|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 6 x 10 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||761-03|
|Batteries||4 AA batteries required.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||2 Years|
Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Rotary Tool
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- Cordless pet nail grooming kit; two speeds of 7,000 and 14,000 rpm
- Quick and easy way to trim pet's nails with rotary action
- Lightweight plastic casing (requires 4 AA batteries, not included)
- Includes 5 grinding drums, wrench for changing
- 1 pound; 2-year warranty
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Grinding nails rather than cutting them helps prevent bleeding nail beds, cracked nails, and nicks.
Grooming your pet doesn't have to mean expensive trips to a professional or noisy tools that terrify your pet. Instead, the Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit saves both money and stress by giving you the option of taking care of your pet where he is most comfortable--at home. In fact, with this tool you can grind nails whenever your pet is most relaxed, or quickly groom him a little each day so his nails stay clean and healthy.
Lightweight, Easy-Maneuver Design
Weighing less than one pound, and featuring durable yet lightweight plastic housing, the Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit is easy to handle and hold, even if your pet is squirming. It's also a snap to maneuver, allowing you to access your pet's nails from a variety of different angles. And you'll never have to worry about cords getting in the way or tangling around your dog; the Dremel Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit conveniently takes four "AA" batteries (not included).
Pet and User Friendly
The Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit is both user- and pet-friendly. More efficient than a file, and safer than traditional cutters, it delivers quick, pain-free results. When you first introduce the tool to your pet, simply turning it on and running it for a few minutes gives Champ the chance to get used to the sound. Start with a low speed and trust the rotary action to gently sand nails. And keep in mind that during the first few sessions, you can opt to sand in short bursts, alternating from paw to paw, both to make sure each nail has a chance to cool down and to keep your pet comfortable.
To make the grooming experience as pleasant as possible, the Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit includes five grinding drums as well as a wrench for changing them. It is backed by a two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
6.0-volt alkaline cordless rotary tool, five grinding drums, and wrench.
The Dremel Cordless Pet Nail Grooming kit is quiet, easy to use, and cost-effective.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Some dogs don't like the sound, not a problem for my pups but something you might want to think about. Do not use it on Fluffy until they are comfortable with the sound. You can use lots of treats to encourage proximity if needed. When Fluffy ignores (or better yet investigates) the Dremel your good to go.
2. Have lots of treats handy (I use a high quality, small bite dog food as cheap treats-adjust regular feedings if needed). Treat Fluff often until they get use to the feel.
3. Use low speed and make early sessions short. One paw or so.
4. Sand in short, 1 or 2 second burst to prevent uncomfortable heat build up from the friction and to avoid the possibility of sanding off too much nail (the latter hasn't been a problem for me so far, but I have run into the former and the dog didn't like it).
5. Expect nail dust.
6. On low, accidental sanding of fingers feels funny but doesn't hurt! (Yep I've done it... lots. I haven't needed high speed, so don't know its effect.)
7. Two words: Rechargeable Batteries (Energizer NiMHs Rock)!! I'm not having the battery problems others are complaining about. With two medium sized dogs and several months of twice monthly trims I've only changed the batteries once. If you don't get rechargeable get batteries intended for high power consumption electronics.
The two keys here are that it is a 7.2V Dremel so it is much stronger and better suited for large dogs, and it comes with a rechargeable battery pack so you don't have to replace batteries. Plus, you'll have a real Dremel around the house and you will definitely find other uses for it once you have it. Although the MultiPro may be more expensive initially, you will save money in the long run. Trust me, you'll thank yourself for getting the better tool.
The Dremel seems far better than any of the nail clippers i've tried: i had no worries about accidentally cracking the nail or cutting to the quick. And although the abrasive pad was tough enough to wear down my dog's nails in a matter of minutes, it didn't hurt when i accidentally grazed my hand with it a couple of times.
This model is light, not too noisy, and easy to grip/use. Best of all, it's not outrageously expensive! (Costs about as much as you'd pay two or three nail clippings at a groomer.)
I was so impressed that i'm buying a Dremel of my own tonight. Wish i'd discovered this years ago!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this after trying to clip my dog’s nails myself. Clipping them with a regular clipper was stressful for me. I was always afraid I would cut into the quick. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kimberly S
My dogs are scared of the nail clippers. So it's very difficult to cut their nails. I'm glad to find this pet nail groomer. My dogs are no longer scare of having their nails done. Read morePublished 5 months ago by bemochi
Takes four AA batteries. I ended up switching to a real dremel - more power and less waste.Published 8 months ago by Travis C. Betzold
Okay, but makes the nail very hot when filing. I don't think this is more comfortable for my dog. Ended up donating it.Published 10 months ago by Lindsay Marie Snyder
No matter how I tried this tool my dog would not let me use it for more than a few seconds. Maybe if it had been used when he was a puppy he would have tolerated it, but this... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sheila,RN
dogs hate it run away don't like the noise or feel of itPublished 17 months ago by Pamela A. Mayton