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Andis beSPOKE
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $499.00.Current price is: $484.99.
Driven by our passion for performance and built for grooming creatures big and small, the beSPOKE Centennial Animal Clipper was
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Andis Pulse ZR® II Limited Edition Wild Clipper
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $499.99.Current price is: $432.00.
Unleash your WILD side with the limited-edition Pulse ZR II Clipper in collaboration with Gabriel Feitosa! What’s Included: Charger Stand
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Andis Pulse ZR® II 5-Speed Clipper (Vet Pack, #40SS)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $382.99.Current price is: $325.00.
  • Swappable battery with charging dock
  • Powerful 5-speed motor for all coat types
  • Detachable size 40SS CeramicEdge® blade

Redefinition is the name of your game. Discover new, unconventional styling with a clipper that was once considered impossible.

What’s Included:

  • Blade Oil
  • Charger Stand
  • Additional Blade Drive
  • Hard Case
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Andis Li 5 Cord/Cordless Clipper (Blue, Adjustable)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $187.99.Current price is: $158.99.
  • Adjustable 5-in-1 clipper blade
  • Works with cord and cordless
  • Consistent single-speed motor
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Andis Vida® Cordless Clipper (Green, Adjustable)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $175.99.Current price is: $149.00.
  • Gold-coated, adjustable clipper blade
  • Charging dock and USB-C plugin
  • Consistent single-speed motor
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Andis Vida® Cordless Clipper (Raspberry, Adjustable)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $175.99.Current price is: $149.00.
  • Gold-coated, adjustable clipper blade
  • Charging dock and USB-C plugin
  • Consistent single-speed motor
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Andis Pulse ZR® II 5-Speed Clipper (Flora, #10)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $382.99.Current price is: $325.00.
  • Swappable battery with charging dock
  • Powerful 5-speed motor for all coat types
  • Detachable size 10 CeramicEdge® blade
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Andis Pulse ZR® II 5-Speed Clipper (Black, #10)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $382.99.Current price is: $325.00.
  • Swappable battery with charging dock
  • Powerful 5-speed motor for all coat types
  • Detachable size 10 CeramicEdge® blade
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Andis UltraEdge® AGC® Super 2-Speed Clipper (Blue, #10)
Dog Grooming Clipper

Original price was: $205.99.Current price is: $175.00.
  • Powerful 2-speed motor for all coat types
  • Heavy duty, 14-foot power cord
  • Detachable size 10 UltraEdge® blade
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Andis CeramicEdge® Detachable Blade, Size 4FC
Dog Grooming Blade

Original price was: $40.00.Current price is: $35.50.
Packaging Specs Length4.60 in Width3.70 in Weight0.2 lbs
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Andis CeramicEdge® Detachable Blade, Size 5FC
Dog Grooming Blade

Original price was: $32.65.Current price is: $27.76.
Packaging Specs Length4.60 in Width3.70 in Depth0.68 in Weight0.2 lbs
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Andis CeramicEdge® Detachable Blade, Size 7FC
Dog Grooming Blade

Original price was: $29.76.Current price is: $25.30.
Packaging Specs Length4.60 in Width3.70 in Depth0.68 in Weight0.2 lbs
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Dog Grooming Clippers and Blades

Part of dog ownership is coat maintenance. Whether a dog has a short, smooth coat or luscious locks, you will spend at least some time making sure they look their best. Even hairless breeds need to be cleaned, moisturized, and yes, occasionally clipped, as they all have at least a little hair—and often in delicate areas.

If you want a dog to look their best and avoid angry pet parents, a good set of dog grooming clippers and blades are an absolute must. Longer hairs around the face, ears, paws and tail are a magnet for dirt, food residue and excretions. Unfortunately these are the areas that dogs are often very sensitive about, preferring not to be handled.

Training Your Dog For Regular Grooming

Careful desensitization is the first step to successfully learning to groom a dog yourself. Teach the dog that it is fine and even pleasant for you to handle his paws, tail, and face.

But in order to achieve full success in trimming these parts of the dog’s coat, you will need to have consistently pleasant experiences with actual clippers. If the clippers happen to nip the dog early in the training process he will certainly resist more, becoming fearful and less cooperative for subsequent attempts.

How can you ensure that you don’t traumatize a pet while clipping their hair?

Good Clippers: The Secret to Dog Grooming Success

A good pair of dog grooming clippers should be a true joy to use. Add perfectly sharp and well maintained blades and you and the pet will have a wonderful grooming experience.

Low quality clippers will be noisier and have a less smooth action, leading to scarier grooming experiences. Their blades will become dull quicker, which makes the grooming process much slower and less precise and can also contribute to pinching.

On the other hand, a quality pair of clippers will have a reliable motor, smooth action, and a soothing and quiet tone that the dog may even learn to find relaxing.

Sharp Blades Are Paramount

Clipper maintenance is crucial for the continued performance of your investment in dog grooming success. Quality blades will stay sharp for many uses, and if properly lubricated will continued functioning for a long time. Don’t underestimate the importance of getting top-of-the-line clippers and blades for all your dog grooming needs.

Dull blades will take several passes over the same area to catch all the hairs. As the hairs are pulled and rolled through the teeth of the blades they will also tend to tent the dog’s skin, which can lead to painful pinching.

Spare yourself and your dog the aggravation and pain by simply getting quality equipment from a reputable brand. Equip yourself with dog grooming clippers and blades and confidently undertake the task of making a dog look his best—while also building more trust into your grooming relationship.

Frequently Asked Questions

What clippers do dog groomers recommend?

Many dog groomers recommend Andis beSPOKE clippers. They are a joy to use, featuring effortless trimming, long run time and ergonomic design.

What to look for when buying dog clippers?

When buying dog clippers, check reviews regarding battery life, ergonomic design, and durable blades. Find out if the motor is adequate to work on thick hair for extended periods of time. And if your dog tends to be nervous, look for quieter clippers that won’t be as disturbing for the pet you are grooming.

Are corded dog clippers better than cordless?

While corded dog clippers allow a virtually unlimited grooming time (unless the motor overheats, which is a possibility), they are much more cumbersome and even dangerous if you or the dog accidentally step on the cord and cause the clippers to slip. A quality cordless clipper with great battery life has many advantages.

What blades do dog groomers use?

Dog groomers use different blades for different tasks. Blades are numbered to show the length to which they cut, with lower numbers indicating a longer cut; so a 5 would be used to leave plenty of hair, allowing more precise styling with shears, while a 40 is used to make an extremely close shave. Most importantly, choose quality blades that stay sharp and don’t rust.