Nail clippers are a quick way to trim those talons that could seriously use some TLC, but you might be surprised at the number of options. When clipping (especially if your dog has solid black toenails) the biggest concern dog parents have is cutting too close to the quick, which delivers the nail’s blood supply. Nail grinders can help in that department, though they take a little longer to get the job done, but good old fashioned clippers are just as effective.
Safari offers a fantastic pair of nail trimmers with grooved handles that make your grip totally secure. The sharp, stainless steel blades also feature a safety stop to keep you from cutting too close to the quick. Don’t forget to give treats after every session! Or, preferably, every paw.
Sometimes tiny nails can be a bit of a challenge for our larger human hands, and these scissor-style clippers make the job easier. The handle has a non-slip coating, and the steel blades are just the right size to tackle teeny toes.
These clippers are great for dogs of all sizes, and even include a nail file hidden in the handle to smooth those rough post-clip edges. No need to bring in a Dremel to finish off the job!
I’m all about staying safe and saving space, even if it’s hidden away in a drawer. The locking closure on these clippers keeps the blade safely enclosed and closes the spring for easy storage. The stainless steel blade itself is sharp for clean cuts, with a safety guard built right in.
There’s nothing worse than clipping your dog’s nails and dealing with the sharp, scratchy aftermath. The stainless steel blades do the hard work, while the included nail file smooths the surface for the perfect at-home pawdicure.