I have a papillion and I was always afraid of hurting my dog when I cut his nails,so I seen these and bought them to give them a try and yes I did what I didn't want to do and cut his nail to short and made him bleed.So they do not do what they said they would do.
Can't use by Lorna from Seattle, WA12/10/2010
I think these are a sturdy design, but the blades are not sharpened to a thin enough edge, so they work more like a nutcracker. You have to put a lot of force on them to get through the nail, and my dogs don't like the pinching. Might be okay if your dog has soft, white nails.
by Liz from San Jose, CA11/26/2012
Got these after experiencing a bad service at a pet-store. Until now I have not clipped any nails from a dog so I was a bit hesitant that I would clip too much but with these I felt comfortable. I can now clip my siberian husky's nails while she's napping and do them every so often. She's more relaxed and is getting better at sitting still.
Quick, smooth professional nail trimmers by scottie from Towson, Maryland04/27/2012
I have a pair of these that I have had for 10+ years.
They still cut quick & smooth, no snags, easy to view while clipping and protective back stop if you need it. I was a dog groomer for 5 years in my late teens, early 20's and I have gotten used to professional instruments. Nothing at pet smart would satisfy me so I went looking for these! So glad I did, a great, long lasting, quality product! I'm sold!!!
sharpening & care information by frog13 from pahoa, Hawai'i06/21/2013
I love my clippers, but they are cutting off. Like weak scissors. They are supposed to be lifetime guaranteed. How do I get them tightened up, and sharpened. I live in Hawai'i, climate is very hard on metal, rust in the spring, on the blades, etc. Any advice is appreciated. I groom at my home, and would like to think I am able to care for my equipment, and make it last in a harsh environment.
Great Clippers by Rosie from Montana06/13/2014
I have used this brand before, very sharp.
The Best by WhippetGood from Rochester, NY02/14/2014
These are the best nail clippers you can use if you want the least trauma for your dog at nail clipping time. These clippers actually cut the nail rather than chop it off like other brands and styles. You can control the cut better and there isn't that disruptive 'clunk' associated with the other clippers. It is the only nail clipper I have found that does not have that 'clunk' even among other brands that seem to have a similar cutting profile.
First Time User by Jo from Clearfield,Pa.03/22/2012
I have never clipped a dogs nails in my life,and so I was a little nervous,that's why I chose these clippers with the guide.
It gave me an idea of where to cut ,but I still cut one nail a little short because the dog yelped.
I put flour on it and a little pressure and it stopped instantly though. I just need a little more experience,I believe,but the clippers are very good at clipping .