- Product Dimensions: 17.5 x 7.5 x 3.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 90.7 g
- Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: N10
- ASIN: B07W85ZPL1
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 9 August 2019
- Customer Reviews:
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- #195 in Small Animals
Casfuy Dog Nail Grinder Upgraded - Professional 2-Speed Electric Rechargeable Pet Nail Trimmer Painless Paws Grooming & Smoothing for Small Medium Large Dogs & Cats (Dark Blue)
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- Safe, Effective & Precise Trimming: This dog nail grinder uses an advanced Diamond Bit Grinder to deliver the safest, most comfortable pet claw grinding. Recommended by veterinarians and pet grooming professionals, painlessly and precisely trim your pet's nails anywhere.
- Advanced 2-Speed Switch & 3 Grinding Ports: The trimmer features an adjustable, low-high speed design powerful enough support heavy grinding. And with 3 ports to match small, medium, or large pets, simply choose the appropriate port and speed depending on your pet's size and nail hardness.
- Super Low Noise & Vibration: Many pets get stressed by the sound and vibration of pet nail grinder. However, our electric pet nail grinder uses a superior motor with whisper-quiet technology that produces a very low vibration to keep pets calm and help sand pets claws faster and easier.
- Rechargeable & Portable: The cordless dog grinder is rechargeable and has an indicator light on the bottom that turns on when charging. Each grinder has a built-in battery that lasts 2 hours after a 3-hour charge. The lightweight and ergonomic body design also makes it easier to handle in your right or left hand.
Colour: Dark Blue
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How to use the dog nail grinder?
1. First accustom your dog to the sound of the grinder. Do this by turning on the grinder and offering him some irresistible treats. This way, he can begin associating the sound with a pleasant reward.
2. Make sure dog is in a comfortable position. Carefully place the grinder onto the nail, choosing the appropriately sized port when using a nail guard. And please start with the low speed.
3. Only grind a small amount at a time. Grind across the bottom and then carefully in from the tip of the nail, smoothing rough edges as you go. Rewarding your dog every single time you do one of the steps.
1. The grinder kit includes an USB cable but WITHOUT AN ADAPTER to fit different country's voltage. Easy to charge with your phone adapter/power bank/laptop.
2. To avoid tangling of hair on long-haired breed dogs, push hair away from pe's paw before applying the grinder.
3. Trim dog nail at right angle. Put the electric nail grinder around the 45 oblique, move the grinder to trim the nail around.
4. Remember, only hold the grinder against the nail for a second or two at a time. Press and release in small increments until your dog's nail is shortened.
5. For some small or anxiety dogs, you need to take more patience and more time to accustom the dog to the noise, and use low speed only.
Choosing Casfuy offers you a simple, elegant solution for your dog's ever-growing nails.
The professional pet grooming kit includes:
- Dog Nail Grinder
- User Instructions
- USB Cable(Adapter is not included)
Get this versatile nail grinder for your dog today by clicking "Add to Cart" above now.
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I had to have a lot of patience and not rush. I took a week getting her to trust me touching her feet and get use to seeing the grinder and then later just pretending I was grinding her nails, but with it turned off, all done with treats of course. Then I tried it on low speed one just one nail for 1-2 seconds. She let me and was rewarded a few pieces of shredded cheese. This went on day after day till now I am able to do all her nails grinding off just a small amount on each at low speed. If she started getting uncomfortable at any time I’d just stop and step back a step or two, like turn it off and pretend again till she was comfortable then moved forward again. In the beginning I rewarded her with all positive behavior. Now I can do one foot on high speed and treats, then do two feet if all goes well, then reward. I will get to the point where she will be rewarded really bigly once all her feet are done at one time, then once a week thereafter to keep them short.
My dog weighs 97 lbs is large, so doing things for her takes more time. When I started, her very thick **nails were terribly over grown of course. It’s just a matter of trust. I make her feel as relaxed in the situation as I can and go from there slowly. It may take longer, but the rewards are far better and we’re both happier. Just take your time and it should work for you too.
The grinder itself is very, very quiet as others have stated. I believe if it had been louder than it is, this may have not worked as easily for my dog. Her nails are also big, thick black nails so I can only do with the guard off, but the control is comfortably amazing with this grinder. Compared to a regular Dremel where I could easily slip and rip into the bottom of her paw pads. I am so thrilled with this little gem. It will take longer, but I don’t care. My big girl and I are no longer stressed out by having to have her nails clipped by the vet, and possible injury to her quick's, etc., no drugs needed anymore, plus I’m saving money. Win! Win! My hat’s off to you for this product. Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you!!
**Remember for dark nails: STOP once you start seeing the small white dot in the center of the dog’s nail bottom. When that starts showing, that’s the start of the quick. Going past that is very painful and your dog may not let you try again later.
UPDATE: It’s a couple of months later and everything is still going great and doing my big girl’s nails is a breeze now. She just lays there and lets me do it. I still always make sure to give her a nice treat afterwards.
I found an older video on this page >> https://doberman-chat.com/threads/nail-grinding-video.12892 that shows what the white spot looks like on dark nailed dogs at around 4:05 min. This gal used a dremel back then and as you can see it bounces around quite a bit. With the newer Casfuy grinder, I feel you have a lot more control so it’s safer to not hit their toe pads, etc. In the video her beautiful dogs are really quite calm and use to this procedure. I’m not going to try having my dog lay on her back, as she lays on her side and that works fine for us. I hope actually seeing the video of the white spots on the nails helps you to know better what to look for. I know a few people go passed the white dots, but I’m not taking that chance of ruining the great place we are at now. If I lose her trust and she won’t let me do this anymore, there would be no other good options left for us. I’m definitely not risking it.
Another thing I found out early on when just getting started is to have the grinder wheel spin away from her nail from underneath, not towards, whenever possible. You get less resistance, more control and more comfort for your dog. Also in the video above she made the nails flat instead of more of a 45* degree angle which is what I do (no biggie). I hope all this makes sense to you.
Again for me what worked for me: don’t force your dog, never get angry or upset (stop immediately and try later), don’t rush, take your time and exercise patience (lots). It works!
Instructions were easy to follow and a charger was included.
Since adopting Max, I've made a valiant effort with traditional nail clippers, which led to three instances of Max bleeding stoically all over the kitchen while I cried with a handful of flour. The other alternative has been having his veterinary team cut his nails while he's under anesthesia for surgery (while awake/at a groomer is NOT an option -- he's muzzled at the vet when awake cos he does NOT like being crowded/held), but I definitely can't spend my time waiting around for him to conveniently (?) need more surgery. This trimmer is a godsend! I also registered for the lifetime warranty so let's see how we go with that.