Coat Scissors - Small

Coat Scissors

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Mikki Coat Scissors offer a perfect way to trim your pet's coat at home. Achieve salon results with these scissors, made from heat-treated stainless steel (which keeps them sharper for longer). The scissors have micro-serrated edges that allows them to grip the fine hair of your pet's coat. This means you can trim easier and more precisely. It is important to keep your long-haired dog's coat trimmed in order to prevent matting, to prevent debris becoming trapped in the fur, and to keep them looking and feeling fabulous. The scisssors feature an ergonomic design to reduce the risk of repetitive strain caused by grooming your pet. Additionally, they have a finger rest for extra comfort and control. These coat scissors are useful for shortening the length of the fur, giving the coat shape, and giving a straight edge to the cut.


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  • Achieve salon results from home.
  • Heat-treated stainless steel means they stay sharper for longer.
  • Micro-serrated edges mean they grip better for a more precise, easier trim.
  • Trimming helps to prevent fur becoming matted and prevents debris becoming trapped in the coat.
  • Ergonomic design to reduce repetitive strain caused by grooming your pet.
  • Finger rest for added comfort and control.
  • Useful for shortening the length of the fur, giving the coat shape, and giving a straight edge to the cut.
  • Get your pet used to the scissors first and make sure your pet is comfy being groomed - this could be after an evening walk or another time they are nice and relaxed.
  • Scissors are quiet which can be helpful in keeping your pet calm.
  • Work slowly and patiently. 
  • Before starting to trim, brush or comb the coat - make sure it's entirely dry and free from knots, tangles, and debris. This will make it more comfortable for your dog. 
  • Trim the detailed areas of the coat (legs, feet, tail, undercarriage) for a perfect finish. 
  • Remember to allow your pet a break every few minutes when you're trimming their fur - or sooner if you sense they are feeling impatient.
  • Breaks and rewards are key to a successful grooming session as sitting still can be challenging. 
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