Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Is clipping your pet's nails stressful?


Do you dread having to clip your dog's nails?  I sure do -- I am always worried that I will cut too much or hurt our dog.  When I was recently given the opportunity to try the Epica Pet Nail Clipper, I was excited to give it a try!

Our dog is a wonderful 10 year old part of the family!  Butkus is a gentleman AND a scholar!  Trimming his nails is no longer such a stressful event!



The Epica Pet Nail Clipper is made of quality stainless steel and very durable.  It won't bend or rust and the blades stay sharp through many clippings.  I like that you really don't have to work as hard as with other clippers and you can tell where you are going.   It doesn't leave any ragged edges and makes a nice clean cut!

Butkus walks much easier on our hardwood floors because his worries of slipping are diminshed.  The clippers that I received are perfect for his size.  The Epica Clipper also has a safety lock that is easy to engage that keeps the blades closed when not in use.  The handle is so comfortable -- it has a rubber grip that ensures you don't have to hold with a death grip that you have to use with many others!

You can find the Epica Pet Nail Clipper at Amazon.com HERE.  I highly recommend them!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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8 comments:

  1. I STILL WOULD CUT TOO SHORT, I MEAN MY DOG HAS BLACK NAILS. EVEN WITH THE CLIPPER'S YOUR SHOWING,, THEY MAY CUT CLEAN AND SHARP BUT DO YOU REALLY KNOW WHERE THE VEIN IN THE PAW IS?

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    1. I would have to see your dog's paw before answering. I know that these clippers work really really well and my dog appreciates it!

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  2. i like this, i have no fur pets but will tell my friends about it

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  3. I may have to check these out. Having 3 dogs, it's a chore to clip their nails. I hate having to make the experience more uncomfortable for them with crummy nail clippers.

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  4. I was always worried about cutting their flesh.

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  5. Awww...he is so cute. My chocolate is 10 too. Just attempted to trim nails yesterday...attempt being the key word. Will check these out

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  6. My inlaws never clip their dog's claws. Not until they are long enough to puncture and require stitches anyway. Then they break down and take him to a pet store to get it done. It would be so nice to have a tool on hand to just do it ourselves. One time expense, would pay for itself so quickly too. Thanks for the review.

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  7. I bring my dog to the 'spa' to have his nails clipped and he is bathed and pampered too. I once cut his nails too short and he was in pain and I was in more pain knowing I had hurt him

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