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Pet Grooming Clippers

Updated on July 20, 2009

Pet grooming clippers are able to cope with even the thickest of hair to make home grooming for a dog a simple process. A powerful, and lightweight rotary motor clipper delivers sufficient power to trim all coats types, and fits the hand well.  A clipper set needs to be fairly quiet so that it doesn't terrorize a dog. It can also help if a dog has a laid-back and relaxed temperament especially on the first occasion or until a good grooming technique is acquired.

Supplies to assist in the pet grooming process often consists of such accessories as a pet grooming table, scissors, blades and shedding tools, to de-matting tools, shampoos and conditioners, and nail care kits.

Pet Grooming Supplies

If shopping for a pet grooming equipment it’s crucial that the clipper are up to the task at hand. A basic set of clippers might cope with a small dog breed, such as a Shih Tzu, but if a larger dog breed is in need of a trim its often more worthwhile to invest in a professional quality set.

Andis, Oster, and Wahl all manufacture a series of high-quality pet clipper kits and accessories. A full set of grooming supplies often consists of a corded clipper, durable storage case, attachment combs, comb, stainless steel shears, as well as oil and brushes to maintain the clippers. Full instructions also feature, often in the shape of a complete step-by-step guide on how to groom a family pet - a demonstration DVD is often advisable to watch prior to practicing on a dog.

Professional Pet Groomers

If not keen on the prospect of clipping a pet's coat for whatever reason the option is always open to use a professional service - either at a local vets or with a mobile pet grooming company. A service that can save some time for today's busy pet owners, as well as making a dogs life that much nicer. Grooming services often consist of clipping, shampooing, a brush out, cleaning ears, trimming nails, etc. All in all, a flexibility approach for pet grooming with the ability to book an appointment to suit.

Whether it’s the services of a mobile groomer or a set of home pet grooming clippers that are to be used - grooming can work well with all breeds - irrespective of which dog [A to Z Dog Breeds] is in need of attention. With the ideal set of clippers or salon to hand its going to make the difficult task of giving a pet a hair cut that much easier.


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