Safari Professional Stainless Steel Nail Trimmer for Dogs (Small/medium), Dog Nail Clippers, Dog Grooming Tools,
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- Sharp, durable trimmer for proper pet grooming
- Sharp stainless steel cutting edge is long lasting
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Safari's professional stainless steel dog nail clippers are made from the best quality stainless steel for a long-lasting, sharp cutting edge. Clipping nails should be a regular part of your dog's grooming routine. It is important for your pet's well-being to trim the nails properly. Get your dog used to clipping its nails from an early age to make the experience enjoyable and strengthen the bond between you and your dog.
Are these clippers good for cats?
These clippers are better for cats http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PG7WJ1A?psc=1. I bought these safaris for my cat and I think I had a problem with how her nails came out. So I bought those like the amazon link I posted here from elsewhere.
Can I use it on a small cat?
Size Small/Medium is very small and compact to use for cats
Has any one ever tried to use these on a bearded dragon? The nail structure and cuticles are similar to cats and dogs but much smaller. Any thoughts?
I don't have a bearded dragon, but I do have a blue-tongued skink named Hank. I have a few for my dogs. Don't use them on your lizard - they are too big and hard to trim your little lizard's nails exactly! I suggest finding one of those really small kits of cat nail clippers, or I've found nail clippers meant for humans (especially baby nail clippers) work best. Be careful not to cut into the life (use a flashlight under your lizard's nails to see) and keep some cornstarch nearby to solidify the wound in case they jerk around and you accidentally cut them .
Is small-medium clipper good for a red nose pitbull who is currently still a puppy?
It should be okay. This is a heavy-duty clipper that can handle larger nails, but it should also cut a smaller nail. The only caveat would be that the built-in nail stop will allow you to remove more than is necessary for a small dog, so you have to be very careful not to cut off too much.
Does it matter which way the trimmer faces when trimming?
Yes, the blade has an angle that faces the nail when trimming. There is also a backstop for the nail on one side so it doesn't extend too far.
Are these made in the U.S.A?
The packaging says "Made in Taiwan".
Has anybody tried using these for rabbits? I have 2 4lb rabbits.
They work perfectly on rabbits, from short to long nails.
Are replacement blades available?
No, these are for single use once the blades become dull. Usually you need a new pair after a year of use
Can I use this for a parakeet's beak?
My parents had African Grays growing up. Although they are larger birds I don't see how this would work for a bird beak as the nail has to fit between the two blades. I certainly wouldn't try. A quick Google search says trimming a bird's beak at home carries a significant risk of induced bleeding... you should see a vet for this issue...
Is it durable? I bought a whisker city one and it broke in less than a year, and I only used it on my kitty, a year old now.
I've only had it for a month or so, but I've used it several times and it seems quite durable. The whole is nicely made with solid metal and a nice plastic coating for a comfortable grip. I'd say this can take quite a while!