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Wahl Cat Nail Clipper

$24.99
Wahl Cat Nail Clipper is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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I262799-Wahl Cat Nail Clipper
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Product details

SKU
I262799
Pet
Cat
Care instructions
Check nails to locate the interior blood vessel (“quick”). On light-coloured nails, the “quick” is easily seen inside the broad base of the nail. On dark nails, it can be seen on the nail’s underside. Be very careful to avoid trimming into the “quick”. Hold your pet’s paw securely with one hand. Clipper should be held with the other hand with screws facing the paw. Position the claw into the clipper opening with the cutting blade on the underside of the nail at the angle shown in the diagram. Trim off a little of each nail. If bleeding occurs, use styptic powder or liquid. If you experience trouble, ask your pet supply dealer, groomer, or veterinarian for advice on nail trimming.
Description
Proper and regular trimming of your pet’s nails is essential for its comfort and well-being. Nails should be checked and maintained every 2-4 weeks depending on its level of activity. HOW TO USE Check nails to locate the interior blood vessel (“quick”). On light-coloured nails, the “quick” is easily seen inside the broad base of the nail. On dark nails, it can be seen on the nail’s underside. Be very careful to avoid trimming into the “quick”. Hold your pet’s paw securely with one hand. Clipper should be held with the other hand with screws facing the paw. Position the claw into the clipper opening with the cutting blade on the underside of the nail at the angle shown in the diagram. Trim off a little of each nail. If bleeding occurs, use styptic powder or liquid. If you experience trouble, ask your pet supply dealer, groomer, or veterinarian for advice on nail trimming.
Rated 5 out of 5 by WhenSee from Wahl cat nail clipper Excellent product, easy and safe.
Date published: 2024-06-01
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