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Cat nail clippers

Ancol Ergo Cat Nail Clipper Ancol Ergo Cat Nail Clipper
£5.13
£4.90
In stock
Ancol Ergo Cat Nail Clipper The Ancol Ergo Nail Clipper is designed to help you trim a cat's claws comfortably and safety. The clipper has a comfortable non-slip handle and a semi-circular groove in the blade to help you check that the correct amount of claw is being removed. Cats should be comfortable and relaxed before having their claws trimmed. It is recommended that only the very end of the c…
Mikki Scissor Claw Clipper For Small Pets (6376154) Mikki Scissor Claw Clipper For Small Pets (6376154)
£9.49
£7.99
In stock
Mikki Scissor Claw Clipper For Small Pets Precision cutting blades Heat treated for strength and durability Finger rest for extra control Important: Keep out of reach of children The Mikki Nail Clipper has an easy to use scissor action that makes trimming your pet's nails simple to do. The precision cutting blades trim the nail in one smooth action and all Mikki clippers are heat treated to ensure…

Cat Nail Clippers

Easy to use and safe for your pet, our cat nail clippers from Ancol and Mikki, help you to avoid being scratched while keeping your cat comfortable. The ergonomically designed clippers feel stable and secure in your hands and ensure that you remove the correct amount of claw. You will soon feel confident to trim your pet’s claws and you will be able to save yourself regular trips to the groomer or vet.

Why clip your cat’s claws

If your cat loves to knead you or is prone to the odd swipe, you will be aware of just how sharp their claws can be. Your knitwear will certainly be damaged those sharp claws and hat can prove expensive. Many cats manage to keep their claws in check naturally by scratching trees, fences and other surfaces or by using a scratching post. But the claws of domestic cats can grow too long and then break. This is potentially very painful for your pet. Both you and your clothing will also benefit if your cat’s claws are trimmed back.

How often should you trim your pet’s claws?

Cats should feel relaxed and comfortable before you start clipping. They may need to be acclimatised to the process, so begin by trimming a tiny amount every few days until your kitty is more accepting of your efforts. You should then trim the claws when they become so long that they start to protrude from your pet’s fur when retracted. Take care not to cut to the quick and if you are unsure of how to trim the claws, seek advice from an expert.

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