Best kind of ToeNail Clippers???

  
Firefly

Lighting up my- mom's heart....
 
 
Barked: Fri Aug 3, '07 6:47am PST 
Hiya!wave

I have a problem with my toenail clippers. They are a steel pair and have the oval at one end where to slip a nail into the oval and the piece of metal slides and cuts the nail apon pressing. But they leave her nails awful and jagged and I have to take a nail file and "de-sharpen" the edges. The nails are short, but ten-times sharper. And this pair is begining to get old, and I want a new pair.

I need your advice:

What pair of toenail clippers do you use? What brand?How much were they? Where did you get them?

All info is appreciated!cheer
Howie

Howie- Sneeky as I can- be.
 
 
Barked: Thu May 15, '08 4:31pm PST 
A good pair would be a "scissors kind" Anice new pair is always sharp.(Still may have to file a little unless you learn to widdle them) Any pet store should have them. Good luck
♥Seri- ousSamIAm&he- arts;

Happy as a clam- Sam!!!
 
 
Barked: Tue Nov 18, '08 9:08pm PST 
My mom uses "Peticure" on me and my foster brother. No pain, no pinching. I fall asleep when mommy does it. It is on sale for $14.99 at peticure.com for Christmas. MOM paid$29.99. It is very worth and mom tells everyone.