<p>Nail clippers are made of quality stainless for long lasting sharpness. They allow you to trim nails with ease. A safety stopper helps prevent over-cutting. The large and thick blade versions are for heavy-duty work and may also be used for docking tails and declawing. The thinner blade version can be used for lighter work.
For large breeds
Heavy duty stainless steel blade
Spring loaded action
Anti slip handle
1. Do not cut off too much nail each time. If pets' nails are long, cut off a small portion and wait for 7 to 10 days before cutting again. Repeat cutting every 7 to 10 days until nails are cut to desired length.</p>
<li>Cut off the top of the nail with a fast and single clip. Be careful not to cut the blood vessel (the quick) to avoid bleeding.</li>
<li>Follow up with Pet Nail File to make the nails smooth.
On dark nails, the blood vessel is visible only from the underside of the nail. Please consult your vet for any questions.</li>