I highly recommend the Andis 21420 clipper; I have a c*cka-poo with hair that grows like a weed. It is easy to use and no one would know your pup didn’t just come from the professionals. I made my money back in less than two cuttings at what the professionals charged me. Here are a few tips I have learned; 1, Wash, dry and brush your dog well before you clip him. 2, The blades do get hot, like the directions recommend, periodically turn them off clean the hair out and oil them. By the time you are done they are cool again. 3, A used toothbrush works best to clean the hair out. 4, Make sure the blades are cool when clipping areas around the nose, mouth and belly. 5, Clip the dog on a table; I made a makeshift table in my garage by putting two big Tupperware bins on top of each other. The dog is more comfortable and you are not killing your back. I do not know how the pricier brands can be any better; I would not waste my money.
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