In our view these are the 4 best dog trimmers available on the market today. In board terms the more expensive models are based on more sophisticated battery technology. You’ll see there are slight differences in the height adjustment of the blades and of course the ergonomics of each machine. We’re often asked if a groomer needs a trimmer as well as a clipper – and the honest answer is no, they are not absolutely necessary. However, they’ve become very popular and are now generally considered to be a good tool to have – why:
(1) They’re lightweight and very manoeuvrable – so they are great to use when clipping around the undercarriage and bum area and are ideal for trimming out pads and ear tips
(2) They all offer quick blade height adjustment – so they are much quicker to use than switching around between conventional dog clipper blades
(3) They give you clipper a rest! IT’s no bad idea to switch to a trimmer and let your clipper take a breather and cool down a bit!
As ever, if you need help or advice on choosing a dog trimmer we are always very happy to help. Eventually if you need spare parts, replacement blades or just a simple service we are always just a phone call away.

Cordless Trimmers

Here below are the best professional cordless trimmers from Mastercut, Andis, Oster and Wahl.  Although other models exist, our experts have carefully selected these, based on their features, performance and value for money.

Trimmer Blades

Does your cordless trimmer need a replacement blade? Here are the most popular options from Mastercut, Andis, Oster and Wahl.