|Item Weight||13.7 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.15 x 1.69 x 0.98 inches|
|Item model number||7300-PT|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Style||Pet grooming kit|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||MiniMite, Charger, battery and 3 accessories|
|Battery Cell Type||NiCAD|
Dremel 7300-PT 4.8V Cordless Pet Dog Nail Grooming & Grinding Tool, Safely & Humanely Trim Pet & Dog Nails,Grey
|Price:||& FREE Shipping. Details & FREE Returns|
|You Save:||$9.49 (21%)|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||3.15 x 1.69 x 0.98 inches|
|Style||Pet grooming kit|
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- Pet nail groomer and grinder - This rotary tool is a pet nail groomer and grinder that offers a safe, effective, less stressful alternative to using clippers on your dogs nails. Material: High Density Plastic. Battery Chemistry: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd).
- Variable speed - Two rotation speeds let you safely and carefully grind the nails of your dog or pet in stages. Battery-powered device uses a 60-grit sanding drum to comfortably trim nails in a manner that is designed to be harmless and humane.
- Lightweight - The lightweight, cordless rotary tool works with two speed settings 6,500 and 13,000 RPM and an array of Dremel sanding drums and bands to give you full control even at the fastest speed.
- Battery - The 7300-PT 4.8V Rotary Tool is backed by a two-year warranty, 3-Hour Battery Charge, and works with a 755-01 4.8V Battery.
- Accessory change - In order to insert the bit into the tool, the user must first unscrew the top in order for the collect to expand, and once the bit is inserted, the user would then tighten the top to secure the bit.
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What’s the difference between the 7300 PT and the 7760 PGK PawControl?
Both Dremel pet grooming tools are easy to use, cordless, & gentle for your pet. The 7300 PT is the original pet grooming tool powered by a Ni-Cd battery, has 2-speed options, & can't be used with the AT01 PGK.
What Dremel battery accessories do you recommend using with the 7300 PT?
Keep a spare batter handy and charged up to avoid nail grooming time interruptions, the 755-01 4.8 Volt Battery Pack is recommend. The 756-01 3-hour battery charger is also recommended.
What Pet Grooming accessories should be used with the 7300 PT?
Choose from #407 1/2-inch 60 Grit Sanding bands with mandrel or #408 for just the replacement sanding bands only.
When should the Pet Grooming accessories be replaced?
Results may vary, but Pet Grooming accessories generally should be replaced when the grit wears down and is no longer as effective at trimming the nail.
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The use of dog nail clippers can be painful for your pet. Dremel simplifies pet grooming for owners and animals with this cordless Pet Nail Rotary Tool. This kit allows you to quickly, easily and safely trim your pet's nails. The rechargeable, battery-powered device uses a 60-grit sanding drum to comfortably trim toenails in a manner that is designed to be harmless and humane. With easy to follow instructions included in the kit, you'll be grooming pet nails in minutes.
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It came in the box with some charge but I highly recommend you charge it fully before using it for the first time so it doesn't die half way through a foot.
If you're overwhelmed by the manual, don't worry, you're not alone. There is one Dremel tool manual that tells you practically nothing about the nail trimming aspect and is more about Dremel tool use in general. Skip that and go straight for the smaller manual that talks specifically about using it to cut your pets nails.
I was very confused as to how to insert the rod that holds the sanding drum into the tool itself and couldn't find anywhere in either manual that specifically discussed how to do it (because the way it comes, the hole is too small). Finally I figured out through some messing around that you hold down the blue button on the front to lock the rod in place, then you can twist the mechanism until the hole widens enough to insert the rod and then twist to tighten again.
The easiest way to do this is to get your pet to lay on their side and I HIGHLY recommend doing this outdoors.
Don't spend more than 3 seconds on each nail at once and don't push or it gets hot and causes irritation to the dog. Just touch the sanding drum to the nail and it will do the work for you. You don't need to push!
Be patient. If your dog won't have anything to do with it on the first try, don't give up! Repeated gentle exposure and treats work wonders! It's totally worth the adjustment/training period!
Last but not least, don't be afraid of it!! If you're afraid of it, your dog will be afraid of it. There is nothing to worry about, trust me! This is such a quick and painless and safe way to cut your dogs nails. I didn't cut a single quick on my first use. This thing will really pay for itself quickly (no pun intended) and If I can do it, you can do it!
I did NOT receive this for free or at a discount! I hope this helps someone else.
I've had my dog Dixie since she was 5 (she is now 11). Ever since I adopted her the poor thing has had, what I like to call, her dragon claws. I have attempted for the past 6 years to get her nails trimmed and keep them short. Needless to say my dogs anxiety about nail trimming has been a constant road block for not only me (with at home trimming) but also over half a dozen groomers and even my vet. At one point my vet prescribed medication to sedate Dixie before nail trimmings; it didn't work.
Just before Christmas I happened to be surfing the pet supply section of Amazon when I came across this magical device. I will say that the first time it was a bit of a fight to get the job done. But with lots of persistence(and loads of treats) we were able to manicure her crazy paws.
The picture reflects her nails after our third session. I would recommend this product any day of the week. Not just because it works so wonderfully but because my dog seems 100000% more comfortable and that means the world to me.
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This wouldn't be a huge problem with a short haired dog but we have a Westie with long hair on his legs. This past weekend we used the product and he pulled his leg away and his hair wrapped around the spinning coil. He immediately pulled his leg away before I could turn the Dremel off and was yelping in pain as it kept spinning and pulling his hair. We ended up having to just yank the thing off him as we couldn't get to the button to turn it off. There was a big chunk of hair we had to pull off with it and obviously our dog was scarred by it all.
In the future we are going to trim the hair off from his paw area with scissors to make sure this doesn't happen again. That is, if he lets us use it again at all. I wouldn't be surprised if he didn't.
I just bought a new one and the battery easily lasts long enough to do 3 dogs complete nails (2 border collies & 1 german shepherd). My last one was 5+ years old (used every 2-3 weeks) and it wasn't holding the charge as well anymore (could only do 2 dogs).
**** The picture are from the FIRST session I did with her nails, it’s not perfect but it’s a LOT BETTER!
1/5 for setting it up- took me a while to figure it out
5/5 for quality of product
5/5 for charge held
5/5 effectiveness on trimming dogs nail
Zero discomfort shown by my dog, wish I had this 5 years ago.
It would be perfect for some one who is uncomfortable with clipping the nails.
Overall I would recommend this product to friends and family.
+ sanding bands, collet, wrench accessories included
- Collet tightened but drum still fall off. I do woodwork hobby so I know this tool is a lemon
- No ON BUTTON, selecting the speed dial is the ON button! The stop button works sometimes, so drill speed spins out of control.
- Most tools are ON only when pressed. This one is opposite to logic! Shavers, electric brushes, drill press: they are on only when you press on. When you let go, it should stop for safety sake. But this dremel drill will keep spinning, heating up even at low 6500 rpm speed, and emit squeaking noise when I pressed the blue stop button trying to manoeuvre the speed
Just a tip, if you have a dog that isn't used to you touching their paws or using a grinder, please take your time to get them used to it. Treats and praise when you turn on the Dremel (without touching their paws yet) just to get them used to the sound, then slowly work up to gently getting them used to the sensation. Also doing it after a long walk or play session also will help!