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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Dobermans nails., July 23, 2008
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This review is from: Dremel 750-02 Minimite 4.8-Volt Two-Speed Cordless Rotary Tool (Tools & Home Improvement)
i got this for the sole purpose of sanding down my dogs nails. He's a doberman, so he has very big nails, and they've gotten quite long due to a "shy" vet tech that wouldn't touch them. She finally told me i should file his nails till we got the quick to move back. Well its not easy find a file big or strong enough for these nails. So i turned to this. After looking at the more expensive ones you see on tv, with the little shield on it, i thought i was gonna have to pay a fortune for one. But i saw this dremel and decided to try it. It stays powered up for the longest time, i've used it for 4 5-10 minute sessions, and am just now recharging. Also its very quiet. The only thing i can think to compare it to, noise wise, would be "personal toys" and this is quieter than most of those. My dog is very flinchy, and doesn't like a lot of things, but he didn't budge when i turned this on. Also the sanding peices it came with seem to be holding up very well. I would buy this again anytime. One thing i would say, is make sure you read how to use one of these on your dog, so you don't hurt them. i read an article by DoberDawn. It was a great help.
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Initial post: Aug 24, 2008, 12:44:18 PM PDT
What a great description of the noise level. Can't get more accurate than that!
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