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PediPaws Pet Nail Trimmer

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  • Revolutionary no-mess, no-pain nail trimmer for both dogs and cats
  • Precision emery filing wheel gently removes thin layers of nail
  • Appropriate for dogs and cats of any age or size
  • Unique protective cap contains clipped filings to prevent mess
  • Requires 2 C batteries (sold separately)
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PediPaws Pet Nail Trimmer + PediPaws Replacement Filing Heads - As Seen on TV + 20 Pack Emery Board Wheels Refill for Pedipaws® Pet Nail Trimmer System
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 2 x 11 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001FMHZSC
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  • Item model number: 3269-6
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (822 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #981 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

PediPaws is the revolutionary nail trimmer for your dog or cat. It’s the newest and fastest way to keep your pet’s nails trim rounded and smooth with no mess! Now you can easily trim your pet’s nails anywhere without the pain caused by traditional nail clippers. The secret is PediPaws precision emery filing wheel that gently removes thin layers of nail to leave your pet’s paws touchably soft and your home safe from scratches. The unique protective cap allows only the perfect amount of nail to be removed and contains all the filings so there’s no mess! Start treating your pet like one of the family. You and your pet will love PediPaws!


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Customer Reviews

Motor is not very strong- grinding head will stop if too much pressure is applied.
Ellen Anglin
I have tried to run it and let them get used to the sound but as soon as I get it near them they are terrified and start squirming and trying to get away.
Branflakes
I would recommend just taking your dog to your vet, or groomer and have them trim the dogs nails.
austin.stapp

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

821 of 850 people found the following review helpful By S. E. McHone on October 10, 2008
Before you can actually use this product you first must accustom your pet to the PediPaws. Unless he or she is in a coma, your pet will absolutely despise the sound and vibration of it. Don't let that deter you! As the caring, dedicated pet owner that you are, you will persevere!

After one very long week, I learned that Sophie the dog is more patient than stubborn, and grudgingly learned to "put up" with the tool. However, Fuzzy the cat refused to do the same--he saw no need to suffer fools gladly.

The experience revealed two major drawbacks with the PediPaws: It files the nail in miniscule amounts at a time and can only be used in bursts of 7 seconds or so. (If used longer, the heat generated through friction could injure your pet.) If your dog's nails are overlong, this project could take you days---maybe weeks. Even if the nails were recently trimmed, you will have to constantly file them to maintain that length.

If you and your pet are extraordinarily patient, you would probably not even worry about purchasing this product, but you might enjoy the challenge of using it nonetheless. If you find it hard to resist a new gadget or power tool, I recommend buying the complete Dremel Drill Tool Set. That way, when you abandon using it to file nails, you will be able to find less dubious uses for it.

As for myself, I intend to keep it and, during evenings while watching TV, I will file my own nails. It is my hope that its sound, vibration and heat will remind me to never again purchase anything that is: "As Seen On TV."
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176 of 184 people found the following review helpful By bsblurr on October 7, 2008
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I was excited when my pedipaws arrived, my dog hates having her nails trimmed and keeping her still is a chore. I acclimated my dog just like the instructions say, and she did okay but the pedipaws didnt. It's basically a grinder so you would think its easy, but the thing only has one speed, a safety guard that blocks your view, and is bulky and awkward. I managed to grind down my dogs nails, but not smoothe them well. I do not expect everyone to have the same experience that I have, but I still would not reccomend this product.
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183 of 196 people found the following review helpful By BAF on November 20, 2008
I am a professional dog groomer, and we hear SO many complaints about this tool, and have gained so many new nail grinding clients since it's introduction. It doesn't have good battery life, and isn't tough enough for a large dog's nails.

The Dremel MiniMite is a MUCH better investment, because it actually has enough power for larger dog's toenails. It is light weight, not too noisy, easy to control. I've only had two dogs in the past month (out of a couple hundred) that objected to it too badly to finish the job.

Dremel 750-02 Minimite 13,000 RPM 2 Speed 4.8-Volt Cordless Rotary Tool

It doesn't have a guard, but just do a swipe at a time until you figure out how much it'll take off. If youre not sure how to do this, google "toenail grinding" and you'll be able to figure it out pretty quick.

It is still possible to quick dogs with these tools, and if you press and hold them, the heat caused by the friction does become uncomfortable.

For really long nails, it's best to trim off the excess with a regular nail trimmer, and then after that you can upkeep them without trimming, just the grinding.
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54 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Tani K. Ellis on October 13, 2008
My dog 60lbs hates the sound. This product also took a very long time to use. Pressure on the sanding stick cause the sanding to stop. This product was pretty much useless to me and a waste of time and money.
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67 of 81 people found the following review helpful By L. A. Alderman on October 4, 2008
I was a little unsure about this purchase since most "seen on tv" products are cheap and don't work. BUT I love this! It worked on my 50 lb dog and my little 15 lb dog. My little dog is scared to death of noises, but she wasn't bothered at all. They both actually liked getting this done. I was in shock! It trimmed their nails perfectly. I give this product 2 paws up!
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By ExPatInAsia on November 5, 2008
I have a wonderful german/collie/lab mix named Timmy that easily weighs 90 pounds or more. Timmy hated it when my dad cut his nails. For the first time, I did it last night with standard $5 dog-nail cutters. He was pretty good, but obviously nervous and I think thrilled that I didn't hurt him. I thought the nails were still too sharp and maybe still too long, but I didn't want to hurt Timmy. So I was at Bed Bath and Beyond today with a $10 off a $30 purchase and used it to buy this and batteries (not included). I just used it on Timmy, following the suggestions of introducing the tool to him except I did it all within a couple minutes, rather than days. I kept the orange top on and kept it on OFF and used it like a brush all over Timmy's fur, which he liked and let him sniff it, then I turned it on and he continued to sniff it and I made a big, excited deal about playing with it. Then I laid Timmy down on the ground like I did last night when I cut his nails and rubbed his belly, then I put one leg over his body and held one paw with my left hand (like I do when I cut his nails with regular clippers) and used the tool with my right hand. Man, TImmy was nervous at first, flinching when it made the noise as it touched his nails, but then he realized it didn't hurt and he just sat there and seemed to enjoy it! I made a big deal about how great he handled it and gave him a dog biscuit. I think this thing is fabulous. No pain for him, no worries for me, and neither Timmy or I will be dreading the next time his nails need to be cut.Read more ›
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