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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-12-2006, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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brush/comb or?

i was wodering what kind of brush or comb everyone used on there rabbits? we have to use a baby comb on our dog, cuz she wont let us use anything else, i tried one on the rabbit and it didnt do much good, i pull a lil bit of fur off him, just using my hands when i pet him. but id like to find a good brush or something before he decides to have a big shed. any suggestions? a link or picture would help alot too.
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I use a bunch... a small comb, a slicker brush & a soft plastic 'curry' style brush.
The Slicker brush i use most on my long haired bunny, he dosnt' mind it. My dog hates slicker brushes :p


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i use a plastic comb on mine
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