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Millers Forge 16861 Pet Nail Trimmer With Free Replacement Blade 744C
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Millers Forge 16861 Pet Nail Trimmer With Free Replacement Blade 744C
by Millers Forge

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$ 11.49 $ 13.79
Item #: MD-16861
Ship Weight: 0.44 lb
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Pet Nail Trimmer

Millers Forge Pet Nail Trimmer includes free replacement blade. High carbon steel blade is heat treated for extra sharpness and long life. Fast change blade replaces in seconds. Gently and quickly trims pet's nails.

  • Sure Grip Handles
  • Fast change blade - replace in 15 seconds

Pet Nail Trimmer can be used for all companion animals.

Directions:
Hold trimmer with screws facing away from you. Cut nail taking only the tip. Avoid cutting the veins, which are easy to see in translucent nails, but difficult in dark nails. If nail has grown extremely long, cut off a little, then wait a week before trimming again. If you cut into the vein, use enclosed styptic powder.

Blade Replacement:

  1. Hold trimmer upside down, put paperclip or small mail in small hole, squeeze handles together, release and remove blade.
  2. To replace, use either method A or B. Note that honed portion of blade should face the bottom of trimmer.

    A:  Hold upside down. Using index finger and thumb, push spring up against inside of handle. Insert blade until only about 1/4 inch is showing. Release spring and blade should catch.

    B:  Push new blade in until the small holes in blade and trimmer are aligned. Insert nail, paperclip, etc., squeeze handles, should and release. Blade should be in place.

Styptic Powder (sold separately) Directions:
Apply a pinch of styptic powder to the bleeding area, using moderate pressure until bleeding stops. Do not use in deep wounds, body cavities or burns. If bleeding does not stop, consult a veterinarian.

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