievable, ment to be great on german sheperds as well.

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    I received my furminator today and I'm very impressed. I got heaps more hair out than using that metal thing. Her tail looks much better; the hair is quite coarse and thick and never looked very nice. She is also even shinier than before.

    Now if I can just remember to brush her every week there should be less hair on the floor!

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    Thats the same problem I have Loren, I think of brushing them after I see all the fur on the carpet, of cause it's a little late by then

    But I agree Maddy has never looked so shiny

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