Our heat treated thinning scissors are designed to only remove a small amount of hair with each cut, allowing you to create a much softer, more natural and blended look. With blunted tips and micro serrated edges that grip the fine hair of your pet's coat allowing for easier, more precise cutting - they are more forgiving for a beginner to use.
Keeping your long-haired pet's coat trimmed will keep it looking good, help prevent matting, and keep debris from getting trapped.
Take some time to accustomise your pet to the thinning 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. All scissors have the benefit of 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 thinning scissors to remove bulk from the thicker areas of the coat and soften any harsh lines.
Single thinning scissors take out less hair than double thinning scissors, so choose which type is most suitable for the thickness of your pet's coat.
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 or breaks and rewards help to make the process much easier for everyone.
Our trimming guide has some handy hacks to help you get started.
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