Dog Nail Clippers and Trimmer with Quick Sensor

No need to go to the groomer when the PetSpy Dog & Cat Nail Clipper allows you to do it yourself with ease. Not only are long nails tough on your floors and furniture, but they can also be very uncomfortable for your pet. Thankfully, these clippers allow you to quickly save the day with super sharp blades....Read more


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Description

No need to go to the groomer when the PetSpy Dog & Cat Nail Clipper allows you to do it yourself with ease. Not only are long nails tough on your floors and furniture, but they can also be very uncomfortable for your pet. Thankfully, these clippers allow you to quickly save the day with super sharp blades that offer a lifetime of clean cuts—which means no more scratches or snagged clothing when your pet excitedly greets you after a long day away. The comfortable grip reduces hand fatigue and prevents slipping, while the safety guard lets you clip with confidence.

Key Benefits
  • Sharp blades are made from high-quality 3.5mm stainless steel for a lifetime of clean cuts.
  • Safety stop blade greatly reduces the risk of cutting the nails too short.
  • Features a built-in nail file that is stored in the handle to smooth freshly cut nails.
  • Non-slip, user-friendly design features easy-grip handles that keep your hand comfortable.
  • Recommended by professionals as part of your at-home grooming routine.
What's Included

- Nail Clippers
- FREE Bonus: Nail File

Instructions

As a rule of thumb, a dog’s nails should be trimmed when they just about touch the ground when he or she walks. If your pet’s nails are clicking or getting snagged on the floor, it’s time for a trim.

Getting Ready: 1. Place towel on a table to restrict your pets' movement. 2. Prepare clippers, tissues, and some pet treats. 3. Make sure your pet is relaxed and comfortable - use treats if needed. 4. Place your pets’ body close to yours and hold their paw with your non dominant hand. 5. Make sure that the safety blade is in place so you do not cut in too quick.

Nail Trimming: 1. Hold clippers at a slight angle and keep it with the curve of the nail. 2. Quickly cut the nail in one move. 2. Do not cut nails too short to avoid bleeding. 3. Use included nail file to polish sharp nail edges. 4. Remember to give your pal a treat for being patient.

FAQ
The most important thing is to cut up to the pulp and no further. In dogs with dark nails, make several small cuts instead of one large one. Trim very thin slices off the end of the nail until you see a black dot appear towards the center when you look at it head on. This is the start of the quick that you want to avoid.
This product is not designed or intended to be sharpened.
Dogs need their nails clipped and filed on a regular basis, usually every 3 to 4 weeks.
Yes, filing your dog's claws makes them smooth and snag-free. Your dog will never snagging to your clothes, furniture, carpet or scratch your hands. Use the nail file included or the PetSpy Grinder.
There are a few ways to train your dog so that he or she allows you to trim their nails. A popular trick is to spread peanut butter on a plate or spoon and let your dog lick it while you clip them. Make sure the peanut butter does not contain any artificial sweeteners that are dangerous for dogs, like xylitol.
The clippers have anti-slip handles.
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