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Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade

Was : $29.90
Price:$14.95
You Save:$14.95(50%)
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade
  • Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade

Super Cheap Dog Store

Sharpened Dog Thinning Shears with Toothed Blade

Was : $29.90
Price:$14.95
You Save:$14.95(50%)
  • Description

★★★★★ 5 Stars (4 reviews)

  • Premium quality thinning shears for thinning out pets' fur and blending shorter and longer fur areas. Provides a professional finishing touch to grooming, leaving the fur looking smooth and natural
  • 28 teeth on the serrated comb blade make this a good general-purpose thinning shear
  • Pre-sharpened to a perfect cutting edge, the surgical stainless steel blades will stay sharp through many hours of use
  • Comfortable molded handles with an extra finger rest ensure an ergonomic grip and comfortable use over long grooming sessions. Can be used either right- or left-handed
  • These scissors come with a 2-year warranty and 100% money-back guarantee

Customer Feedback

★★★★★ Five Stars

I have just started grooming my own dog. I have used straight scissors (not this shear) and while useful in some areas it looks poorly in others sort of chopped. This thinning shear is small, lightweight and very sharp. It produced the very finished look that I was seeking especially on the top of the head where it is very noticeable. While this is my first thinning shear, so I have no others to compare it with, I do not feel the need for any others. It is 7" overall to tip of finger guide, 6" for the shears part and the blades are 2 7/16". In my opinion it is a very good shear. It arrived quickly in a lined envelope and it has a simple flexible plastic sleeve that is convenient for storage.


★★★★★ Five Stars

Easy to use for a beginner like myself. I recently started grooming my dogs myself and had everything I needed, except for these. I was kind of skeptical because I had NO idea how to use them. After a bit of research and lots of you tube videos on how to use them, I figured why not?! I was debating on which ones to get because I had ZERO knowledge on what to even look for. I was going back and forth on these and another pair. I'm glad I made the right choice and purchased these! Again, I'm a rookie and only groom my own dogs so for MY needs, I think they're great! You literally can't mess up the cut and blends edges perfectly! I have a Pomeranian and a Yorkie and only use these sheers around their face to shape the style I want on them. I find it too time consuming to use them on their entire body so I run clippers through their body and give them a fluffy tail and rounded face. Of course, I use them on their dry fur. I would totally recommend them to beginners, like myself, for light, at home grooming.


★★★★★ Five Stars

I ordered these shears after finding out about the magic of thinning shears from YouTube dog grooming tutorials. I've been grooming my dogs myself at home for 6 years. Until now, I've always just used a pair of *gasp* kitchen scissors to trim their hair. I hated how jagged the kitchen scissors made their hair look-- it didn't blend nicely at all. I used these thinning shears on my Pomeranian this week and she looks the best she ever has from a home groom. These shears are easy to use and really let you get a professional finish. They were also much faster to use than a clipper with a guide. It was like shaping a furry topiary!

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★★★★★ Five Stars

I ordered these scissors to thin some of the very thick undercoat on my Goldendoodle puppy, who is always hot. I looked at many thinning shears and one thing I liked about these was that they had fewer teeth than many of the other brands. I figured that would make it easier to cut through her dense fur. They worked exactly as well as I had hoped! They are SHARP - at one point I had to be very careful not to get her loose skin (she'll grow into it!) in the scissors as it was clear they'd cut right through skin as well. So in the "iffy" places, I put a comb in between her skin and the scissors, allowing me to get close to her skin but not be able to accidentally cut the skin (a trick my vet taught me). I highly recommend these scissors. Another thing I liked is that only one side is toothed, the other side of the scissors is straight like a "regular" pair of scissors. I believe this might contribute to their sharpness. The old (human) thinning shears I'd used (years ago) had teeth on both blades, which made for some not-very-easy thinning. If you need a pair of good, yet not expensive thinning shears, these should be definitely seriously considered. I wouldn't hesitate to buy them again.
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