Whisker Wishes Veterinarian Grade Pet Clippers Product Review

| January 19, 2016 | 5 Comments

Whisker Wishes Veterinarian Grade Pet Clippers Product Review

Ragdoll Cats Whisker Wishes Cat Nail ClippersYou might recall that we reviewed Whisker Wishes Settee Cat Scratcher a few months back.  Whisker Wishes is a relatively new cat product manufacturer and another one of their launch products were these veterinarian grade pet clippers.

They reached out to me and asked if we would be interested in checking them out – and based on the quality of their cat scratcher, I was definitely interested.

This sort of cat nail clipper is my preferred kind – I don’t worry about cutting a cat’s quick, so I do not need clippers with quick guards.  Similar to guillotine cutters, they operate much like scissors for me, allowing me to move from one nail to the other very quickly.  My cats don’t particularly like it if I take a lot of time clipping their claws.

Whisker Wishes Veterinarian Grade Pet ClippersI have used these a few times on my Ragdoll cats, Charlie and Trigg and then brought them to my sister’s house to film the final review video as she trimmed Ash and Addie’s nails – you can see the videos below.

They are made with a high quality stainless steal blade and designed to be used by a left-handed or right-handed person.  The purple part inside has a little extra grip as well.

I think these are great clippers overall – I had no issues using them, nor did my sister.  They seem to cut very similar to other guillotine clippers that we have, so the cats were used to the way they cut as well.

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We received the Whisker Wishes Pet Clippers for review from the manufacturer and also asked that they pay a small review fee.  Receiving the free product and the review fee did not influence this honest post.

 

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. ABarletta says:

    Good job Amy! Little Addie is such a good girl!! I have always adopted older cats. Never had luck with nail clipping alone. If I tried that towel trick, I would end up wrapped in the towel and the cat would be clipping my nails! I hold the cat firmly in my arms, back feet together tight, then he quickly starts with the back nails. We don’t go nearly as close to the quick as Amy did in this video. Terrified of hurting them. Also, we can’t see the claws with long hair between the toesies.

  2. Patti Johnson says:

    Another great product review, Jenny! I’ve got these on my wish list to purchase in the near future should I ever have to clip Miss Pink Sugarbelle’s nails myself. (Currently, the hubster does all the nail trimming and he uses regular people nail trimmers without issue. Of course, his hands are much steadier than mine!) Plus, Amy did a great job trimming Ash & Addie’s nails. Ash is a bit of a challenge but what a trooper and Amy was so gentle and patient with him. Just awesome to watch their interactions. 🙂 <3

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  3. Teresa Reid says:

    Hi Jenny and Amy!

    Loved the video of Ash and Addie. They are the cutest (and so are you!)kitties ever! Nice clippers too. I have some that are made the same way and work like a pair of scissors. They do the job nicely and with minimal upset from my girls. Great review. ♥♥♥

  4. LesA says:

    Maybe I’m backwards but I always thought the guillotine type were the ones that had a sliding blade that slid down over a fixed ring shaped blade. They work well but seem to be hard to find small enough for little kitty claws.

    I’ve got a pair of scissor type similar to these that also work quite well. Not sure the steel is as good. Might need to replace eventually if they don’t hold an edge.

    For kitties that just won’t lay there try catching them when they’re sound asleep. Sometimes you can be done even before they’re awake enough to know what’s happening. If mine think it’s play time trying to trim claws is hopeless. They want to run instead of laying on my lap.

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