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  • ★ RECOMMENDED BY PROFESSIONALS: The Boshel pet nail clipper is an ergonomically designed powerful and easy to use pet grooming tool, the nail trimmer is recommended by pet trainers, vets, professional pet groomers and thousands of satisfied customers as the best pet nail clippers on amazon to be used for medium and large dogs and cats
  • CLEAN CUT EVERY TIME: The pet nail clipper is made of high quality 3.5mm thick stainless steel sharp blades, it is powerful enough to cut your dogs or cats nails with just one cut, it will stay sharp for years for stress-free , smooth, fast and sharp cuts
  • USER-FRIENDLY DESIGN: The professional dog nail clipper is designed to keep you comfortable while grooming your pet at home, it features comfortable, easy grip, non-slip, ergonomic handles that stay securely in place in your hands to ensure ease of use and to prevent accidental nicks and cuts
  • SAFETY STOP SERVES AS A QUICK SENSOR: The dog clipper is safely equipped with a safety stop blade that significantly reduces the risk of nails being too short and injury to your dog from quick cuts
  • ★ BONUS: Free mini nail file included to file the sharp nails after trimming your dogs and cats’ nails, it fits comfortably in the left handle of the clipper

Amazon.com Price:  $14.99 (as of 27/12/2021 12:45 PM Details )
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when I trimmed my dogs nails, it broke the sides of his nail is it because it wasn't sharp?

Hi, I've had this problem and suspect the same as you. I think it's because my dog's nails are so big that the clippers wear out faster and aren't sharp enough. Even if I cut very small sections and very quickly, it rarely leaves a "clean cut" but often leaves frays or flakes on the edges of my dog's nails. My dog is a bull mastiff / Staffordshire mix

Does this work for small dogs

I use this clipper on all my 4 dogs. Pit Bull 62 lbs, Rat Terrier 31 lbs, Dachshund mix 16 lbs and our Chihuahua 13 lbs. They all work great. For puppies and kittens, I would push the guard out of the way and visually assess the cutting.

Can lefties use these?

Yes. I'm a fellow leftist, had no problem at all.

How does the protective guard work?

It works well. I'm not sure about small dogs though, seems like they would make them too short. I have a med and larger dog and it worked great. The guard just prevents the nail from going all the way through the clippers and cutting the nail too short, no guesswork

where are these made?

I think not only is this product made in China (which is fine), but the company itself is based in China. I don't think they have an office in the US. I think they are a virtual remote selling company. If I had known this, I would have bought my dog nail clippers from Walmart or Petsmart. At least with them I know I'm supporting the US economy.

How do you "introduce" your dog to these so he'll used to them? Mine wants to chew some on the handles. Is that a good idea? Thanks!

The way I introduced them to my dog was to let him sniff them and play with the handles with his paws. Then I slowly started to touch his nails with the handles until I could ask him for his paw and clip the first nail. He was startled but I gave him half a treat. Then I did it for the second nail. And he got the other half of the treat.

Although it is too late to return these, i am disappointed. every time i cut a nail, the clippers lock. i need for them to release quickly???

I noticed that too at first, but once I slid the black release into the correct position (I didn't realize there was a lock), I had no problem. For me it was a user error rather than the product. But maybe that's not the case with you.

How well do these cut the thick nails of a big dog? We have an American Bulldog/ Boxer mix with super thick nails.

I have basset hounds and their nails are so thick they would break any previous clippers we bought. These clippers cut their nails without any problem. My husband and I were shocked. I'm not sure how it would work with your dog, but it's definitely worth a try. Good luck!

Does it work for thick nails

I'm not sure what you mean by "thick nails" in a dog. One of my dogs is a seventy pound Boxer mix and she has hard nails (unlike some dogs whose softer nails seem to just file off walking on sidewalks). The clippers work for her nails.

What is the cornstarch for in the directions on the box

I think it should be if you cut the nail past the fast one. You would stick the nail in cornstarch to make the blood clot. I bought powder scooter tickets. It would be difficult to trim nails too short with the safety in place.

How do you "introduce" your dog to these so he'll used to them? Mine wants to chew some on the handles. Is that a good idea? Thanks!

The method I introduced them to my pet dog was by having him scent it and playing with his paws with the deals with. Then slowly, I eased into touching his nails with the managed up until I had the ability to ask him for his paw and also clipped the first nail. He flipped out yet I provided him a half a reward. After that I did it for the second nail. And also he got the other fifty percent of the reward.