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Tips For Selecting and Caring for Professional Dog Grooming Scissors

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It is no secret that pet grooming is booming in today's market. And while increasing the style and care of pets certainly means more business for you, it also means that you will have to work harder than ever to keep up with the competition.

While tactics like having a strong presence in social networks and the right pet care software are incredibly important? You should also make sure you have the best tools for the job.

In this post, we will tell you how to choose the best dog grooming scissors for professional groomer starting their own company.

So, we will also tell you how to take care of your dog grooming scissors for better use. At the end of this post, you will have the best shears that are worth showing, and your two and four-legged customers will love the results.


Different types of care for professional dog scissors

First, let's talk about some of the many different types of dog grooming shears available.

Often, you should make sure you have at least one of each type of shear, to work with specific breeds and types / lengths of fur.

First, you must invest in a pair of bevel shears. They work for virtually all types of breeds and sizes of dogs.

It is known that bevel scissors can cut from the entire length of the pin to the tips of the scissors. Because beveled edge scissors have more space between the blades, they can cut hair quickly.

T3 7" Three Ring Handle Bevel Edge 

This means that it is particularly effective when it is necessary to dilute a thicker layer.

You should also invest in a pair of straight line scissors.

These should not be used to cut larger pieces of skin but should be used to clean the areas around the paws, the face and even the ears and tail of the dog.

They are also useful for removing stubborn knots. Remember that using incorrect scissors for a breed or type of fur can cause serious damage to the scissors.

Finally, you will also need a pair of rounded and specialized blender grooming scissors. This type of grooming scissors helps you handle more curly and complicated layers, like those of a poodle.

They can also help cut a dog's hair around the nose. Because rounded pet grooming scissors are designed to get the details, they are especially appreciated by grooming who prepare dogs for shows and competitions.

What to look for in the best pet grooming shears

Something that unites all the dog grooming scissors for better qualified dogs?

They are comfortable and light to hold for the dog groomer. This means that you should be aware of the scissors that have large rings, especially since you will have to adjust your hands at sometimes strange angles.

Remember that shorter scissors are the best dog cutters for small dogs, while longer scissors should generally be reserved for larger breeds.

Also, take a look at the opportunity offered by the scissors to adjust the tension. This allows you to open the scissors more widely, which is useful for more complicated hands.

Above all, remember that your grooming shears are an investment in your business. Do not buy by price. Instead, buy resistant, well-reviewed and reliable shears. This will eventually save you money in the long run.


Conclusion

We hope this publication has helped you better understand what you should be careful when it comes to professional grooming scissors. Remember that in addition to finding the best dog grooming shears for your needs, you should also make sure to take care of them.

Of course, we know that finding the right tools is only a small part of your grooming business. You will also need to be able to manage appointments, find ways to increase your income, keep track of your equipment and much more!

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