Dog Nail Clippers and Trimmer By Boshel – with Safety Guards to Avoid Over-cutting Nails & Free Nail File – Razor Sharp Blades – Sturdy Non Slip…

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Dog Nail Clippers and Trimmer By Boshel - with Safety Guards to Avoid Over-cutting Nails & Free Nail File - Razor Sharp Blades - Sturdy Non Slip...
  • ★ RECOMMENDED BY PROFESSIONALS: The Boshel pet nail clipper is an ergonomically designed Powerful and easy-to-use pet grooming tool, the nail trimmer is recommended by animal trainers, veterinarians, professional pet groomers and thousands of satisfied customers as the best pet nail clippers on amazon to use for medium and large dogs and cats.
  • ★ CLEAN CUTS EVERY TIME: The pet nail clippers are made out of high quality 3.5 mm thick stainless steel sharp blades, it is powerful enough to trim your dogs or cats nails with just one cut, it will stay sharp for years to come for stress-free, smooth, quick and sharp cuts.
  • ★ USER FRIENDLY DESIGN: The professional dog nail clipper is designed to keep you comfortable while grooming your pet at home, it features comfortable, easy grip, non-slip, ergonomic handles which stay safely in place in your hands to ensure ease of use and prevent accidental nicks and cuts.
  • ★ SAFETY STOP SERVES AS A QUICK SENSOR: The dog grooming clippers is safely Outfitted with a safety stop blade that greatly reduces the risk of cutting nails too short and injuring your dog by cutting in to the quick.
  • ★ BONUS: Free mini nail file included to file the sharp nails after cutting your dogs and cats nails ,it is placed comfortably in the left handle of the clipper

Specification: Dog Nail Clippers and Trimmer By Boshel – with Safety Guards to Avoid Over-cutting Nails & Free Nail File – Razor Sharp Blades – Sturdy Non Slip…

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

7.5 x 2.5 x 0.3 inches, 4 Ounces

Item model number

BA-NCOO3

Date First Available

March 11, 2015

Manufacturer

BOSHEL

8 reviews for Dog Nail Clippers and Trimmer By Boshel – with Safety Guards to Avoid Over-cutting Nails & Free Nail File – Razor Sharp Blades – Sturdy Non Slip…

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  1. Avatar of Sandra T

    Sandra T

    These are very well made and perform like they should…….but be careful! They are very sharp and the first time I tried them on my dog, I cut too much and hit the quick on one of his nails. That was a surprise as I assumed the guard would prevent cutting that close and it didn’t. I will have to be more diligent next time. My poor little dog suffered for it and I felt terrible.

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    TechSavvyBuyer

    My pup is really comfortable with me cutting his nails, that being said, he has clear nails so it is easy for me to see his veins so i know where to stop. These clippers have a guard on them which only lets you cut a bit at a time – you can remove this guard if you know what you are doing and cut as long a chunk as you’d like. For me, dealing with a clear nail, i was able to remove the guard to its side so i could cut quicker and more efficiently and so my pup would get irritated with the whole situation. Other reviewers on here gave negative reviews because they didnt know what they were doing! Simply stated, if your dog doesnt have clear nails and its hard to see the blood veins, then start off by clipping really really small lengths at a time. You can ask any vet that. The clipper itself is made very very durable and the metal is strong and sturdy.

    Dont give bad ratings to a product because you dont know how to use it! It worked perfect for us!

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    Ashli Manson

    We have 3 dogs, 2 of which are large breed and 1 is a 4month old (but he is already pushing 50lbs). I bought these clippers to get our puppy used to having his nails done and to also clip the other 2 dogs nails. 1 of them HATES even having her feet touched but she did very well when I used them on her! She’s been clipped too short too many times (crappy groomer) and these worked great! I even clipped our older Pyrenees’ nails, which never need to be cut as she is outside 24/7 and they cut through her tough nails so smoothly! When/if these clippers break or get dull, I am definitely buying another pair!

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    Rod C.

    Don’t put off this chore like I did. Long walks used to keep his nails under control but as he has gotten older and the weather has gotten hotter, I wasn’t paying attention. I replaced the carpet in the living room with wooden floors and suddenly my golden became a doggie version of tap dancing Danny Kaye. I felt horrible but was afraid. It even took me a few days after I got these clippers to get over my fear of using them. They worked like a charm. The gap stop is so helpful and my guy did not complain even once Now we’re shortening the nails over a few weeks time to give the quick time to recede each time. They are very sharp and easy to grip.

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    ThePostmanfromTX

    I have bought clippers in the past and have been mortified that I would cut into my dogs vein. These have a guard that only allows a small portion to be clipped. I looked at each nail, knew that the vein was way off and clipped with confidence.
    I think negative reviews have been doing it wrong see photo.

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    robbi

    I mistakenly bought two different nail clippers while comparing different brands in my cart. I’ve come to the conclusion they’re all the same thing so don’t think too hard on it. I passed on a dremmel because I was afraid it might be too intense or ticklish for my dog. I don’t think it’s necessary anymore.

    I got my dog when he was about nine years old so he should be 11 by now. He is a black Labrador with thick black toenails. I recently noticed he was having trouble getting up on the hardwood floor. I must admit we sort of skipped the puppy part of the manual- the part that mentions that you’re supposed to clip their nails every 1 to 2 weeks.

    So I laid him in the tub on the bath mat. I watched a couple more YouTube videos which really helped with my confidence. On the first naiI I decided the guard was useless and moved it up so I could see better. Taking off literally shavings at a time, I got past the crumbly part to a dark center. When I start to pinch and see the nail give a little I immediately let go and that’s where I’d stop. Out of all ten toes I only got the very tip of a quick. No blood, but I could see a pin size spot of liquid. To finish I clipped off a little layer of the thick top side which rounds it out and supposedly helps the quick recede. To first timers from a first timer, the key is to just go little by little. It took me over half an hour. I had it easy though because my dog is old and just laid there the whole time.

    For as long as I’ve known him his nails hit the floor. Now he is so “stealthy” and I love the sound of his pads on the floor. He now has more traction to help him get up. I highly recommend this product!

    And here of course is an obligatory photo of the old man with his new pedi.. which he’d like me to stop touching now.

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    Customer Service

    We bought these nail trimmers for my very nervous, split prone jack, Lilly. We have tried everything. We’ve tried dozens of nail clippers (these would split her nails and often would not cut all the way through the first time) , a dremel (very noisy and stressful for LilIy), more frequent walks on the pavement, and groomers (expensive and her nails would still get split).

    These are the only clippers that I have found that cuts through the nail without effort and does not split her nails. The nail guard is very convenient and I don’t have to worry so much about cutting her quick. Her nails are very long now so I’m following the instructions and cutting just a little bit off each week to let the quick recede.

    I am very happy with this purchase. It has certainly made my life easier and Lilly doesn’t seem to mind getting her nails clipped as much the process is now much smoother and painless.

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    Grace

    I am a first time user. It took me a month to work up the courage to do it.
    These clippers worked beautifully.
    If you are a first timer like me, watch some You Tube videos it will help and you can feel confident you have good clippers with these.
    I was so relieved.
    My dog has those black nails that added to my fear. She was an angel for me.
    Her nails were so long. I took the tips off. They are still a little long, I am waiting a week or so then will take off a bit more.

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