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Revlon toe nail clippers
Rating: 4.5

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Dave M.
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Rating: 5

Glad to see these on here!

posted 5 years ago

I volunteer at the humane society here and cut a lot of animals' nails, in addition to my own 5 cats'. There are a lot of nail clippers on the market designed for cats and dogs, but frankly, Revlon's toe-nail clippers are the best out there. They are much easier to use and faster, too. I highly recommend these to everyone at the shelter and to all my pet-owning friends, too. I like the Revlon brand especially because they are very sturdy and very sharp. I *hate* cheap nail-clippers because they tear the nails instead of cutting straight through them in one smooth stroke. The Revlon ones are a little bit expensive, but absolutely worth it. I keep several sets around the house and think they're just great.

Pros: Much easier to use than so-called "pet friendly" clippers

Cons: None

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sharon d.
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Rating: 5

Works well for us!

posted 6 years ago

I had to laugh when I saw this.I guess that I thought I was the only one who used these on my cats.
These actually work pretty good,and the price works better for me.Funny though,now that my Cat's are 3 and 4 years old,they're only now starting to fuss about getting their nails trimmed.You'd figure they'd be so use to it. Go figure!

Pros: Easy to find Less pricey work

Cons: none

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Gail H.
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Rating: 5

Easy way to trim nails

posted 6 years ago

At home and at the shelter where I work we use human toe nail clippers to keep our cats' claws trimmed. The clippers are far less expensive from the hooked scissors carried at the pet stores. The Revlon brand seems to be sharper then some of the generic clippers.

Pros: Inexpensive, useful product

Cons: none

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Richaversa
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Rating: 4

Revlon is OK

posted 6 years ago

I tried these when I couldn't find the animal clippers. They did pretty well though I still prefer the animal type.

Pros: Works pretty well

Cons: takes a bit of getting used to

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Paul1115
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Rating: 5

I like to use these.

posted 6 years ago

I really like using these on my cats.

Pros: none

Cons: none

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