Dog Hair Cutting Tools - Make the Job Easier with Wahl Pet Clippers
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To go directly to the topic of this blog, cutting long and curly HAIR on those breeds, even cutting it short, does not cause damage. If you want to shave down your Poodle or Shih Tzu and can protect it from the elements using other tools, you will not cause any long term problems for your dog’s coat and skin.
In terms of cutting hair, one can use either the human hair clippers, or the animal/dog hair clippers. These tools are not the same, as the scissors and razor blades only cut short surface hairs. Clippers are known by some as trimmers. At a distant glance, both human and clippers may look the same, but they are very different in terms of their specific features.
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The teeth of a thinning shear are set so they only cut the hair where the spaced out teeth actually meet, thus resulting in a non-obvious, very forgiving trim. You have to open and close the scissors several times to remove more and more hair until you are happy with the amount you have removed. Because of this, you can also use them to break up mats by cutting into the matt several times and then using your brush to pull out what you have cut. Eventually, you will have the matt out and there will still be hair left, rather than a big bald spot from just using a scissor to chop it out. Thinning shears can also do something that regular scissors can't. They can create a very natural, soft look, as opposed to the blunt, hard edge you get with other scissors. One caution when using these scissors, though, is that they are very unforgiving to skin. If you accidentally grab the dogs skin with these, you can cause a lot of damage with just one mistake. The teeth of a thinning shear will bite and grind skin instead of just slicing like a regular scissor. But please don't let that discourage you from trying to use them. I'm telling you this so that you can be an informed and careful owner who knows that all tools have to be handled with safety in mind.Annmarie, you can use a less heavy duty clipper for a poodle with fine hair, but the real downfall is that most of these models (marketed specifically to pet owners through places like Petco) do not have interchangeable blades. Therefore, if the blade goes dull, you can't sharpen it, and you also have to rely on combs for a longer length, which can be frustrating unless your dog is perfectly combed out. The combs often get stuck on a matt and yank off of the clipper head, and then you end up cutting a huge super short gash in areas you were trying to leave the hair longer. Again, you do have choices with a fine haired dog like a poodle, but I like to stress that in grooming tools, you "get what you pay for". Glad you are going to try it, good luck, you can do it!No matter if it’s for human hair clippers or dog grooming tools, Oster are famous for their heavy duty motors and sharp, smooth cutting blades. For its price range, this heavy duty dog clipper brings you impressive speed: 3000 or 4000 strokes per minute, depending on the setting you choose.These silent pet clippers cut through matted hair well without getting stuck or making an uneven cut. Matted hair can become very unsanitary and dangerous for a dog to have, so possessing tools that prevent that hair from continuing to pose a hazard is imperative. These clippers make it easy for even the least talented of hair cutters to be able to do a neat job.