Best Grooming Scissors for Pomeranian, Shih Tzu & Other Dog Breeds

If you’re a dog owner like me (I have a Keeshond, by the way), then you know just how important it is to have access to a great pair of dog grooming scissors. Sometimes a set is ideal to purchase so that you have choices but for many breeds you need to make sure that this includes at least some quality dog grooming thinning scissors so that you have more options for long haired dogs.

There’s nothing worse than trying to manage the job with half-blunt blades. This is not good for you or your dog, ouch!

Choosing a high-quality pair, however, is easier said than done. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of reviews, including some thinning shears for dogs, to give you a good reference point as to which brands are top-notch – and which ones are less so.

Read on to see which dog grooming scissors and shears might be right for you and your canine!

A Pomeranian Scissor Trim

Let’s see what type of scissors the groomer in this video has chosen for a scissor trim.

You can actually see a student groomer working with an experienced groomer which means the video abounds with lots of tips.

You can get some great tips on this groomer’s YouTube channel.

Grooming a Shih Tzu with Scissors

The following video demonstrates use of scissors on both a Shih Tzu and a Lhasa.

Hand scissoring works brilliantly for dogs that might be a bit skittish around electric clippers. This groomer shows how to effect that nice natural coat finish when you want to reduce the coat length just a little.

Professional Dog Grooming Scissors for Sale

The ideal kind of grooming scissors set would include a handy zip up pouch or bag to hold thinning shears, regular cutting scissors, curved scissors, comb & in some cases, round tipped scissors for trimming around the eyes. The Trimmer set and scissors set listed at the bottom of this page is a good example.

So let’s check out what is available by way of kits and sets below.