Keep your dog perfectly primped
Here are some helpful tips when choosing the right dog grooming clippers:
How thick is your dog's fur? Does your dog have an undercoat? What length do you want your dog's hair to be? These are important questions to ask yourself when choosing
dog grooming clippers
to ensure you buy the correct blade length.
Check to see if the blade has an adjustable cutting length. It is also worth considering whether you would be more comfortable using
dog grooming scissors
around sensitive areas, like the dog's face and ears.
The speed settings on the dog grooming clippers are very important; lower cycles per minute (e.g. 3100) are ideal for fine fur or shearing to the skin, while higher cycles per minute (e.g. 4100) are perfect for thick fur.
The weight of the clippers, the length of the cord and whether the design is non-slip or not are all important factors to bear in mind when purchasing dog clippers.
When grooming your dog, do not forget to:
Maintain your blades
: You should apply oil to the clipper blades regularly during continuous use - every 3-4 minutes is the optimum. The blades will wear out more quickly if there is insufficient oil between the metal surfaces.
Clean your dog
: Matted/sandy/dirty fur may dull the razor blades. It is recommended that you ensure your dog's fur is clean and dry before you begin grooming.
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