Wahl Electric Multi-cut Pet Grooming Clippers Reviews
Product Type: Wahl dog accessories
Newest Review: ... don't feel there was any fault with the clippers what so ever. I am certain it was our total lack of experience that led to ... more
by - written on 02/08/06 (Very useful, 6039 readings)
Anyone that has read my previous reviews will definitely know by now that I have two gorgeous dogs, a Jack Russell terrier (a big dog in a small dogs body and a Shepard x Labrador. For this review it is Teddy, our Shepard that counts. He certainly isn't traditionally a dog that would be clipped however he has an incredibly dense coat that you cannot really get to the bottom of and also goes swimming four or five times a week, it is probably this that makes his coat seem even thicker - the reasons for which I clipped him will quickly become clear… ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/10, updated on 26/09/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
Having had a set of Wahl Electric Multi-cut Pet Grooming Clippers sometime ago I have to say that whilst they may work well for some people, in our hands they were a complete disaster. Our bearded collie who has the most beautiful fluffy and gorgeous coat thats rather hot in summer, used to go for a trim at the local doggy parlour for a summer 'puppy cut' which she resented rather a lot. We most often bath and then blow dry our dog with a gentle dryer on a low and slightly warm setting, then go for an all over combing, which keeps her long hair looking in tip top shape. However when the warmer weather came around the heavy coat she sported was something that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 265 readings)
I have just used these yesterday on my pet shis tzu and can tell you they are pretty good. We used to take our dogs to the groomers and it would cost around £25 to £30 per dog every time. This was fine but when we were back at home later that day we would find a cut on one of the dogs every time. Once or twice is one thing but it was every single time. The final straw came when our 11 year old Shih Tzu came home with a cut just milimetres away from her eye. Anyone who has seen a Shih Tzu will know that their eyes stick out a lot and it worried me how close it could have been to catching her actual eye. A mistakes a mistake but this was too much. We ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09, updated on 14/02/13 (Very useful, 515 readings)
Introduction: ---------------- Getting my little Yorkie, Mollie, to have her fur clipped professionally would be a nighmare, because she goes bananas every time I attempt taking her anywhere in my car - nothing to do with my driving skills, of course. Her eyes bulge in terror. With mouth agape and tongue curled upwards, she pants as though having just run the marathon. In the end I had to admit that no matter how many times I tried to adjust her to cars, it was not to be, and her health would suffer should I persist. That was the main reason for me keeping her fur trimmed myself with my trusty pair of scissors. Whenever I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/08, updated on 27/05/09 (Very useful, 808 readings)
I have two Springer Spaniels, a young dog and an older bitch that needs grooming regularly. Until six months ago I had to take her to a grooming parlour every three months to get a trim. Just before she went to the parlour she would become very shaggy and tatty indeed. She is also quite fearful of strangers and did not enjoy the experience. The price was around £20 a time and so this was very costly for me. It was for these reasons I decided to buy my own clipper set. I browsed through several catalogues including those selling specialist animal products but in the end I found a set for around £30 in the Argos catalogue. They were the Wahl Multi-Cut Animal ... Read the complete review
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