440c Hair Trimming Chunker Grooming Shears For Rounding Off Layers

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: Uniontail Pet
Certification: CE SGS
Model Number: SSE001
Minimum Order Quantity: 2
Price: Negotiable
Delivery Time: 5-25
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 500 per day
Detail Information
Product Name: Pet Grooming Scissors Set Blade Material: 440c & Customized
Handle Material: Stainless Steel Blade Type: Chunker Trimming
Size: 7inch 8inch & Customized Color: Silver & Customized
Usage: Pet Hair Grmming Place Of Origin: China
OEM/ODM: Accept Model: SSE001
Delivery Time: 5-25 Days MOQ: 2 PCS
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Product Description

Product Name

440c Cats Dog Grooming Scissors Set For Pet Hair Trimming

 Pet Grooming Scissors Set
SUS 440C & Customized
Pet Hair Grooming
7 inch 8inch & Customized
Delivery Time
5-25 Days
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440c  Hair Trimming Chunker Grooming Shears For Rounding Off Layers 0


  • Straight scissors for general trimming
  • Curved scissors for rounding off the layers
  • Thinning & Chunker scissors to stop the end of layers looking bulky and for matted hair
  • Round-tipped safety scissor for face and tail

Straight and curved scissors are used to trim the dog’s sides and legs. And rounded safety scissors are used to cut sensitive areas, like the face and tail area. The thinning shears will tackle thick hair and matted sections.

Always keep your scissors well-maintained and sharp, as blunt shears can pull the dog’s hair and cause pain. Scissor-oil is helpful to keep the blades sharp.

Cutting tips

  • Set aside plenty of time to cut your dog’s hair, so you can work slowly and calmly
  • Use a comb between scissors and skin to keep the scissors from nicking your dog’s skin
  • Sharp scissors mean you only need a light touch to cut the hair
  • Cut sections you can hold up to the light and see through
  • Thick hair sections that you can’t lift and see light through will be too close to the skin for painless trimming

Start cutting

Use the straight scissors and start cutting around the top of your pet’s neck. Work your way slowly down from front to back, leaving the face and tail for later. When you’ve done that, trim the sides of the belly and then the legs.

Use the curved shears to go back and soften any unnatural-looking, straight edges. You can also thin-out thick fur, after you’ve cut the hair to the length you prefer. Thinning shears leave a natural-looking, uneven edge.

Face, ears & tail

These are the dog’s most sensitive areas, so focus on getting the body hair trimmed first. If your pet is getting too anxious, you can leave the sensitive trimming for another day. Using the round tipped scissors for safety, carefully trim hairs that cover your pet’s eyes. Then trim away excess hair from around the ears and the tail. This will help avoid matted hair knots developing.

Trimming around dog’s paws

Using the round-tipped scissors, start at the back of the feet and work around to the front, so you can see what you’re cutting. Trim near the leg and up to the toes – only cutting hair that stands out past the toes’ edges and soft pad.

It can be a bit nerve-wracking the first time you cut your dog’s hair, but afterwards it will get easier. The most important point is to stay calm and give your pet extra treats and praise throughout the cutting process.

Contact Details

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