Conair Yellow Dog Round-Tip Shears, Dog Home Grooming
- EverGuard coated blades create a non-stick, smooth surface
- Lightweight and comfortable
- Blunt tips for safety
- Ideal for facial trimming and sensitive or hard-to-reach areas
- 6-inch rounded tip shears
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Conair Yellow Dog Round-Tip Shears are ideal for trimming hard-to-reach areas. The specially designed rounded tips ensure safety when trimming. These lightweight and comfortable pet grooming shears are manufactured to professional pet groomer standards. Features unique soft-grip finger holes and built-in finger rests to make grooming more comfortable. Ideal for fine finishing work and perfecting the correct coat length. Always make sure hair is completely dry and free of mats and tangles before cutting.
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So off I go to order these perfect shears that mostly everyone seems to love. And you know, I love them too!
After getting my squirmy little Maltese to finally sit still for me, I was able to trim his face. The shears cut perfectly, it seemed razor sharp as I was cutting, I could hear the hair being chopped off! No kinks or stops in the blade to stop me. Obviously, my baby's face didn't turn out so well as I am a novice, but the shears did their job in cutting well.
I like the rounded tip as even my little guys are squirmy when sharp objects go at them, I don't have to worry that I will make them bleed.
The shears seem to be coated in something so it prevents rust, which is great because my last shears I got for cheap are uselessly rusted. These shears are not only cheap but won't rust!
The 6 inch is the perfect size to cut their faces, I would probably get the 7 inch or even bigger to cut their bodies.
My oversized and totally self-centered Persian-Himalayan/Rottweiler mix is not a cat to be trifled with. Anna Nicole is usually called Ahhhh-Nooooo because that's what her victims usually end up screaming. Her teeth make bull sharks writhe with envy, and she derives considerable satisfaction from using them in the most violent and bloodthirsty way imaginable.
Ah-No is huge and powerful. She is about as big as my cocker spaniel and uses him as an object lesson to other dogs on their rightful place in the world...which is cowering behind the vacuum cleaner in the hall closet. She terrorizes friends, family and neighbors just for the fun of it, so getting on her wrong side is out of the question. Not one groomer within a five state area will consider touching her, so I recently purchased several de-matting combs since the job has devolved down to me. These all tug and pull at her fur, which means I end up with deep puncture wounds to the body. And after she finishes with me, Ah-No beats the bejesus out of the dog, just because she can.
In desperation, I ordered the Conair Yellow Dog Round-Tip Shears (5"). They work perfectly. Small enough to be manoeuverable, and sharp enough to cut through the thickest hair mat, they do the job quickly and efficiently. I don't cut too close to the skin for fear of cutting the animal, but even leaving a good 1/3 of an inch clearance, the bulk of the mat is removed and it's easy to "tease" away the rest of the mat with a soft brush. The rounded tip eliminates the fear of gashing the cat when she turns to snap at my hand (but in a friendly way, since she doesn't mind the scissors so much). It took me about fifteen minutes to de-mat her. A gentle brushing and one full bag of Pounce treats and we were finished. The haircut looks a little choppy, I'm not telling her and neither is the dog.
One reviewer complained that the scissors are not sharp...I did not find this to be true. Ah-No's mats were pretty thick and it sliced right through them with little pressure. No squeezing the handles until your fingers hurt. Another complained that the scissors were cheaply made. What were they expecting? $6.95 including shipping is about as inexpensive as you can get. You aren't gonna get gold-plating for that kinda of money. Of course the name could be changed because if the cat finds out I'm using "dog" scissors, there will be repercussions...
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Kudos to Conair!