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Doggyman Nail Clippers
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Mary Anne H.
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Rating: 5

Excellent clippers

posted 6 years ago

I purchased these at my vet's office and found them to be the best clippers out there. Very sharp, easy to handle -- now if the dogs and cats were as easy to handle....

Pros: sharp, easy to use

Cons: none

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Glenda
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Rating: 5

Finishing touch

posted 6 years ago

I got these clippers at the vets in Louisville and tried to clip Buttons toenails-she jerked and i made a sore place so did not use them any more-let the groomer do it.

Pros: sharp

Cons: n/a

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Apacheblase
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Rating: 3

Sharp clippers

posted 6 years ago

Guess I just don't have the courage to do my own dogs nails. This is a good product, just not for me.

Pros: They work in the right hands

Cons: I never mastered them

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