Our cat nail clippers have Ergonomically designed non-slip handles which are strong, lightweight, and comfortable.
Sharp blades are made of high-quality stainless. Unlock protection prevents children from using it.
Free Hidden Nail File conveniently stored in the handle will allow you to polish sharp nails to perfection.
Safety stop blade greatly reduces the risk of cutting nails too short.
Easy Grooming Give You A Happy Pet.
Shinee always thinks premium durable and comfortable nail clippers are a must-have for any pet owner.
Convenient yet powerful at the same time, these nail clippers will help you cut through even the thickest of nails without any issues whatsoever. High-quality stainless steel blades are powerful enough to trim nails with just one cut. These dog clippers benefit from a non-slip ergonomic handle that provides extra grip to ensure ease of use and to prevent accidental nicks and cuts. And possess a guard on the back to prevent you from accidentally clipping more than you’re supposed to so that you won’t hurt your dog in the process. They also come equipped with a nail file that you are bound to find extremely useful once the nails are clipped.
You may love coming home to hear your dog’s feet “tap, tap, tapping” on the linoleum floor as he does his “happy to see ya” dance. But what that sound actually indicates is that your pup is in need of a nail clipping. This often-ignored grooming task is important for preventing pain and eventual injury in your dog. Normally, your pet’s nails should not reach the ground when the dog is standing still.
Nail trimming is a safe and simple procedure, yet one that is often overlooked by dog owners everywhere. Due to the fact that young dogs wear their nails down naturally by running around a lot, people will sometimes overlook the importance of nail trimming. However, dogs will eventually run out of steam in their old age, and nail trimming will become essential to stopping their nails from hurting the dogs when they grow too long.
Most dogs do require regular nail trims — every 2 weeks or so, but it depends on how much exercise your dog gets: If your dog spends most of the time indoors and doesn’t go for lots of long walks, then it’s easy for your dog’s toenails to get too long and frequent nail trims are a must. If your dog spends a lot of time outdoors and goes for long walks frequently, then there will be a long time in between your dog’s nail trims.