Straight dog grooming scissors are ideal for:

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Grooming dogs can be very tricky and hard work without a bit of skill, and especially the right tools. What works on humans (scissors, clippers) doesn’t necessarily work on dog hair. They need products made just for them.
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Designed for the cat and dog show exhibiter and home groomer, these pet scissors are ideal for at-home haircuts and touch-ups between salon visits. hot sale Kissaki Dog Grooming Scissors Futsu-Gata 7.0" Curved Blade Dog Shears Pet Scissors
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For many years, Ed Geib studied metallurgy and scissor design. He produced the first and perhaps the best ever high-quality dog grooming scissor. Thirty years of his effort has produced a very successful and sophisticated group of grooming tools that meet the needs of the beginner and advanced groomer world wide. Different types of grooming scissors fit different needs while dog grooming, as well. There are a few main types of dog grooming scissors. The first type, known as straight scissors, are the most commonly used. As their name suggests, straight scissors cut straight edges. Using them can lead to an uneven look if used to cut the entire body of the dog although they’re good for:Dog grooming scissors come in a variety of sizes, styles, and materials. Blade materials are primarily either carbon steel, stainless steel, or high cobalt stainless steel. Carbon steel, the lowest quality of the three, remain at competitive pricing while still offering good quality. They retain a sharp edge, but will rust if left in damp or humid storage, and require some routine care. Stainless steel scissors are the most popular choice because of their forgiving characteristics. Professional use them almost extensively. The highest quality of the three, high cobalt stainless steel scissors, retain their fine cutting edge and provide the smoothest cutting action. Choosing the right material depends on how frequently the scissors will be used.Scissors for dog grooming are available for almost any budget, and your money is likely to go further when you shop on eBay; many sellers offer professional dog grooming scissors at a fraction of their recommended retail price. The better the scissors you buy, the easier you will find it to groom your dog and get the right results.Contradictory to main belief, the length of the blades (regardless of type or material) should be chosen based on the type of coat your dog has. The thicker and longer the coat of your dog, the longer the blades of you scissors should be. Owners of dog grooming scissors should also be diligent about taking good care of their scissors—wipe them after each use with an oil, store them in a dry spot, and take them to get sharpened by a certified establishment on a regular basis. If you choose to buy micro-serration blades, you’ll have to specify to the establishment that you want the serrations added back to the blade once it’s sharpened.Whatever the need, one will need to think about the characteristics of the dog’s coat to determine which scissors is most suitable. In the majority of cases, more than one pair of scissors will be needed to do the job well and ensure safe grooming.