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Safari 770045 Professional Nail Trimmer

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  • Stainless steel
  • Safety stop prevents injury
  • Quality Guaranteed
  • For nail trimming and maintenance
  • Trimming your dog's nails is easy with our professional dog nail trimmer
  • Best suited for medium to large breeds
  • For best results, cut dog's nails immediately after bathing
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Product Description

Size: Large

Our Safari Professional Stainless Steel Dog Nail Trimmers are made from the finest quality stainless steel to give a long-lasting, sharp cutting edge. Nail trimming should be a regular part of your dog's grooming. It is important to your pet's well-being to keep the nails properly trimmed. Be sure to accustom your dog to having its nails trimmed at an early age to make the experience an enjoyable one and increase the bond between you and you dog. It is important to your dog's well-being to keep the nails properly trimmed.

Product Details

Size: Large
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 3.8 x 9.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0002ARQV4
  • Item model number: W6107
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,968 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #648 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

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My poor old spaniel is getting up there in years. Blind as a bat, going deaf, and his hips are giving out. All he has left is his appetite and tummy rubs. Taking him to the groomer is stressful for him--and sheer anguish for me. I can't shave his fur in the summer, but I can spare him the visits just for nail trimming...now that I've discovered the Safari Professional Pet Nail Trimmer.

The clippers are surprisingly easy to use, the cut is clean and precise, and you don't need tremendous pressure to cut straight through. I was afraid of hitting the dreaded quick and making my little guy bleed, but a quick check on Google for nail cutting tips (and simple but excellent instructions on the packaging of these clippers) made that a non-problem too. Just look at the underside of the dog's nail. Even on blackest nails, you can see the pinker or lighter part of the nail, which is the quick. Place the clippers a bit above that (in the direction away from the foot pad) and you're fine. My first time clipping Stanley nails was a cinch. And believe me, this dog has feet the size of saucers and nails to match. Thick as pinky fingers.

I waited until Stanley was sleeping (he has never been a dog with lightening like reflexes...even as a youngster, people meeting him for the first time always thought he was dead, took a paw, checked to see where the "quick" ended and 'snip' -- that fast, that simple. About halfway through the pedicure he woke up, but not sensing any food in the immediate area, dozed back off again so I could complete the job.

My niece has a little poodle who is also pushing the envelope in terms of age. However, her dog doesn't have my Stanley's sweet disposition and is on the No Fly List at most of the groomers in town.
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I've worked with dogs for years and as a result am very particular about nail clippers. Not only are these clippers comfortable to use but they can get into tight spaces and give you more control. On top of that they give you a nice clean cut.
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By C on January 17, 2013
Size: Large Verified Purchase
These trimmers worked well on my 32 lb. boston terrier mix's nails. It was very easy to clip them and they left a clean cut rather than crushing the nail like my old trimmers did. My dog seems to be much more calm when I use these than with my old trimmers. The package says "for medium to large dogs" and they look like they could trim just about any size dog's nails, even 100+ lbs. The only downside that I see is that the guard is not a reliable way to keep from cutting too short. It is always better to trim too little rather than too much so you don't hurt your dog. Luckily for me, my dog's nails are clear, but if your dog's nails are dark be extra careful. Have a vet or groomer show you how far to trim and what to look for if you aren't sure where the quick is. Usually if you look at the nail from a side profile, the nail gets thicker where the quick is. Don't trim too close to this thicker area.
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Size: Small-Medium
I work in an grooming salon, and I've used these clippers for about six months solid, doing at least 20 dogs/week. They've held up the whole time, and are still sharp enough to get a clean cut every time. They're nice and small/lightweight, so trimming small nails is easy, but they also open up surprisingly wide, allowing really big nails to fit inside. The guard is kind of annoying because every dog's nails are different and for some it wouldn't cut enough and for some it'd cut too much, but I just push it to the side and don't use it. I highly recommend these clippers for either home or professional use, and if you want the best success in trimming your dog's nails, I suggest giving him/her a bath first, then clipping the nails when they're still wet...it makes them much easier to shave down and avoids the crunching and crushing/splitting thing I've heard other people complain about.
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One of my dogs has this weird nail that doesn't contact the pavement when she walks. It was actually growing into a curl and she wouldn't let me file it off. I needed something that would be quick and painless.
These trimmers did the job.
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Size: Small-Medium Verified Purchase
These have a great feature that isn't listed in the product description. There is a metal plate that can slide out behind the clipping mechanism. The claw can be set against this plate and it regulates the amount of claw that gets clipped off. I'm brand new to claw trimming and was nervous about it because I'm a bit klutzy and this cat does not like having her paws messed with. But the guard plate makes it very quick and easy to know exactly how much you're trimming.

The clippers are very sharp and cut the claws cleanly with very little effort on my part.
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Very easy to use, keeps us from cutting the quick; cutting puppy nails is now painless for both him and us. Seems to be a good value as I've looked around at local stores.
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Not sure how a product this simple could be defective but we have six rescue dogs and these trimmers do not cut they smash, and then make an audible click noise. Apparently the blades were not sharpened properly as they would not cut cleanly through the dog's nails. I believe the clicking noise resulted from: dull blade(s), increased resistance, greater finish-force when blades "cut" and closed together.
Too bad because a few of the dogs are somewhat impatient and do not look forward to the bi-weekly (every two-weeks) trims so I must proceed at a good pace in order to finish before their will overcomes mine. And if you trim regularly you know that "Unreasonable haste is the direct road to error" (Moliere) meaning quick begets quick: The faster you go the more likely you are to cut into the quick. Not pleasant for the pooch--or the assailant (me). Cut into quick and blood will flow. Now you have to stem the tide with a styptic powder which just adds insult to injury: I assume the pup feels similar pain as I would had I nicked myself shaving and applied a styptic pencil. It stings. So take your time and avoid the quick (see photo)
So I sent them back and purchased a trimmer that did not have the word "professional" in its description and the result is: A clean cut. and happy hound.
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