- Material: ABS
- Voltage: 110v-240v/50Hz-60Hz
- Power Supply: A - built-in battery; B - stabilized voltage supply
- Charging Time: 8 hours
- Cable Length: 1000mm/39.4in
- Size: Approx. 150 x 42 x 30mm/5.9 x 1.7 x 1.2in (L x W x Dia.)
- Module 1-Length control; Module 2-Dense hair cutting, Module 3-Precision cutting
- Very easy to use
- Plug and play
- Streamline design and easy to handle
- Ceramic knife
- After full Charging, it could be used for about 90 minutes continuously
- The pet grooming clipper features high quality material and can use for a long time
- This dog grooming clipper has powerful electro-magnetic motor
- Senior motor, running quiet, increase intimacy when the dog clipper using
- Features a sturdy, comfortable handle of the dog clipper
- This pet grooming clipper is a great ideal for light duty clipping and trimming
- The all in one pet grooming clipper is a powerful, compact tool equipped
- PAOLI Pet Grooming Clipper is high-powered, pivot-motor pet clipper perfect for trimming around the face and ears
- It is well made, packaged, streamlined fuselage, any angle can easily shaving, holding a comfortable, simple
- The all in one dog grooming clipper is a powerful, compact tool equipped with an adjustable stainless steel blade and smooth-running maintenance-free rotary motor
- It's directly applicable for AC supply charge through the transformer
- The Pet Trimmer adopts the high-hardness hair clipper blade
- The Pet Grooming Clipper prevents stuck into the gross amount of the blade to facilitate your dog's hair length, thickness according to an ensemble
- This pet grooming clipper will be a perfect gift for your pets
- Adjustable protection knife can cut 3/6/9/12MM size
- Works on all types of dog and cat hair
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More TIPS about grooming details
How to Groom a Dog Using Clippers?
Grooming your own dog can be rewarding and save you money. Using clippers to cut the dog's fur is a simple way to give them a new look. Many dog breeds need to be groomed regularly to keep fur from becoming tangled and eventually matted. Dog owners enjoy the easy maintenance of a dog with a clipped coat. A clipped haircut can also be helpful to keep a dog cool during the hot summer months.
- Use a slicker brush to thoroughly brush the dog and remove any knots from the fur. This will allow the clippers to move easily through the hair.
- Bathe the dog to remove any dirt or debris from the coat. Thoroughly dry the dog and brush the hair to remove any tangles that may have formed from its bath.
- Choose the guard size you want to use and attach it to the clippers. The number on the guard will let you know the length of the hair that will be left on the dog.
- Take the clippers and begin cutting the hair at the base of the neck, moving toward the tail. Keep the clippers flat against the skin for an even cut.
- Cut alongside the previous cut from the neck toward the tail. Continue cutting the hair on the dog's back and sides until the coat is even.
- Place the clippers at the shoulders pointing toward the dog's feet. Move the clippers in a downward motion to clip the hair on the leg. Repeat the steps until all of the hair on the leg is cut.
- Clip the hair on the remaining front leg. Start at the hip area and move in a downward motion to trim the hair on the back legs.
- Hold the dog up by holding its front legs in your hand. The dog should be standing on its back legs.
- Trim the hair on the dog's stomach by clipping from the chest, along the stomach, toward the tail.
- Lift the tail and trim the area around the anus. Be sure not to touch the anus with the clippers.
- Trim the hair on the dog's head, being cautious of the dog's eyes. Trim the ears by placing the clippers at the top of them and moving toward the end.
Dog Grooming Clipping Tips
Long-haired dogs such as cocker spaniels, Maltese and poodles come with the added complication of hair that continues to grow throughout their lifetime. This makes it necessary to give these dogs grooming that goes above and beyond simple bathing. A large part of this grooming is clipping away excess hair to keep the dog clean and cool. Although there are professional groomers to take care of this, they can be expensive. Many people choose to learn how to shave dogs for themselves to avoid this expense.
- Start Early
- It's important to start clipping puppies early so that they get used to the sound and feel. Clippers can be loud, and the fact that they run along a dog's body can be intimidating and shocking to dogs. Like any training, it's easiest and safest to introduce them to this and get them used to it when they're young, small and docile. Sometimes it's easier to take very young puppies to a professional groomer so that they learn about clipping, and then take over the chore when they're older.
- Choose Clippers Wisely
- Clippers have a wide variety of blade sizes. These blades are numbered and cut hair to different lengths. They are also unique in their ability to deal with longer hair, and in their efficiency against coat textures. Some blades will do well with the long, silky hair of a Maltese but be useless against the short, fuzzy coat of a poodle.
