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Last Edited by TattyBear September 5, 2016 at 02:28 PM
On amazon, after code 6OQI4VKT. Shipping is free with Prime.


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Thanks! I've been looking for another way to get my dog to run away from me!
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Fakespot says reviews are BS. Also, I can assure you that this will be useless for dogs unless your dog is the size of a mouse. I tried THIS [amazon.com] more powerful one for my small dog and it is so slow the dog gets too restless long before I've done all four paws. I then switched to using an A/C powered variable Dremel set to 30K rpm. That gets the job done right,
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Last edited by MadPup September 5, 2016 at 02:51 PM
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it's great for my nails. Dogs are scared of it.
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Quote from MadPup View Post :
Fakespot says reviews are BS. Also, I can assure you that this will be useless for dogs unless your dog is the size of a mouse. I tried THIS [amazon.com] more powerful one for my small dog and it is so slow the dog gets too restless long before I've done all four paws. I then switched to using an A/C powered variable Dremel set to 30K rpm. That gets the job done right,
There's a video of a lady using it on her dog you can see what it does..Can't fake a video.

https://www.amazon.com/review/R1S...t-supplies
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Quote from zheisey View Post :
There's a video of a lady using it on her dog you can see what it does..Can't fake a video.

https://www.amazon.com/review/R1S...t-supplies
The video looks genuine, but as you can see it would take FOREVER to grind 1/8" off 20 claws. If you clip first and then just buff with this tool then it will go quicker (assuming your dog will allow you to clip), but even then it will still take ages. Some dogs may be OK with hanging around for 10-15 minutes while you do this, but no way with mine.

As for the reviews, the reviews on the one I linked [amazon.com] to are not as good but at least they seem to be genuine. You'll be better off reading those to get an idea of the problems you can expect, albeit with a more powerful grinder. I'm just trying to save you wasted time and money based on my own experience.
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Last edited by MadPup September 5, 2016 at 08:54 PM
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wish this thing can grind my pet
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dogs and cats will love this item?
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Quote from MadPup View Post :
Fakespot says reviews are BS. Also, I can assure you that this will be useless for dogs unless your dog is the size of a mouse. I tried THIS [amazon.com] more powerful one for my small dog and it is so slow the dog gets too restless long before I've done all four paws. I then switched to using an A/C powered variable Dremel set to 30K rpm. That gets the job done right,
this ^^^^, get a dremel
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This thing will easily pay for itself when your dog wins a prize.
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I use this on my teeth. Haven't had to see a dentist in years!
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There were 2 other brands of grinders just like this one several years ago that were advertised a lot on TV--I can't remember the names of them. They were both discovered to be totally ineffectual. I suspect the same is true of this one.

I used to have a show dog and people who showed used dremels when they wanted to keep their dogs' nails especially short. More expensive, but the only thing that works. They make an attachment for it.
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Quote from hou1960 View Post :
wish this thing can grind my pet
You grind your pet? You can get arrested for that!

Seriously, tho...
The 'diamond' drum on this WILL wear down (think of your diamond nail files) and then it loses efficiency, heats up quickly, and be uncomfortable for the pet. Stick with a Dremel and the drum sanding bands. Replacement bands specifically for nails are cheap (100/$7 @ Amazon) when you buy in bulk and a good abrasive surface is important to less heat and a get-er-done-quick job.
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Last edited by nowlen September 6, 2016 at 06:15 AM
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Best thing to do is buy a dremel, use the fine sandpaper attachment and some small treats, helpful to have two people (one holding and feeding small treats) as you file down on a lower speed.

see above.
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I agree with others, my dog was spooked as soon as I turned it on.
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