Dog nail clipper?

i am looking for perfect dog nail clipper for my jojo. please do recommend some.
Thanks regards.

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  • Nile
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    I've got Mikki nail clippers- had them for quite some years. Seem to do the job fine once hounds have been bribed!!
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  • sheramber
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    I would recommend you get the guillotine type rather than the scissor type unless the nails are fine ones.

    The scissor type can crush the nail rather than cutting it cleanly.
  • krlyr
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    The Millers Forge brand are good. Another option is to Dremel your dog's nails - the dog needs introducing to it but many take to it better than nail clippers, and you can get a smoother finish.
  • mtbbuxton
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    I have a pair of these https://www.dfordog.co.uk/dog-nail-clippers.html which we all get along well with. They also make a guillotine style if you'd prefer them :)https://www.dfordog.co.uk/guillotine-dog-nail-clippers.html

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  • Brynsam
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    Your vet should be able to recommend the best type for your pet.
  • w06
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    I've tried a few but always resort back to human toe nail clippers, the joy of dogs with black claws (can't see the quick) and an emery board

    Just bought a battery powered Wahl grinder which has been very well tolerated
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