Wahl Smartgroom Dog Claw Clipper Guillotine Style Stainless Steel 2.49@Amazon - HotUKDeals
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The Wahl Guillotine Claw Clipper is a professional, high quality grooming tool, suitable for all breeds of dogs.

The easy spring action and high precision makes clipping claws quick and simple.

Keeping claws trimmed is important to your dog's health and wellbeing, and should be treated as a regular part of their grooming regime.
Guillotine Claw Clipper features easy spring action for ease of use, allows you to safely cut your dogs claws at home. Durable and easy to keep clean as they are made from stainless steel. Suitable for all breeds of dog.
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#1
Can I just add that use of these needs to be really careful or the bleeding that comes with careless use has to be seen to be believed!
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Quids
Can I just add that use of these needs to be really careful or the bleeding that comes with careless use has to be seen to be believed!


So true. I always cut my parents dogs nails. Then they got a new pup after the last 2 died and it wasn't so easy. He jumped about like a mad thing and I could hardly get the hold of him. He jumped as I cut one of his nails and I ended up going too short. The blood was horrendous and he wouldn't sit still so it was all over the kitchen, like a massacre. We thought we were going to have to go the vets but it eventually stopped. I don't cut his nails now :)
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vampiress44
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Can I just add that use of these needs to be really careful or the bleeding that comes with careless use has to be seen to be believed!


So true. I always cut my parents dogs nails. Then they got a new pup after the last 2 died and it wasn't so easy. He jumped about like a mad thing and I could hardly get the hold of him. He jumped as I cut one of his nails and I ended up going too short. The blood was horrendous and he wouldn't sit still so it was all over the kitchen, like a massacre. We thought we were going to have to go the vets but it eventually stopped. I don't cut his nails now :)


i first read that as being 2 had died from having their nails cut oO
#4
vampiress44
Quids
Can I just add that use of these needs to be really careful or the bleeding that comes with careless use has to be seen to be believed!


So true. I always cut my parents dogs nails. Then they got a new pup after the last 2 died and it wasn't so easy. He jumped about like a mad thing and I could hardly get the hold of him. He jumped as I cut one of his nails and I ended up going too short. The blood was horrendous and he wouldn't sit still so it was all over the kitchen, like a massacre. We thought we were going to have to go the vets but it eventually stopped. I don't cut his nails now :)



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#5
I bought these a week ago and I would have to say that they aren't the best of quality, the blade has already bent out of shape after one use... cheap but be aware they aren't that strong!
#6
Bean84
I bought these a week ago and I would have to say that they aren't the best of quality, the blade has already bent out of shape after one use... cheap but be aware they aren't that strong!


I bought for rotweiller to cut dew claws, bent & blunt after one use. May be better on smaller dogs.
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My Westie hates having her claws clipped so I Dremmel them with a sandpaper attachment which is much easier and safer.
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I've never needed to cut my dog's claws. Then again, I do walk him for 1/2 hour - 1 hour a day so that trims them enough.
#9
My Akita doesnt mind having his nails cut, but i always leave too much incase i make him bleed!
#10
simate
My Westie hates having her claws clipped so I Dremmel them with a sandpaper attachment which is much easier and safer.


Our rough collie has thick, awkward claws, including a toe that has previously been broken so I may just try the dremmel tip. Thanks for that.
#11
it depends where you walk the dog. Our dog gets walked mainly on grass as will live in a rural area. We do try to walk her for atleast half an hour a day on pavement as well to help with her claws
#12
Was needing a pair of these for my dog and they look good quality, cheers
#13
h0p3y

I bought for rotweiller to cut dew claws, bent & blunt after one use. May be better on smaller dogs.

I found a Dremel with a bigger size drum sander is best - our rottie hates it whatever way you do it, but with a Dremel at least it's fairly quick and painless unfortunately the noise frightens her, am considering getting a cordless one like this which would be quieter.
Of course you can use it for alot of other things too.
http://images.toolstop.co.uk/product/62e76b541a05486504b4121001758cbf.jpg




Edited By: G0OSE on Mar 31, 2011 15:28
#14
Interesting comments!

I walk my beast on roads/pavements half the time so no problem. Dremmelling looks tricky!

My father's dog had a shock in the road once, dived under a car in fright, and ripped her claw out in the process. The blood from the drive to the vets never came out of the back seat upholstery.
#15
Actually it's relatively easy, I just noticed Dremel do a specific one for pets too!
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I'd still go for the meatier one though if you have a big dog, some people commented it's a bit gutless for big claws.


Edited By: G0OSE on Mar 31, 2011 16:20
#16
Potentially going to have a go with the Dremmel over the weekend and will report back. Annoyed I never thought of it earlier TBH but such is life.
#17
Murielson
Potentially going to have a go with the Dremmel over the weekend and will report back. Annoyed I never thought of it earlier TBH but such is life.

Remember, don't hold it too hard for too long in one place, keep it moving around or it'll get hot and hurt ur dog.

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