Ryan's Pet Supplies carries the highest quality grooming supplies made by brands you trust, including Andis blades, blades for Oster clippers, and Wahl dog clipper blades. Find coarse, diamond, fine, cutter, blocking, adjustable, top and bottom blades, dog grooming clipper blade sets, blade kits, and more.
You can always "Rely on Ryan's"™ for all of your pet and dog grooming blade needs. Ryan's in-house brand of Value Groom affordable grooming blades are designed to create quality styles for your pet, offering great savings with a clean cut.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some of the questions we get asked most often and their answers. Click on the question below to view the answer.
▼ What blades do I need for dog grooming?
For a starter grooming kit, it is best to have a 4F, 5F, 7F, 10, 15 and 30 blades. These are the most common sizes that are needed in a beginner grooming kit and generally, are used on a daily basis. The 4,5,7 blades give the option of a variety of lengths from longest to short but not bald. The 10 blade is ideal for sanitary clipping and the 15 and 30 lengths are typically used in a surgical setting or underneath attachment combs.
▼ What blade do groomers use for a puppy cut?
A “puppy cut” can be different depending on what dog you groom. To most, it means one length all over. For some groomers, a Puppy Cut can mean a 4F blade, for others it can mean using attachment combs. It depends on the look the owner wants to achieve.
▼ What is a 30 blade used for in grooming?
A 30 blade is typically used for setting the length under an attachment comb, it also can be used for close cut preparation in a veterinary setting. It is not recommended to use a #30 blade directly on the skin for basic grooming. This can cause irritation if not used properly.
▼ What is the best blade to use on a matted dog?
Depending on the severity of the matting, it is best to use blades ranging from 5F, 7F, or 10 for extreme cases of matting.Using these lengths ensures that the blade will safely clip underneath the matts reducing the risks of injuries to the skin or snagging the hair.