What make of dog nail clippers would you recommened?

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Question by peace: What make of you recommened?
I have to clip my older dogs nails as she isn’t walking as far as she used to now.
The I have are very flimsy, are there any makes anyone would recommend, I live in the UK.

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Answer by ThreeLibras
Since your in the UK I would look on ebay for this first but they have a new product out called the pedi , its a rotating nail file instead of the conventional clippers. I have an older dog and they work fine on her. Its an as seen on TV product, good luck. 😉

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Comments

    • Coley
    • March 25, 2012

    Do you have a large dog or small dog?

    I included links to two different ones. The later is best for real small dogs. But both types are well made, sharp, and will last. Don’t know if you can order thru this company in the UK but certainly would give you an idea of what to look for.

    Hope I helped

    • Geener(-;
    • March 25, 2012

    http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/classic-nail-clippers-dog_1_18489.html

    Try this website! My friend has these and they work VERY well, hope this helped

    • GreyhoundAdopter
    • March 25, 2012

    Keep away from those pedi-paws sold on TV – the motor isn’t very strong. They are cheaply made, and don’t work well on the hard black nails of larger dogs.

    Get a real dremmel that recharges – they rock!

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