Resco Usa-made Deluxe Dog and Cat Nail/claw Clippers

  • Resco invented the guillotine-style nail trimmer in 1937 and has been proudly producing them in the VS
  • Patented Blade Replacement Technology – Replace your blade at a fraction of the cost of a new trimmer.
  • Deluxe handles and premium powder coating by4J0GL1 Recommended for style, performance and comfort vets and groomers worldwide
  • Lifetime Warranty – We guarantee our products are of the highest quality and built to last Price: $17.99 (as of 26/11/2021 20:30 PM Details )


Resco Dog Nail Clippers are the professional choice for nail trimming. Since 1937 Resco's dog nail clippers have been used by groomers and vets all over the world and now they are available to you! What sets Resco apart from the competition is their solid steel construction, easily replaceable blades and dedication to your pet's health. Resco guarantees the cleanest cut in the industry – every time.
What does a replaceable cutting blade mean to you? No more buying a nail clipper! With your Resco Dog Nail Trimmer, you only need to replace your blade when it becomes dull with the PF0400 or PF0440 Resco Blade Replacement Kit.
Don't be fooled by cheap imitations, Resco is the only American made, clinical grade, American steel nail trimmer on the market. Don't believe us? Just ask your vet! Choose the original, choose Resco.

Will these work on 200 lb English Mastiff?

I don't see why not. I have two dogs... one has thick black nails (where you can't see the nerve endings) and one of my dogs has bright white nails. I've never had a problem with this nail clipper, but I've never clipped a 200 lb dog's nails before. I wish I could help more.

Where can I purchase the clippers shown in the video on "changing blades". Handles look like they are less susceptible to slippage.

at Amazon

How often/after how many trims does the blade need to be replaced?

I love this product. I have not replaced the blade yet and still have great results. I am a dog groomer

What size do I need for. 50 lbs dog? Is large better?

Our dog is 12lbs, these trimmers worked great on his nails. I would go up a size for a 50lb dog.

Do these cut easily and smoothly ?

Very sharp. Cuts smoothly. Excellent nail clipper.

My dog is a 24 lb cocka-poo with extremely tough nails. I bought a grinder and all they do is smoke and do not shorten. Should I get large or regular?

Hi, I have two 80lbs Weimaraners. One has much bigger nails than the other, but I use a large size on both dogs. I would take the large size. The sizes of these clippers a bit exaggerated. I'm pretty sure the large size of these clippers wouldn't be big enough to trim Great Dane's nails. I tried several grinders and none of them worked well so I gave up. Sometimes I use a nail file (for humans) to smooth out the nails after clipping, but it's usually not necessary. Be careful not to cut too much in one cut, as cutting the nail too far can cause it to bleed. After you trim the nails a few times, you are a pro. These clippers are the best on the market in my opinion. After a few uses you will use this clipper very comfortably.

Are the blades stainless steel? If not what material are they?

They are made of a steel alloy, certainly not stainless steel. I've never noticed any corrosion on it either. Eventually the blade becomes dull and needs to be replaced. Resco makes replacement blades and sells them in 6 packaging. I bought them at the same time as the nail clippers.

I recently adopted a lab mix. She is now 20 lbs and is expected to grow to approx 40. Is this this the right size for me, or should I go with large?

These are great but think you may need to go up a size. These would be good now, but maybe not when she's fully grown. My dogs are adults and these are great but they weigh 23 lbs. and below. These didn't fit my roommate's basset hound. (54 lbs.)

Would I need a large or small for a 32 pound cockial spaniel ?Would these be fine for him? or the large?I would like to know before I buy !

they will be fine they are made for any dog its just a matter of if your dog lets you do it my dog is a small dog about 22 lbs and they work great on him.

Do these work for large dogs? ie a collie

They work for my standard Poodle who weighs 50 pounds but I wouldn't mind going the next size up to be honest. You may want to consider keeping the large on the safe side.

Where can I purchase the clippers shown in the video on "changing blades". Handles look like they are less susceptible to slippage.

At Amazon