Cordless Electric Grooming Clippers
The Bobo electric cordless fur trimmer is made from a high strength ceramic and titanium body with a 110-240 volt 3w 8000 rpm motor to trim for up to an hour on a full charge, enough time to give your dog that professional look they need and it runs quiet enough not to scare your pet. Ideal for all dog breeds. An AC adapter is provided as standard, but an additional conversion adapter can be provided for free.
Dimensions: clipper size 6×1 inch
- Rechargeable 8-hour lithium-ion battery
- Two size blades with adjustable level control blade
- Cordless operation with rechargeable battery
- Comes with 1 machine, 2 hair clipper, 1 cleaning brush, 1 charger, and 1 user manual
- Calm them down and burn off extra energy. Take a few minutes to pet the dog to make sure he is not overly stressed or scared
- Always thoroughly brush and/or comb to remove tangles and mats q
- Understand the product difference between a clipper and a trimmer. A clipper is a larger tool designed to cut longer body hair. A trimmer is more of a detail tool that is used for touch-ups.
- Consulting specific breed, size and coat type, use clippers to trim excess fur off the dog’s body, choosing the appropriate clipper guide comb to achieve the desired length. Start with the shoulders and progress towards the tail
- Clip as close to the body as desired, leaving at least a half-inch or more in order to maintain enough protection from the elements
- Clip hair around the paws and tail Inspect the chest to determine if any trimming is needed
- Clip any excess fur that is hanging or isn’t uniform to the rest of the body
- Clip the head and face last, being careful of moving ears, mouth, eyelashes and nose. Choose a clip attachment adhering to your desired fur length. Place the clipper flat against the top of the dog’s head with the blade spokes facing to the rear. Pull the clippers towards the back to push the fur away from the upper brow.
- Clip the muzzle by beginning at the bridge of the nose and pulling clippers downward towards the dog’s mouth
- Clip or trim between the eyes by placing the clipper guide comb or the trimmer flat against the forehead with the blade spokes facing the nose. Progress towards the nose, being extra cautious of potential head movement or jerks in order to remain safely away from the eyes
- Gently wrap your free hand around the dog’s muzzle and point it towards the ceiling. Place the guide comb against the chin, with the spokes facing the throat, and run the clippers towards the throat to trim the underside of the muzzle.
- Hold the ear tip between fingers so that only fur rests above the fingers (no skin) and trim this hair. Repeat along the edges of the ear.
- If necessary, gently trim excess hair in the inside of ears, using a smaller trimmer. Always avoid the ear canal.