Groom Professional Small Nail Clipper For Dogs

Groom Professional Nail Clipper For Dogs Provides Top Class Grooming Results For The Finest Of Pets
  • Treat your pal to a high quality, professional grooming experience
  • Developed in Northern Ireland to premium standards
  • You no longer need to fear trimming your dog’s nails with this safe and easy-to-use device!
  • Dog nails grow continuously throughout their lifetime; therefore, they must be trimmed to prevent problems from occurring
  • Short nails are critical for optimal health and to prevent pain in your dog’s toes
  • By trimming your dog nails, you will keep them more comfortable, happy, and healthy
  • Your dog’s lifestyle will determine how often their nails require trimming.  Dogs who walk regularly on hard surfaces will need their nails trimmed less often than those who walk on soft surfaces
  • The clippers are designed for efficiency, comfort, and ease of use
  • The handles have a soft rubber grip which makes it pleasant to grip   
  • The stainless steel blades are sharp for a clean, efficient cut
  • There is an adjustable metal safety guard that allows you to choose a desired length of the nail to clip
  • The clipper is spring loaded which makes the tool feel fluid in your hand during clipping  
  • There is also a safety lock that keeps the clipper closed when not in use


  • Small: 13cm length x 4cm width x 1cm thick
  • Large: 16.5cm length x 5cm width x 1.5cm thick

Directions for use

  • There are 2 types of pet nails – light and dark nails
  • Trimming light nails is easier because you can usually see the “quick” inside the nails which is darker in colour
  • The goal is to avoid clipping the quick, as this may cause bleeding
  • Dark nails are harder to trim because it is more difficult to see the quick clearly
  • It is recommended to trim small sections of the nail to avoid trimming the quick
  • If you cut the quick/vein, quickly place some ‘styptic powder’ on the end of the bleeding nail
  • Styptic powder is an antiseptic clotting agent
  • If the bleeding does not stop within a few minutes, contact your vet


  • Keep your nail clipper sharp and clean for best results
  • When the clipper loses its sharp edge, it will need to be replaced
  • By keeping the trimmers clean, they should last for multiple years
  • When trimming your dog’s nails, only clip the lighter coloured section of their nails – do not clip the darker coloured area (the quick) because this will cause bleeding

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