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Resco Pro-Series Scissor Trimmers
Resco Pro-Series Scissor Trimmers 7 7
Not worth the money I have four large doges and used these clippers 6 times. The blade is so dull I had to throw them in the trash. Not enough bang for the buck. 03/14/2014
Clipping I am surprised that you have no caution. It is imperative that one must not clip the nails too short. If the nail has been allowed to grow too long, the nerve endings also grow. What might seem to be a normal cut back of the nail, could actually cut into that nerve, causing excruciating pain and bleeding. I am not an expert, but, I would think you are. I am sure you can provide the necessary cautions. 10/14/2013
Great Clippers I have had these clippers for several years now and I love them. They are heavy duty, not like the flimsy ones you buy at the pet stores for an even higher price. I use them with my medium size dog and two cats. They are sharp enough for my dogs nails and the lock doesn't get in the way like many others I have tried. I will be purchasing another paid to give to my mom. 06/30/2013
Great for Small - Med dogs Just bought these clippers after trying to use the guiloten type from pet smart (green plastic handle ones) (junk). These clippers on the other hand are very heavy duty and are sharp. Normally my Pugs's hate to have their nails clipped. But with these I was able to trim them without too much fuss. Very nice trimmers. The only reason I have not given it a 5 star is because it is new and have not put any time on them. 07/08/2010
best puchase in a long time I bought these because the pet stores were charging too much money to trim my dogs nails, plus Radar hated going, howled like a coyote every time. With these, he just sits there and lets me cut his nails. I have 3 dogs and the cost of these clippers has already paid for itself. 01/09/2010
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Answer:Mike, if you accidentally cut your dog's toenail too short, you can stop the bleeding by applying a styptic pencil to the bleeding nail. Dip the styptic pencil in water and apply to the nail, gently rotating the styptic pencil until the bleeding stops. If you don't have a styptic pencil, you can also apply flour or corn starch to the bleeding nail.
Answer:To avoid cutting too much of the nail off, you should look closely at the nail so you can identify the quick and be sure to cut above that. If your dog has white nails, you should be able to see the pink-colored quick. For dogs with dark toenails, you may not be able to see the quick.
from the three reviews I read they may not be heavy duty enough. Is this correct?
We hope you and your pet are doing well today. Yes, the Resco Pro-Series Scissor are a professional grade nail timmers. They are great for thick, thin and spliting nails.We look forward to helping you and your pet again.
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