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  • The Tib-Bit clipper

    Is a very good thing. I had wanted one for a while and just could never bring myself to spend the $40. I know it isn't much but I hate to waste money on something that isn't going to work. I was afraid it wouldn't be worth it. Not do the job it was suppose to do. After reading a couple of things that Helly said, and the fact that she uses it I figured I'd give it a try. It is just fantastic!!!! I had a new toy poodle to groom this morning and I thought ok here goes nothing and used it to clean her feet. I couldn't believe how much easier it was with that little clipper. I think they were some of the best feet I have done with less work. I love the weight, there is none, at least that's what it felt like to me.
    Thanks Helly for making those few comments you made about this little dream machine.
    "There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."
    Diane

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    I am so glad to hear that. I have been wanting one too but I am too cheap. So, I spent $14 and got a human trimmer. What a waste of money. I will break down and buy one soon.
    If your dog is fat, you are not getting enough exercise!

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    • #3
      love mine too

      I've been using mine for about a year now, and cant believe all the years I went without one

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      • #4
        I LOVE that thing It works so well I can`t work without it

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        • #5
          Where do you find the tib-bit? I work for a vet and he will buy it for me.

          R

          The only tid (b?) bit clipper i see is one for about $14. I've had one similar to that, and it was a piece of junk. Is there a differnt one for $40 that might be of better quality?

          astrordog
          Last edited by astrordog; 01-12-07, 04:43 PM. Reason: another question pertaining to subject

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          • #6
            Yes! The little clippers ARE wonderful for doing feets... I use them, too.

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            • #7
              I had one for a short period of time but stopped using it because it was nicking dogs even when I barely used any pressure with it. I did like the size, weight, and quietness while I was using it, though.

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              • #8
                Would you recommend the tid-bit over the arco mosers or the laube speed feeds? If so, why?
                don't find yourself up a creek without a poodle.

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                • #9
                  you can get the tidbit through ryans or petedge

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                  • #10
                    I love my tid bit! I actually have battery operated clipper similar to the tid bit (can't recall the name of it at the moment it was a freebee with a blade order) as a back up if my tid bit bites the dust.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by furrybestjob View Post
                      Would you recommend the tid-bit over the arco mosers or the laube speed feeds? If so, why?
                      Haven't used either one of them so I can't say. All I can say is I really like the Tib-Bit, wish I had gotten it long ago when I first was looking at them. Sometimes I'm just a slow learner, lol plus I'm very cheap!
                      "There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face."
                      Diane

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                      • #12
                        I have a mini moser that I use. It's great for clean feet on toy poodles and pads on smaller dogs. Is the tid bit clipper better, or pretty much the same? People keep raving about it so I wondered..

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                        • #13
                          Maggy, you might need a new blade. I've noticed mine has a tendency to nick, especially the web between toes, when the blade is starting to get worn. And you can still use it with the combs, even if it's nicking when you use it without one.

                          I like it for puppy faces, or dogs who fuss over the big clippers when you work on their face. Just snap a comb on and go to work. They're usually a lot less fussy because it's so small and quiet.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by pamperedpups View Post
                            Yes! The little clippers ARE wonderful for doing feets... I use them, too.
                            I had a great instructor in school who let us try hers, we all ordered them asap so I was taught using them. I love them
                            "Whoever Said That Money Can't Buy Happiness Forgot About Puppies"
                            Nancy

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by greymom View Post
                              I love my tid bit! I actually have battery operated clipper similar to the tid bit (can't recall the name of it at the moment it was a freebee with a blade order) as a back up if my tid bit bites the dust.
                              Greymom

                              Hello, I have 4 greys. Have had a total of 6. We get the Seniors. Kind of an adictive breed. LOL Do yours dig like moles in the back yard.
                              Also, where did you buy your Tidbit, the only ones I see are $14 not $40. I've bought the cheap ones before and didn't like them

                              Astrordog (Astro was our first Grey)

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