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Which Andis Dog Clipper Set Makes The Cut

Updated on May 10, 2012

What Brand of Dog Clippers to Choose

When it comes to buying your own set of dog clippers it can be a little confusing when it comes to deciding between speeds, grips, price, and brands. This hub will help you decide on the brand I recommend to anyone. The brand is Andis Dog Clippers because andis has been around for decades and still seems to amaze my with the durability. My clipper set is going on 8 years now and nothing slowing it down.

Things to know before buying or going to look.

  • Dogs hair type. (curly, straight, long, thick, fur or hair)
  • How still will your dog be when grooming.
  • is your dog afraid of loud buzzing.
  • Has your dog ever been groomed.
  • What Size is your dog.

Choosing Where To Buy.

When it comes to buying your dog clippers you want to be careful where you go. Large retail stores can pressure you and usually the help has never even groomed a dog. If you would like great advice take to the dog groomers in the salon they are always more than willing to help you and even give you some pointers.

If the groomer will not help you then your best bet is to search else were. I like to buy my andis dog clippers and supplies from Amazon because if you don't like them you can return them without hassle.

Heavy Duty Andis Dog Clippers

Heavy duty clippers are great for dogs with:

  • Curly Hair
  • Long or Thick Hair
  • Huskys,Golden Retrievers, Poodles, mini poodles.

The price is a little more expensive but is worth it. It can never hurt to get a heavy duty even when not needed. The other clippers could burn out or wear down quickly if used on a dog with hair like a poodle.

Andis Sog Clipper Sets

This is a great choice for anyone who wants to.

  • Dog Trimming
  • No Shave Down
  • Sanitary Cuts
  • Short hair dogs

The price for these kits is always reasonable because it comes with many different attachments to allow you to experiment.

These clippers are usually really quiet and won't make a lot of noise were the 2-speed clippers and the heavy duty can be noisy.

Semi Heavy Duty Andis Pet Clippers

Then you have your middle of the line andis clippers that will cut the hair of dogs that don't have matted hair or real thick. Most dogs fall under these clippers.

  • Not so noisy
  • Affordable
  • 4x4 drive to get hard to cut areas.


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