Pet Product Innovations, LLC Announces the Introduction of Zen Clipper - A Revolutionary New Cat Nail Clipper

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Zen Clipper is a worldwide patent-pending cat nail clipper being introduced at the Global Pet Expo in Orlando, FL on March 12th.

Makes clipping your cat's nails an easy and painless process.

Pet Product Innovations, LLC of Des Plaines, IL announces the Zen Clipper, a revolutionary new cat nail clipper. Zen Clipper features a worldwide patent-pending conical blade that only allows a predetermined amount of the cat's nail to be clipped, dramatically reducing the possibility that the "quick" in the nail will be cut, injuring the cat.

Trimming a cat’s nails is a necessary part of routine pet healthcare and grooming. Excessively long nails can make walking very uncomfortable for a precious feline and can cause pain and soreness to their pads and paws, perhaps even running up the entire length of the legs. Longer nails also tend to leave marks on hardwood floors and furniture, leading many pet owners to insist that their cats go through the brutally inhumane process of declawing.

Zen Clippers is a much more feline-friendly solution. The claws of a cat are the only defense that our feline companions have against other animals or assailants. Even if a cat is an inside pet, a declawed pet has no way of protecting themselves if they are accidentally found outside in the wide open world of other cats, dogs, squirrels, and other vicious predators.

But clipping our cat’s nails can often be a scary thing. No pet owner wants to inflict pain on their pets by cutting to close to the quick. Cut too close to the quick and the pet will feel extreme and instant pain.

The Zen Clipper has a worldwide patent-pending conical shape design that actually guides the nail through the clipping device safely and comfortably, stopping well before the quick. It gently holds all sides around the circumference of the nail as it is being cut. There is no twisting, no pulling, and no distortion of the cat’s toes, so the pet feels little or no discomfort during the entire clipping process.

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