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Safari Long Tooth Undercoat Dog Rake

$7.49
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Safari Long Tooth Undercoat Dog Rake

$7.49

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Product Summary:

Safari Long Tooth Undercoat Dog Rake

Designed for breeds with thick, heavy coats and with undercoats, the precision tapered pins of this rake penetrate deep into your dog’s coat to remove loose undercoat. When used regularly, it helps prevent matting. Apply minimal pressure when using this tool.

Features:

  • Designed for thick and heavy coats
  • Removes loose undercoat
  • Prevents matting
Item Specifications:

Dimensions:
6" long handle
4" brush bar
3/4" rubber pins

Item Number Model Number UPC
497929 W6123 CL00 076484612305

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Why did you choose this?
KV Supply Store
try to see if it will work on our dogs undercoat - it seems to have mats close to the skin
ISABELA S on Mar 31, 2019
Recommended by my dog groomer to reach the undercoat without cutting or pulling.
Elizabeth P on Nov 13, 2018
try to see if it will work on our dogs undercoat - it seems to have mats close to the skin
ISABELA S on Mar 31, 2019
Recommended by our breeder
David G on Feb 4, 2019
Recommended by my dog groomer to reach the undercoat without cutting or pulling.
Elizabeth P on Nov 13, 2018
Recommended by our breeder
David G on Feb 4, 2019