Find reviews for the best dog flea combs and brushes below – updated for 2019! Dog flea & tick combs have been used for a long time. Before chemical flea collars, sprays and shampoos, flea brushes were almost always used to locate and remove those nasty fleas from pets. Though sometimes, an ordinary hair brush will do, a real dog flea brush has tines or teeth that are close enough together to capture a flea in a dogs hair. If the tines are too far apart, the flea will slip through. If they are too close, the dogs hair will not smoothly glide through the comb. So finding and the right dog flea comb and brush is important or all that brushing won’t find a flea. We have reviewed and ranked the best flea combs and brushes for dogs;
Each of the best flea combs for dogs have differences. In our more detailed reviews below, we explain what those differences are. We also mention whether we believe the product is a more of a value for budget minded buyers of flea combs. And, as always, should your pet or dog exhibit signs of excessive itching or scratching – even after using a dog flea comb or brush, don’t hesitate to take them to the vet. Below are more detailed reviews of the most effective dog flea combs and brushes listed above;
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Ranking & Reviews – Best Dog Flea Combs & Brushes
The Safari Flea Comb with a Double Row of Teeth collar is for the most budget minded shopper. However, though it may be the cheapest, it does the job. It is made from a hard plastic and comes with a double row of teeth or tines. This double row assist in getting the tiniest flea from all breed sand sizes of dogs. The comb is made by the Safari LTD company and is guaranteed. An excellent choice for a dog flea comb – we give the Safari Flea Comb with a Double Row of Teeth for dogs our highest FIVE STAR rating!
This Zelta 2 Piece Pet Grooming Tool Flea Removal Comb is different from our other recommendations as there are two combs. One comb for regular thicker coated haair. And another comb for finer hair on other parts of your dogs body. Two combs for the price of one. Both combs come with plastic handles with a zinc alloy comb teeth. The handles are ergonomic designed for an easy grip with ho slip. We give the Zelta 2 Piece Pet Grooming Tool Flea Removal Comb THREE STARS.
The Pet Grooming Dog Flea Comb by Petio comes with a nice handle that is molded for your hand. This helps prevent your hand or wrist from cramping or become tired. The double teeth are stainless steel, vs. cheaper plastic in other models. The manufacturer, Petio, offers a 100% money back guarantee. Though a bit more expensive that some of our other choices, we like the handle and stainless steel teeth. So we give the Pet Grooming Flea Comb by Petio our highest FIVE STAR rating.
The SENTRY Flea Comb for Dogs is one of most expensive choices. It is made of plastic with an ergonomic handle. There is only one row of teeth, though they are made of stainless steel. The size is good as it is a bit larger than a few of our other choices. It is made by the SENTRY Pet corporation and weighs in at a light 1.6 ounces. We give the SENTRY Flea Comb for Dogs a rating of THREE STARS.
The For Your Dog Large Flea Comb for Dogs is the largest flea and tick comb we ranked and reviewed. And though it’s advertised for a large dog, it will also work on any sized dog. What we enjoyed was the large handle. The pins or teeth of the flea comb are closely spaced in order to “capture” the flea and tick in the dog’s hair and coat. The product is made and imported from China. We give For Your Dog Large Flea Comb for Dogs our highest ranking of FIVE STARS.
Though flea combs for dogs can be very effective in removing fleas from your dog immediately, they do not offer any long-term protection. we suggest that in addition to using a dog flea comb, also giving your dog a bath. Even better, bathing the dog using a dog flea shampoo, spray or powder to kill any remaining fleas and eggs. After which, placing a flea collar on the pet to keep fleas off your dog. As in all cases involving your dog, should you have any questions or concerns regarding a flea or tick infestation, please consult your vet.