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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful.
Excellent dog nail clipper
By PHILIP SCHNEIDER
I had a Guillotine clipper before this Andis. It sucked.
The handles were too small for my large man's hand and I ended up pinching myself
on almost every cut. The cut often turned out ragged. The edges of the old clipper
looked sharp but weren't. The metal was cheap steel.
The Andis has large handles. They fit nice in my large man's hands. The blades are shaped
into a crescent and cut the nails with no rough edges. The cutting edges are very sharp.
The clipper has a safety plate on which you position the dogs nail. When positioned,
the clipper will remove only about an 1/8th inch of nail. No more cutting into the quick
and blood all over.
The clipper is all stainless steel. It looks like it'll outlast my dog Foxy.
Nice goin Andis, you make a simple tool that does the job very well.
Amazon does an excellent job of handling the business end. My Andis clippers arrived
in 4 business days as promised.
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
Best dog nail clipper on the market.
By Wandering boy
Dog nail clippes are a problem....some are too hard to see what you are doing, resulting in hurting your pet by clipping too deep. Others are cheaply made which results in an uneven cut or forcing you to use too much pressure, which can actually bend the nail back, also hurting your pet.
This clipper is very solid, the blade is very sharp, giving you a very clean, quick cut. Also, the opening is quite large, allowing you to easily slip it over the nail and being able to see just how deep you are cutting. The handle is very comfortable to hold, and dies not slip in your hand, which is another thing that hard plastic or metal grips can do...resulting, again, in a hurt dog. The grip on this clipper is a rubber/plastic that is semi soft, so it is comfortable and does not slip.
All in all, the very best clipper I've used. I had tried the kind that has the "light" that supposedly shows you it's ok to clip.....worthless. Light was constantly going from red to green, and told me nothing. I almost always either cut too deep or not deep enough. I trashed them, bought this one and could not be happier....and my dog doesn't fight me anymore when it's time to clip.
Highly recommend this clipper.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful. See all 119 customer reviews...
4 Paws up enthusiastically
By P. Smith
Tried out the Andis Nail Clipper for the first time, today. It cut cleanly (didn't crush) and after making the first cut, I was able to pare away small amounts of nail without a problem. The Andis Nail Clipper made it easy for me to do the job quickly and precisely. I've been doing my dogs' nails for over 40 years and I'm comfortable doing this task. However, trimming a medium-large dog's nails can be such an ordeal especially if the tool isn't up to the task. No more of the "orange handle grip" brand. This is a superior product and I'm delighted with the way it performs.