PetZoom Nail Groom Dog Nail File
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- Gently removes thin layers of nail
- Painless, easy way to care for pets nails
- Will not damage or break nails
- Safe enough for a kitten, strong enough for a dog
- Shaving collect for no mess
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|Dimensions||1 inches x 5.5 inches x 1.5 inches||0.98 inches x 3.15 inches x 1.69 inches||9.45 inches x 2.17 inches x 5.12 inches||11 inches x 5 inches x 2 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.6 pounds||1.15 pounds||0.75 pounds||0.25 pounds|
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Some of her nails were pretty out of control and the PetZoom Nail Groom wasn't powerful enough to really take down the worst of them. The ones that needed less work we were able to file down to a reasonable length.
The best part is that while she still hates having her nails done, she seems to hate this method less. When using the clippers, she would move her feet and sometimes push her nail farther into the clippers so we couldn't even make minor cuts without worrying about clipping the quick. Now if she pushes her nail farther into the file we know we won't accidentally clip half her nail off.
I think this product will work best if we get her groomed so her nails are trimmed well by a professional then we can use the Nail Groom to maintain them at a reasonable length.
The motor was surprisingly quiet (though of course the dog could hear it). It takes 2 AA batteries and is easy to handle. If you're looking to test your dog's reaction to a motorized file, I'd recommend this one. You can always purchase a more expensive (high quality?) one later if your dog adapts well to the method.
My one concern is that the grinder will wear and need to be replaced. But even if I have to replace the whole impliment it is well worth it.
Thank you, Amazon.com!
I also own the Pedipaws nail Trimmer but that device is eating batteries and breaks down - I am already on my third one. This PetZoom seems to hold its strength better on the two batteries it needs. It looks like this device has a smaller rotating apparatus and will keep its power up better than the Pedipaws (which needs C batteries and a lot).
The only thing is that this is more a machine to keep the nails up with. (almost like filing your own nails weekly - at least). It is not strong enough to let go of the nails and than catch up. You will need something more powerful.
I found Pet Zoom on Amazon in July 2011 and have been using it ever since. I really can't believe Pet Zoom works as fantastically as it does. He still fights me, but that's only because he doesn't like his paws being messed with. Once I get him to calm down, I can file his nails just fine. Pet Zoom really does a great job to not only shorten the nail (by a reasonable amount given that it is a nail file and not a nail clipper) and round the tip so that it's smooth and doesn't have any jagged edges to splinter and break off. It's the best thing I've ever used. I have complete control and can easily file the nail from all sides, including tight areas like the dew claws. The biggest hassle is getting the dog to be still. The only time a nail clipper needs to be used is if I fail on my end to maintain his nails with the Pet Zoom on a weekly basis.
The long-winded version:
1. I have a seventeen-pound Yorkie who is a timid dog and a little hand shy. He doesn't like his paws being messed with and it takes some convincing for him to be still while I groom his nails. No, I have not yet used it on a bigger dog so I can't attest to a bigger dogs thicker nail, but knowing how great it has worked so far, I would definitely try it on a Great Dane.
2. My little dog has bad allergies and tends to be itchy throughout the spring and summer months. I live in Houston, so this is basically from March to October. I have to keep his nails trimmed short and filed smooth to help prevent him from breaking the skin when he scratches.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought 9. The first one I opened had little to grind on. Inspectors need to do their jobs.. I have used these for many years and recommended to my clients so I will not let 1... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Allen Kabela
The grinding surface has worn down to the point where it can't cut for s*** in 3-4 uses. And this isn't a big dog with thick nails. She is 4 lbs and has thin nails. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack
The product will not turn on. I never got a chance to try out. The battery compartment is loose when you put the batteries in.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Does NOT work very well. Pedipaws I so much better but it scares both my dogs. Oh well, they are gonna have to get use to it cause this is NOT a alternative.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth B. Johnson
i bought a petzoom nail groom and cannot get it to work the aa batteries do not fit inside of it and the lid won't close so now what .?? defective or just junk ? Read morePublished 3 months ago by janet
My dog prefers this nail groomer to clippers. He is not a fan of getting his nails clipped and this file does the job well.Published 3 months ago by Alane Smith