Sick of paying top dollar on never ending grooming bills? Now you
won't even need to leave the comfort of your home to have a
professionally groomed dog! Never book another expensive grooming
appointment ever again! Groom your pet when you want to in the
convenience of your own home! Imagine all the money you'll save! This
premium quality pet clipper is the ultimate grooming solution for your
pet. It is used by both pet owners and professional groomers to achieve
the perfect cut for your pet everytime!
The high carbon steel blade is guaranteed to stay sharp longer and
operate cooler. The quiet motor and ergonomic design makes grooming
easier than ever! This clipper is heavy duty and can handle most types
of fur, it's guaranteed to last! It's such a practical, easy solution
for your pet grooming needs at an unbeatable price! Your pet will be the
envy of the neighbourhood after getting a quick and easy shave from
this professional pet clipper!
The pet clippers I ordered
from you are fantastic. It seemed like I ordered them one day and the
next they were here. They work really well and best of all they're nice
and quiet so Rosie (our dog) doesn't get scared when it's time for a
haircut. I highly recommend your store and the pet clippers! Thank you
"My name's Melissa McCarthy,
and I recently purchased a pet clipper from yourself. My partner Scott
has recently used your product for our King Charles Cavalier "Brodie"
and we are very happy with your clippers, "Brodie", especially as its
going to be 38 degrees in a couple of days and he has a very thick
coat. They worked very well on Brodie's long fur, and are very
impressed, thank you!"
- Melissa, Scott and Brodie
- Attachable blade system for quick easy blade changes
- Cutting length easily adjustable with spinning dial
- 15 Watt Motor
- Quick easy cutting
- It won't scare your pet with the incredibly quiet motor
- Matched with four smart designed attachment guide combs
- Ergonomic deign makes it comfortable to hold and use and doesn't get hot in your hand
- Suitable for miniature horse, cat, dog, rabbit, etc
- Easy blade changes
- Australian Plug
- 1 Professional Pet Clipper
- 4 attachment quide combs
- 1 Oil Flask
- 2 grooming Combs
- 1 Cleaning Brush
- 1 Comb Guard
- Step 1-WASH:
It is important that you thoroughly wash and condition your dog's fur to
remove all dirt and debris from your dog's coat. Using a flea shampoo
will help remove any uninvited guests that may be taking residence in
your dog's coat. Always rinse with luke warm water after lathering.
- Step 2-DRY:
Towel dry to remove excess water. A hand dryer is recommended to
thoroughly dry the coat. Ensure that the hand dryer is set to cool/warm
setting and not hot. You don't want to overheat your pet. Always allow
your dog drinking water during grooming. Remember that your dog's coat
must be thoroughly dry before clipping. A wet coat will only cause the
clipper to snag and cause premature corosion of the blade.
- Step 3-COMB: "If you can't comb it, you can't clip" Comb your dog during the drying stage to get rid of all knots.
- Step 4-CLIP:
Now it's time to clip. Providing that the first three steps have been
completed you will have no problem grooming your dog. Remember to re-oil
the cutting blade while groming. Clean the blade of all excess hair
before putting away.
You may want to shave your dog for a number of reasons. Perhaps his
loong hair makes him uncomfortable on hot summer days or he is going
through a period of heavy shedding and you want to alleviate the mess.
Before you grab those clippers, here are a few things to consider.
Start with your dog's face. Attach a #10 blade to your clippers and
carefully shave long hair between the eyes and ears. Be extremely
careful. If the dog is moving around, wait until he calms down. Stay at
least 1 inch away from eyes.
Raise the dog's legs. Next on the list is the underarm area. Pull fur
and skin taught and shave away from your hand in a smooth motion.
Follow by shaving the under-tail area. This is especially helpful in
longhaired breeds that tend to get feces stuck in their fur.
Talk reassuringly to your dog through out the proccess and reward him
when you're done. Take timeouts as needed. If the shave becomes
traumatic for your dog, he will resist even more the next time it needs
to be done.
Don't shave a dog too closely in the summer. Dogs depend on their fur
for protection from the sun. They can sunburn easily. Keep at least 1
inch on his coat for protection.
Caring for your Clipper Blades...
- Do not attempt to operate your clippers without first oiling the blades.
- Do not use WD 40 or other similar solvents/scouring agents to clean the clipper or the blades.
- Blades need to be regularly sharpened to keep a good cutting edge, and they must be constantly oiled during use.
- Cleaning of the blades and inside of the clipper head should be
thoroughly carried out after every clipping session to avoid a build up
of hair and dirt.
- Remove all traces of oil and hair with a small stiff brush and wipe
the blades clean with a dry clean cloth. You can use a small oil paint
brush – the stubby type – This will enable you to remove most of the
muck, after which a good "blow" will usually do the rest! Try to avoid a
build up of dirt and hair – it makes cleaning easier for next time!
- When completely free from hair clippings and oil, re oil all working
parts within the head of the clipper and likewise to the blades to
prevent any occurrence of rust.
- Remember even the smallest spots of rust can have an adverse effect
on the cutting performance of the blades - in some cases making clipping