Dog Grooming Supplies - Clippers, Combs, and More | Jeffers Pet
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Using the proper dog grooming supplies is key to the professional look you will need for your dog grooming salon or in the show. We carry the finest lines Combs and Nail Clippers, from trusted names like Oster and Andis. We also carry a complete line of water bottle feeders.
Now, for Poodles that are overgrown and do not require a lot of topknot hair to create their ideal profile, I have another trick. I have experimented with the longer lengths of the Oster metal guide combs on my A6 clipper. I make sure the top knot is perfectly brushed out, then I take the two-in. attachment—or on smaller dogs the 1 ½-in. attachment—from the eyes all the way down the neck a few times. Make sure the head is parallel to the ground when doing it. Then, follow the above tips, and you will make an overgrown, intimidating topknot manageable.
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Electric clippers made for trimming dog hair are available in either rechargeable or plug-in styles. Blades sizes customize grooming to individual coats, and snap-on guide combs keep the trim even across your dog’s body.A few additional things to remember: if you have one of those occasional dogs that the clipper burns at the lightest touch of the blade, try using only combs. The #5 comb will provide you with a length close to that of a #10 blade. Keep in mind, when using a Shear Magic or another vacuum clipper system, the lengths should be adjusted accordingly, as the pull of the vacuum will make them shorter! Do not spray Snap-on combs with coolant or any aerosol, as this may degrade the plastic. To clean, run under warm soapy water and dry off gently.A good dog clipper is quiet and has attachable blade combs. Ask an employee from the pet store to demonstrate how to attach and remove the different sizes of blades.The other thing is to learn to use snap-on combs which fit right over the blade and result in longer lengths of haircuts. Most of the models that don't have interchangeable blades come with a few snap-on combs for you to try using. I do not recommended this for the amateur groomer/owner simply because of the frustration factor. When using snap-on combs, known as combs for short, the coat must be thoroughly brushed out with no mats. When this is achieved and you get the comb to go through the coat without snagging in the hair, you will still have to scissor it all afterwards to get a neat, uniform appearance. This is because it is very difficult to get comb cuts to look even and not choppy, and takes quite a bit of skill (practice). Honestly, most groomers greatly dislike doing comb cuts (yes they make combs for professional clippers too) because of the reasons I just stated. I have found that comb cuts are easier to perform on pets with wire type coats such as terrier mixes, jack russels, cairn terriers, border terriers, westies, and wire fox terriers. If you have one of these dogs, you may like it.