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sclmarm
Jul. 6th, 2014 10:33 pm (UTC)
I've never had good luck with little clippers like that. They often won't hold the charge, the blade dulls quickly and they stop working for no good reason. I think it's better to use just regular clippers. I did when I had my rough coat BC and it worked fine. I've gone to buying corded tools. I don't use them often enough to keep them charged. With the corded I can plug them in and I'm ready to roll.
dinahprincedaly
Jul. 6th, 2014 10:42 pm (UTC)
I don't understand how they don't club the pads too... Clippers terrify me. I've always used scissors on Stella's feet. I wish I was brave enough to try. It looks so quick and neat
sclmarm
Jul. 7th, 2014 06:06 am (UTC)
I've clipped a LOT(like 100's) of horses muzzles, ears, bridle paths, fetlocks etc and never cut them with clippers. That's with them behaving like asshats too. You can't get much more delicate than a horses muzzle. I don't see how you do her feet with scissors! That's seems a lot more scary than clippers!
talesofmyboys
Jul. 7th, 2014 05:57 am (UTC)
I agree with Bonnie. Those Wahl clippers are notorious for not lasting long. Treat them as disposable. I love small clippers for feet for it is worth to spend more and get a better quality clipper.
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