If not, to the groomers he goes and they can do it! Haha.
|I've been using and was recommended blade #10.|
|Sort of not answering your question...|
but I use a curved blade scissors for pads - with a blunt tip. Works great for all but going in deep between the pads. For the deep reaches, I just use my regular pointed tip straight scissors.
|I have a hard time with the andis clipper between the pads, but a|
cheapie beard and mustache trimmer works great. Just make certain
you can't acccidentally nip any skin. I have had one or two that have
been loose enough to catch skin. Try it on the inside of your arm where
the skin is looser before you do the dogs feet. My rule is always try it
on myself first. You can get a decent one for under $20.
|Thank you for the responses! Those are great ideas, I will try them all, trial and error, haha. I get nervous cutting in between the pads but it usually comes out fine, haha.|
|I have always just used a normal smallish pair if scissors. I have just done Sprockets,I crept up on him when he was asleep. I have ear flap problems,no matter how well I do them they always get matted on the ends and edges.x|
|I use whatever I have handy. #10 blade, yeah, that works fine. Also manicure scissors, but be careful!! I've even used the blunt nose scissors uses for his hose hairs......but don't tell him!!|
|I use "scaredy cut" small rounded tip scissors for anything that needs trimming on Eevee, including her paws.|
|I use a little palm clipper or a #10 or #15 blade with a standard clipper. |
|I use small scissors designed to be used for cutting childrens nails with rounded tips.|
|I use small pair of hairdresser ones with a point end. I find them better to cut between the pads & I take my time with these as they are sharp but very good for the job. They cost about £85|
|Decided when he was all worn out, to use my blunt scissors and it worked out just fine! Go me! And him!|
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