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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 09-04-2009, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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If you do not have CC buttercomb #005...buy one NOW.

I seriously never believed you guys about this comb...I thought yeah whatever...crazy ladies buying a 25 DOLLAR comb! Whatever.



I wish I could go back in time .... this comb is INCREDIBLE. Truly. I think of all th trouble I've had trying to get matts out of Winston [because frankly I'm lazy and don't brush him daily].

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU



I also really like the CC wood pin brush. I'll watch a show with him in my lap and brush him and pet him. He actually doesn't mind the brush. He doesn't like the comb but tolerates it and it takes sooo much less time and pain like before. If you can buy both, do, otherwise get the #005 comb.

Winston thaks you all!!


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post #2 of 54 (permalink) Old 09-04-2009, 12:54 PM
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I sooo agree with you!! I bought both about 6 months ago and they are great!! Cocotini will just lay in my lap while I brush and comb her-doesn't mind either one.

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post #3 of 54 (permalink) Old 09-04-2009, 12:59 PM
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I bought the comb at Nationals and love it, already had the brush and love it too. I had no idea how many matts I was missing until I got this comb.

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They are a "dynamic duo", aren't they?

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I also bought and like the CC wood pin brush & I also like & use the CC 27 inch oblong pin brush. After these, I use a rotating comb that I really like and is good for mats if there are any. How would the CC 005 comb be different?

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Lilysplash, there is really no way to explain it, but you'll feel the difference. I haven't used a rotating comb in years. The #005 is the best comb out there, in my opinion.
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I have an oblong pin brush that's very small. I use the wooden pin, then the oblong pin and finish with the #005 comb. We have a storage container full of grooming stuff and now I only use those three. I'd like to have two of each of them so my husband and I can work on one dog at a time but I'll have to add to my collection slowly due to the cost. Worth every penny though! Maybe he'll get those items in his Christmas stocking!

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And why did no one tell me to buy one in Chicago?? lol

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Kimberly are they similar to the "greyhound combs"?

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Sally,
I, too LOVE this comb! It is what I use almost all the time. Here is a picture from the Chris Christenson site:
#005 Buttercomb 7 1/2" LONG TOOTH COMB

FINE/COARSE TEETH, 7 1/2" LENGTH SPINE 1 5/8" TEETH LENGTH, TEETH SPACED 8 PER INCH, OTHER HALF 5 PER INCH

$35.00

Well, rats, the photo didn't copy, so I'll add the link to that page here:

http://www.chrissystems.com/combs.htm

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