Mikki Neat & Tidy Coat Scissors for Dogs & Cats
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Mikki Neat & Tidy Coat Scissors for Dogs & Cats are made with you and your pet in mind. Their ergonomic design helps to reduce common strains associated with the repetitive actions required to groom our pets well.
The Mikki heat-treated, stainless steel coat scissors have micro-serrated edges that grip the fine hair of your pet's coat, allowing for easier, more precise cutting. Keeping your long-haired pet's coat trimmed will keep it looking sharp, help prevent matting, and keep debris from getting trapped.
Mikki’s range of scissors is ideal for pets with medium to long coats. Each scissor type performs a different role in grooming your pet: Ear and face Scissors are smaller and have rounded tips, allowing you to trim around your pet's head safely. Thinning Scissors remove bulk and excess weight from the coat; they are more forgiving and allow you to trim without harsh lines. Coat scissors reduce the length of your pet's coat, shape their style, and give a straight edge to the cut.
Mikki Neat & Tidy Coat Scissors for Dogs & Cats is available in the following size:
- 1 x Large Coat Scissors
- Precise micro-serrated cutting blade for great results
- Features a finger rest for extra comfort
- Long-lasting, heat-treated stainless steel blades
Take some time to accustomise your pet to the scissors and ensure you are grooming them at a time when they are content, this could be after a walk or in the evening when they are relaxed. Scissors benefit from being quiet, which can help keep your pet calm as you work slowly and patiently.
Before you begin trimming, brush or comb through the coat, making sure it's completely dry and free from any debris, knots or tangles.
Use the coat scissors to trim the detailed areas of your dog's coat (legs, feet, undercarriage, trousers, tail) for a neat finish into a style you like.
As you learn how to trim your pet's hair, remember to give them a break every few minutes or even sooner if they seem to be getting impatient. Sitting still can be hard for them, so plenty of breaks and rewards help to make the process much easier for everyone.