Which are the best dog nail clippers?

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Question by mikeysmum: Which are the nail ?
I need nail clippers that are easy to use and also make a nice clean cut without leaving bits behind.
I dont like guillotine style as they seem to exert pressure on paw and stress dog out.
Are there many different types out there.
What do the proffesionals use???
Im in Australia so need local supplier.

Best answer:

Answer by mups mom
sorry can’t help…we used the guillotine style in the practice and the groomers used them too. I still use them at home. Are you looking at and clipping the toenail from the underside. it just shouldn’t hurt the dog at all if you are doing it right.

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Comments

    • BJKennel
    • February 12, 2012

    I use a small grinder , it works real well and it leaves the nails round with no sharp edges.

    • Bess2002
    • February 12, 2012

    I don’t like the guillotine style either. This style is much better: http://www.lovemypet.com.au/shopexd.asp?id=1277

    I usually use a Dremel tool on my dog’s nails instead of clippers, because they’re black. Using a Dremel allows you to take off a tiny bit at a time until you approach the quick, and it also smooths the nails (no rough edges!). For instructions go to this site: http://homepages.udayton.edu/~merensjp/doberdawn/index.html and click on the ‘how to dremel dog nails’ link on the lower left portion of the page.

    • DP
    • February 12, 2012

    Sorry, I use the guillotine clippers… Check out the dremel tool, lots of people use that and their dogs seem to not mind it at all.. Careful tho, don’t grind in one spot too much, don’t take them down too far, and watch out you don’t get anyone’s hair caught in the thing.

    • Theresa
    • February 12, 2012

    I have been a professional dog groomer for 15 years and I can tell you with complete confidence the absolute best clippers are made by Miller Forge. You can get them on petedge.com and they are bright orange and run about twelve USD. I am not sure if they ship to you but give it a try. If not just order the same ones off another site or from ebay. The guillotine ones suck and I would never use them. Give the Miller Forge a try, they have no problem cutting through even the largest thickest nails.

    • trannyboy
    • February 12, 2012

    Use the scissor type. Plain and simple, you can sharpen them and you don’t need new blades. A good heavy duty pair will last your lifetime not just the dog.

    Otherwise you could try dremelling. I like it.

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