Animal grooming tool with wave pattern blade teeth

  • US 9,474,250 B1
  • Filed: 05/29/2015
  • Issued: 10/25/2016
  • Est. Priority Date: 05/29/2015
  • Status: Active Grant
First Claim
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1. A grooming tool used for removing hair, fur, dirt and dander from an animal, the tool comprising:

  • a handle with an elongated blade slot along a length of the handle;

    a blade, a portion of the blade received in the blade slot and secured thereto; and

    blade teeth formed along a length of the blade, the blade teeth having a same length, the blade teeth undulating forward and backward along the length of the blade to form a wave configuration such that along the length of the blade a first plurality of the blade teeth progressively decrease in distance from the blade slot from a first crest to a first trough of the wave configuration followed by a second plurality of the blade teeth progressively increasing in distance from the blade slot to a second crest of the wave configuration followed by a third plurality of the blade teeth progressively decreasing in distance from the blade slot to a second trough of the wave configuration for a more effective way of grooming the animal.

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