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Reddit mentions of Small Pet Select Pet HairBuster Comb - DeShedding Tool for Rabbits, Cats, Dogs

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We found 10 Reddit mentions of Small Pet Select Pet HairBuster Comb - DeShedding Tool for Rabbits, Cats, Dogs. Here are the top ones.

Small Pet Select Pet HairBuster Comb - DeShedding Tool for Rabbits, Cats, Dogs
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DeShed rabbits, cats, dogs, and other pets safely and effectivelyRounded tips will not scratch skinPatented comb easily grabs loose fur/hair from your pet***100% satisfaction guarantee***We promise you will not find another comb that compares to the HairBuster

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Found 10 comments on Small Pet Select Pet HairBuster Comb - DeShedding Tool for Rabbits, Cats, Dogs:

u/DinkaAnimalLover · 12 pointsr/Rabbits

No please no baths! Bunnies do not like to wet, they cannot swim, and should never be entirely submerged in water or bathed... at most you give but baths in 1 inch of water in case of poppy but or if the bun is disabled.

See here:





Rabbits groom themselves like cats and are very clean on their own... bathing a bunny will be:

  1. very traumatizing to you bunny and scary, and can cause stress induced GI issues
  2. irritating and drying to the delicate skin which will stay wet for a long time due to a thick under coat
  3. cold, wet buninies are super prone to hypothermia.

    Please take my advice on this and do not bathe your bunny!



    What you should do is brush you bunny at least twice a week...

    Bunnies need regular brushing to help them with shedding fur. Unlike cats they cannot throw up hairballs and if those do form, they will create a block in their digestive system which is very dangerous. So it’s a good idea to get a bunny brush (look on amazon) and brush their fur regularly.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUdq_UhMQAQ - very informative video on brushing

    Sometimes it can be hard to get those silky fine bun hairs. There very best brush I found is this one - it gets all that loose hair out due to the rubber band and might help you a bit https://www.amazon.com/Small-Pet-Select-HairBuster-Comb/dp/B06ZZXF81G/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1545077601&sr=8-2&keywords=furbuster. This brush it worth the cost and will last forever and most buns don't hate it.


    Brushing tips in this thread - https://www.reddit.com/r/Rabbits/comments/b7q2j2/tips_for_grooming_a_spaz_of_a_bun/



    You also should trim you bunny's nails once in 4 to 6 weeks for sure.

    Long nails can also get snagged and ripped off causing injury, and they put pressure on bunny heels possibly causing sore hocks over time from the imbalance.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtHczjBRaqI - great video on nail trimming (shows you what to do for black nails)

    https://www.amazon.com/Safari-Professional-Large-Nail-Trimmer/dp/B0002ARQV4 - best nail clippers


    Nail clipping tips here - https://www.reddit.com/r/Rabbits/comments/bc21f2/how_do_you_clip_your_buns_nails/



    In case you need any tips as a new bunny parent take a look at the little guide on care I assembled below - I think you may find useful info in it https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Z_IvDuy5Fr-VOKwBVBSmZih0m1ATCIquIMhYyFl4aIw . I really tried to include all the info a new bunny parent might want into this guide...
u/lionsaysroar97 · 4 pointsr/Rabbits

Small Pet Select Pet HairBuster Comb - DeShedding Tool for Rabbits, Cats, Dogs https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06ZZXF81G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_gG8TCbTD4B18B

This one! It’s the Hair Buster brush and it’s AMAZING. Seriously recommend it.

u/synchrotronboson · 3 pointsr/Rabbits


I use the HairBuster for my holland lop! Definitely worth the $20.

u/floodingthestreets · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

The Hairbuster Comb is what was recommended to me by a rabbit groomer and is all I've used ever since. The rubber insert helps grab the loose hairs, and you can adjust where it sits on the comb to account for shorter or longer coats.

u/blauefrau · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

Yeah I bought this one and have the same problem with it. You can't really press down hard enough to catch the fur without hurting bunny skin.

I use something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Cat-Zoom-Groom-Color-Purple/dp/B0169M0NIQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501196159&sr=8-1&keywords=purple+cat+brush for my short haired bun when he isn't shedding a lot, just to keep his fur looking nice. My bun is super sensitive about me brushing his fur and he even enjoys this.

For shedding times, I use this guy: https://www.amazon.com/Small-Pet-Select-Hair-Buster/dp/B06ZZXF81G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501196552&sr=8-1&keywords=hair+buster

I hold it almost parallel to the skin, and try not to press down on my rabbit's skin when I brush him. He doesn't love it, but usually will tolerate it long enough for me to cut down on his shedding (as long as he has pellets to eat).

u/buttbugle · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

Small Pet Select Pet Hair Buster Comb https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06ZZXF81G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_d0jaAbR5MHX5A

Is this the brush?

u/Toffmel · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

Small Pet Select Hair Buster Comb https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06ZZXF81G/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_L3TyDb3NVQGJW

I bought this for my lil babies and it’s amazing! It’s a metal brush with thicker bristles (so not too harsh on their skin) and you don’t have to brush hard! It also has a piece of rubber on the part nearest the handle which, because of the friction, is handy for the fur that’s loose but maybe trapped under the fur! It’s a bit pricey but I strongly recommend it, it’s greatly reduced the brush time for my buns and their coats have seemed a lot healthier since using it! :)

u/silver_wheel · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

The Hair Buster is our go-to comb for our short and mixed hair buns. Wouldn't recommend it for lionheads or woolies. One of ours is a single mane lionhead, so I only use this brush on her short coat, and use a simple comb on her mane to prevent mats.

For clippers, we use generic small kitty clippers like these with comfy handles (we have a couple, since I tend to misplace them). A small LED flashlight is helpful too, if their nails are dark and hard to see through to find the quick.