The Ancol Ergo Nail Clipper is designed to help you trim a cat's claws comfortably and safety.
The clipper has a comfortable non-slip handle and a semi-circular groove in the blade to help you check that the correct amount of claw is being removed.
Cats should be comfortable and relaxed before having their claws trimmed. It is recommended that only the very end of the claw is cut to avoid cutting the quick.
Long nails should be trimmed slightly every few days to encourage the quick to recede naturally.
It is advisable to seek advice from a vet or groomer before trimming a cat's claws for the first time, to gain expertise and be confident that you can trim your cat's claws safely.
The Ergo range for cats has a variety of tools to maintain your cat's coat, skin, and claws.
Ancol Ergo Cat Nail Clipper
Grooming is a wonderful way to bond with your pet, but dogs or cats that are new to grooming should be introduced to it slowly.
Begin grooming sessions when your pet is relaxed.
Give your pet plenty of reassurance and make physical contact with your hands throughout the grooming session.
Pause or end the grooming session if your pet becomes agitated or shows signs of stress.
Keep grooming sessions brief to begin with, and increase the length of the sessions as your pet becomes used to grooming.