Is your dog a big “scaredy dog”? Is your dog frightened by the noise of traditional grooming shears? Are you tired of paying for expensive professional grooming because your pets will not cooperate when you try to groom them at home? Well here’s the solution!
The award-winning Scaredy Cut® 7-Piece Home Grooming Kit makes home grooming easy. This silent trimming tool is the perfect solution for dogs who fear the noise and vibration of electric clippers. Quality barber scissors are adapted to use a hair clipper’s attachment guide combs, resulting in a quiet, non-vibrating, even cut.
If the noise and vibration of electric clippers frightens your dog, Scaredy Cut is the solution. This
patented tool works silently to give your dog a quick and easy silent home trim – without the hassles.
Your Scaredy Cut kit includes:
- Top quality barber scissors with safe, ball-tipped blades that have been adapted to work with attachable clipping guides
- A set of 6 high quality guide combs that will groom your dog to the most popular lengths
This amazing patented silent home trimming tool is getting high praise from industry experts. In fact, Scaredy Cut received the 2010 EDITOR’S CHOICE AWARD from Pet Product News for it’s innovative design and performance.
There are 6 different guide combs included in your Scaredy Cut kit. Start by selecting the guide comb that will trim your pet’s hair to the length you desire:
- Comb 1 – trims to 0.5 inches
- Comb 2 – trims to 0.6 inches
- Comb 3 – trims to 0.7 inches
- Comb 4 – trims to 0.8 inches
- Comb 5 – trims to 0.9 inches
- Comb 6 – trims to 1 inch
Simply attach the comb to scissors, snap into place and you’re ready to go!
Scaredy Cut is much safer than using unguarded scissors. The guide comb guards the blades so there is no danger of cutting your pet when used correctly. When the scissor is open, the exposed tip is rounded. For safety, work slowly and gently without pulling the fur.
Scaredy Cut is easy to use. Only one hand is needed to operate it, leaving the other hand to handle your dog or to hold locks of hair to be cut.
Start by getting your dog used to the tool so he or she will be more relaxed. With scissors closed, begin by brushing your dog with the comb.
When trimming your dog’s hair, never pull the hair into the comb. This may cause discomfort to your dog. Also, because your dog’s skin is very flexible, pulling the hair may cause the skin to be pulled into the blades as well.
Work against the direction of hair growth. Begin at the tail and work to the head.
Remove large locks of hair by holding them out with your free hand (but do NOT pull on the fur). Make single cuts.
The result of the preliminary cut will be an uneven, choppy surface. This step is only meant to remove the bulk of the hair before evening out the cut.
Next, even out the choppy cut by pulling the guide comb through the hair and making multiple rapid cuts. You may also use a brush to comb up the hair for cutting.
It’s that easy! The result is a smooth, even cut… without the hassles. And your dog will look amazing!