- Prepare the Dog
- Dogs should be freshly washed and dry for clipping. It's also a good idea to comb out the dog's hair. Clean, tangle-free hair will make the clipping faster and more painless. Anyone clipping a dog should decide on the cut they're giving before they start. Different breeds of dog have different cuts that are breed standard and ideal for that particular dog. Deciding on this ahead of time makes the clipping session easier and faster.
- Clip the Dog
- Clipping should start where the hair is thinner, like the chin and face, to ease the dog back into the feel of the clippers. The groomer then moves on to the body and legs. Clippers are run against the hair growth for efficient clipping. They are moved in long, slow strokes. During a clipping session, dogs are given frequent breaks in action. This keeps the dog comfortable and gives clippers a chance to cool off.
How to Choose a Dog Grooming Clipper?
Dog grooming can be easy and painless for both you and your pet with the right clippers. A quality pair of clippers will last through years of grooming and cut fur quickly and efficiently. Clippers are available in all different price ranges, features and styles. Choosing the right one for your dog takes a little research. Here is a guide to help you select the clipper that meets your needs.
- Decide if you need the clipper for touch-up trims in between professional cuts or for full grooming. Will you be your pet's groomer? Dogs with short or thin fur are easy to groom at home. Dogs with thick or curly fur are best groomed by professionals. A dog who is extremely fearful of grooming may accept grooming from an owner better than a stranger. If you plan to groom your pet exclusively, you need a professional clipper with more speeds and features. Basic clippers with one speed work well for dog owners who will only trim the dog's fur occasionally in between grooming visits.
- Learn about dog clippers. Look up dog clipper information on-line and in pet supply catalog to find out features and price ranges. Go to the library and glance through dog care books for any information on clippers. Don't rely on product descriptions alone. Read product reviews on-line to get a true feel for clipper quality and performance. Once you understand the range of products available, you can make an informed decision and avoid overpaying or purchasing an unsuitable clipper.
- Get an expert recommendation. Ask your dog's veterinarian or groomer to recommend a clipper. Some veterinarians and groomers recommend certain brands for strong reasons. When you receive a recommendation, ask the expert what makes the clipper better than other types. Be sure to let the expert know how often you will use the clipper. She might recommend a basic clipper and a professional clipper based on your needs.
- Make a decision about clipper speed. Do you need one speed or two speeds? A single speed is generally enough for thin and normal fur. A single speed clipper can work for most grooming needs. Thick fur generally needs a higher clipping speed. You may also want a dual speed clipper if you groom your dog frequently.
- Determine ease of use. Is the clipper user-friendly? You want to consider blade removal and attachment, the shape, available speed, clipping performance, sturdiness, maintenance and heating issues. Choose a clipper with an ergonomic shape to fit your hand without straining your wrist, elbow and arm. Look for clippers that have an easy way to remove and attach blades. You want a clipper that is easy to maintain and will not get too hot in your hand during clipping. Make sure the clipper is sturdy and will not break easily if you accidentally drop it. Product reviews are good places to look for information on a clipper's performance and quality.
- Think about noise level. Will a loud clipper annoy you and scare your dog? Quality clippers generally feature quiet, fast motors. Look for clippers with quiet motors to keep your dog comfortable during grooming.
- Consider clipper maintenance issues such as overheating and oiling. Some clippers overheat easily. These clippers often have fans and air vents to cool down the engine. The air vents easily get clogged with fur during grooming causing overheating. When overheating occurs, you have to pause the grooming in order to clean the fur out of the air vents. Then you must spray coolant on the blade to prevent burning your dog or yourself. Once the clipper and blades cool off, you can resume grooming. This can add time to the grooming process. A professional clipper with a cool running unit will save time and frustration. The cool running unit prevents the clipper from overheating and does not require coolant sprays.A basic clipper might require you to periodically dismantle and oil internal parts. Maintenance-free clippers were lubricated in the factory and do not require dismantling and oil applications. Only the detachable blades should require oil for cleaning and lubrication.
- Take cords into consideration. Do you prefer cordless clippers? Cordless clippers make sense if you will be grooming your dog in an area that is far from an electrical outlet. Cordless clippers are also more portable.
- Determine how much you want to spend on a clipper. Quality clippers generally range in price from $40 to $200, depending on the speeds and features. The amount you spend depends upon your need. Buy the basic clipper if you are only trimming the dog between professional groomings. You will have to spend more for professional clippers. Shop around for the best deals.
- Learn the proper way to groom your dog. If you decide to groom your own pet, learn the best methods to take care of his fur type and the correct way to operate clippers and use grooming tools. Read a dog care book on grooming and ask your dog's veterinarian for tips. Knowledge of the correct grooming process can make grooming your dog a comfortable and rewarding experience.
- 1 x Hair Clipper
- 1 x Power Supply
- 1 x Brush
- 1 x Oil
- 1 x Module 1
- 1 x Module 2
- 1 x Module 3
- 1 x User Manual