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    Default Grooming brush recommendations please

    Help everyone. Iím looking for grooming brushes/combs or devices please. Iím new to this so havenít a clue lol. I know you get the basic ones in pet shops but they look sharp. Bellas had matts & I need to groom her & the new bunny of course. Also should you do a brush them on a daily basis? Bella struggles to clean under herself & round the back end so will need extra brushing & care so she doesnít get matts or tugs down there. Both are not long haired breeds. Thank you for reading


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    I use a double sided metal dog comb for nearly all my furries (long haired - cats, guinea pigs, rabbits).

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    I use flea comb and glove comb

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    I use a flea comb, tangle teazer (human), zoom groom & toothbrush. I've still not found the ultimate rabbit brush & I've had house bunnies for nearly 30 years

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    When I had bunnies I found the best type was a slicker brush. It seemed the best at getting loose hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    I use a double sided metal dog comb for nearly all my furries (long haired - cats, guinea pigs, rabbits).
    Hi, thank you shimmer. I thought they would be to rough lol but glad they are ok. I didnít have a clue to be honest xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by KCG View Post
    I use flea comb and glove comb
    Hi, I actually watched a video on the glove comb thing. It was meant to be great & the owners tested lots of ones on their bunnies. Thank you xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I use a flea comb, tangle teazer (human), zoom groom & toothbrush. I've still not found the ultimate rabbit brush & I've had house bunnies for nearly 30 years
    Hi, sounds great . Would have never thought of a toothbrush but what a great wee tool to get into small bits. I will check out these. Are free combs are they like nit combs lol? Thank you xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoobec View Post
    When I had bunnies I found the best type was a slicker brush. It seemed the best at getting loose hair.
    Hi, Iv never heard of a slicker brush so will check that out. Thank you xx


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    Does it hurt the rabbits getting out tugs & tangles like it would on a small child? Or is it different. That was my worry hurting them xx


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