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Clippers/trimmer

Discussion in 'Grooming' started by Shelby's mom, Jul 21, 2021.

  1. Shelby's mom

    Shelby's mom Forums Enthusiast

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    So Shelby was back at the vet today for a follow up from her UTI. Well she still has bacteria in her urine so she is now on another antibiotic.

    Anyway our vet wants us to now keep her lady parts and behind trimmed really short. I used to just trim with a scissor but he wants me to keep her even more cleaned up than that she really does have a lot of long thick fur.

    Does anyone have a recommendation as to what clipper/razor might work best and will not break the bank?
     
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  2. Calliesmom

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    go to Walgreens or CVS- in the 'beauty area', there should be rechargeable trimmers that are reasonably priced and will do the job......
     
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  4. Shelby's mom

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  5. Piper's mom

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    I just bought an inexpensive Oster trimmer, no more than $20. It’s not rechargeable so that makes it cheaper
     
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