Updated February 01, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

The 9 Best Low Noise Clippers For Dogs

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9. Komondor Heavy Duty

8. Enjoy Pet Kit

7. Ceenwes Heavy Duty

6. Wahl Pro Series

5. Bousnic Cordless

4. Andis ProClip UltraEdge

3. PetTech Grooming Kit

2. Cyrico Professional

1. Wahl Motion

Editor's Notes

January 29, 2019:

Included the Wahl Motion due to the Constant Speed Control technology, which makes it a great option for performing consistent cuts to a dog's face and feet without losing torque when trimming hard-to-reach places. Also added the Cyrico Professional due to its ability to run for up to 4 continuous hours and its built-in alerts for cleaning and oiling. Although it has a very heavy-duty design for a variety of species, the Shears Pro Professional is a good choice for grooming thick coats, thanks to its vented construction. By contrast, yet no less useful, the lack of vents in the Andis ProClip UltraEdge does not affect its ability to remain cool, but will prevent its components from clogging when having to cut through layers of matted fur. Also included the Bousnic Cordless, as it's a good all-around and lightweight option for all coat types. The colored guide combs accompanying the Wahl Pro Series make it easy to determine appropriate hair length. Added the Ceenwes Heavy Duty for its convenient charging dock, LED battery level indicator, and blade adjustment knob. Finally, the Komondor Heavy Duty sets itself apart from standard clipper designs with its compact size and sound-absorbing rosewood handle.


Jeff Newburgh
Last updated on February 01, 2019 by Jeff Newburgh

Jeff is a dedicated writer and communications professional from San Francisco with a bachelor of arts in anthropology from UC Berkeley. He began his career in computer consulting and later branched out into customer service. Jeff focuses on making complex topics easy to understand. With over 10 years' experience in research, his relentless curiosity fuels a love of writing and learning how things work, and has helped to build expertise in categories such as heavy-duty power tools and computer equipment. Jeff's passion for animals affords him a strong understanding of pet products, including dog houses, beds, and grain-free foods. When he's not writing, he prefers spending time with his family and three dogs, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.


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