Whether you have just one dog or cat, or you’re a professional dog groomer, you know how important it is to keep your pet clean and groomed.
Why Using the Right Dog Clipper Blades is Important
With the right grooming habits, you can keep shedding under control, untangle hair, prevent and control skin conditions, and more. Revival® Animal Health offers numerous pet grooming clipper blades from Andis®, Oster® and Wahl® – everything you need to keep your dog or cat looking their best!
Keep in mind, when it comes to pet grooming clipper blade size; the higher the number of the blade, the shorter and finer the cut. The blade number will determine the type of cut you get. So for example, a 50 blade is at the skin, where as a 3 blade leaves the fur longer.
How Do I Keep My Dog Clippers From Getting Hot
You’ll always want to make sure you are using a cool running blade. And even with cool running blades, it’s always a good idea while grooming, no matter what blade you’re using to touch the blade to your wrist often to make sure it’s not getting too hot. If it’s hot on your skin, it is hot on the dog too. When you have a warm blade, use Andis®Cool Care Plus® or Oster®Kool Lube Spray often to avoid irritating the pet’s skin.
This dog grooming blades chart below will help you find the best blades for dog grooming for each breed.
Dog Clipper Blade Sizes Chart
Dog Grooming Hair Length Chart
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How to Put Blades on Dog Clippers
Putting blades on dog clippers varies depending on the hair clipper brand, as well as the clipper and blade type you are using. Some blades screw on while others snap on. It’s best to read the instructions included with your clipper and blade.
If you need help with choosing blades for grooming dogs, call us at 800.786.4751.
Pet Grooming Tips & Tricks
What is the correct way to groom a dog or cat? Learn helpful grooming tips for dogs and tricks for how to make grooming more enjoyable for you and your pet.
How to Keep Your Pet’s Skin and Coat Healthy
How can I improve my dog's hair coat? Does my cat need skin care? Skin problems are a common reason why people bring their pets to the vet. Keep your pet's skin and coat healthy by following these easy steps.
Vet Minute: The Importance of Dental and Skin Care for Breeding Stud Dogs
Why are healthy teeth and skin so important for a breeding male dog? Learn how poor dental and skincare can impact a breeding stud dog and his mate.
Skin Care for Breeding Females and Stud Dogs
Breeding success starts with proper grooming. A dog skin care routine helps keep breeding dogs free of dermatitis, manage, parasites and other dog skin issues.
Written by: Shelley Hexom
Shelley Hexom is Revival's Content Manager and helps develop educational pet health resources. A three-time Emmy® Award-winning news anchor, Shelley works with Revival's Director of Veterinary Services, Dr. Marty Greer, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, to help create useful and easy-to-understand articles, videos, and webinars. Shelley received her bachelor's degree in Mass Communications from Winona State University in 2002. As a pet owner, Shelley enjoys time with her Boxer mix, Sally. Shelley has been part of the Revival Paw Squad since 2016.