Scissor Type Nail Trimmer
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Scissor Type Nail Trimmer


Rating: 3.8

Average rating from 6 reviews.

(3.8 out of 5, based on 6 reviews)

Scissor-Style Nail Trimmer This all-purpose Dubl Duck scissor-type nail trimmer is ideal for smaller size animals. Stainless steel trimmers measure 4 1/2".
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Toni G.
Rating: 5

Great for curved nails

posted 6 years ago

This is good trimmer to have around for overgrown nails. We use this trimmer, at our hospital, to trim nails that curled up. It does take longer to trim nails with this product. Good overall trimmer that is durable.

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: Takes longer to cut nails

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Rating: 3

Just okay

posted 6 years ago

I trimmed the nails of my cats and it worked okay but after some use, blades got dull and I ended up with more split nails.

Pros: For small dogs and cats work okay

Cons: blades get dull

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